Get your journal indexed with CiteFactor, the world’s largest listing of research journals

The server provides indexing of major international journals and proceedings. Author can get information about international journal impact factor, proceedings (research papers) and information on upcoming events. All the journal pages have pointers to Web pages of the publishers which are integrated into the CiteFactor stream pages.

CiteFactor, the world's largest listing of research journals, offers individuals the opportunity to index their research journals indexed with their portal. To be recognized across the world as an authoritative and validated source of information with respect to their journals, they need to be widely available. CiteFactor offers the feature of increasing the reach of their archive of journals as broadly as possible, by directing researchers towards articles relevant to them in an organized manner. Thereby, they increase their authority and back their research as a valid source.

CiteFactor's main purpose is to increase the visibility of their archived journals and provide easier and open access to scientific and scholarly journals. By getting your journals indexed and stamped by the authorities at CiteFactor, you are increasing its availability to researchers all over the world, thereby enhancing visibility and access.

CiteFactor has a dedicated, user-friendly and easy to use portal for authors to submit their research journals to its exclusive archives. Apart from submitting their journals, authors also have access to information about their journal impact factor, proceedings and information on upcoming events.

With the largest listing of journals in the world, CiteFactor has over 10,000 (10,084 to be precise) journals in their records, all organized to be found by year, details or keywords. Along with indexing services, CiteFactor allow researchers to request a free of charge impact factor for their journals. CiteFactor services calculate the impact factor (which is a measure of frequency with which an article in the journal has been cited in a particular period of time) based on four important factors. The relative importance of the scientific journal is based on this calculation based on these factors:

  • Quality of publication

  • Manuscript quality

  • Presentational quality

  • Editorial quality

Offering this service for free, CiteFactor is also additionally working on linking publications with all the publications in article or project bibliographies, making it even easier for researchers to gain access to this information.

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