Increase of H-index

Increase of H-index

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What is the hy-index and what does a scientist need it for?

The Hirsch index (h-index) was created by a scientist Jorge Hirsch in 2005. The index is one of the main indicators in the scientometric sphere which determines the productivity of a researcher. The higher level of citation of his publications, the higher h-index factor is. It shows what materials are most often mentioned in the works of other authors in recent years, the relevance of the topic in a particular field of science as well as the importance of this study. H-index is represented in scientometric databases such as Scopus, Web of Science (the WoS) and the RSCI. 


What is the reason for low h-index?

The main reason for that is poor citation of a scientist's works. The index will be small, even if you published one very interesting article or many, but not very popular among researchers. H-index will be high only if an author publishes a lot of good and demanded articles which are often referred to. 

Indexing indicator for organizations is measured in i-index, which depends on what level of citation have the scientists who work in this company. The more such employees with a high h-index are, the higher is i-index of publication activity of organizations,

country and journals.


What should one do to increase the citation of articles?

  • - constantly publish one's scientific materials in the periodicals included in the international databases such as Scopus, Web of Science (the WoS) and the RSCI; Only high-quality and original works will be recognized by professionals in the field you specialize in. promote the articles and provide links to them and to one's previous materials. publish one's materials in top-rated journals;
  • publish one's works in collaboration with other scientists who are already in demand in your field, and you are just starting your research activity. Our company offers the service of co-authorship. We help find the scientists for general scientific activity;
  • communicate and establish links with other scientists so that there should be a constant exchange of links to original and demanded works. Send them mentions on one's new publication;
  • double-check the accuracy of the data in one's profile so that there are no errors. Observe personally the indexing of one's research;
  • seriously choose key words in your material. They will actively involve other authors in the work. 

As you can see, the whole process of increasing the Hirsch Index takes a very long time and requires fulfilling a number of strict requirements for formatting and promotion of a research work. And this is only a small part of tips how to increase the citation. Otherwise, the work will be in less demand that will slow down the professional growth of a scientist.


We also offer assistance in increasing the number of your works. Having ordered the service of publication in Scopus, publication in Web of Science, publication in the RSCI, and publication in the HAC, our specialists prepare your article in the way that it is properly formatted and guaranteedly will be peer reviewed in the journals of these databases. The work, which will be verified by our editors, will definitely be peer reviewed and will increase indexing and citation. At the first stage of cooperation with us, we audit the article. If required, we provide academic translation into any language and verify the text for uniqueness / plagiarism.

Scientific Publications-Publ.Science Company is ready to take over all painstaking processes and help increase h-index. Order the service of h-index increase on the website, and our professional editors will ensure the growth of indexing of your articles and citation of the study. Contact our specialist on the website, and he will help solve all the issues.

Our team has many years of experience of cooperation with scientific organizations, international journals and publishing houses. A wide range of services, we provide allows us to guarantee a scientist a successful publication indexed in the largest scientific databases. ​​​​​​​

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