Archive for Nov 12, 2012

How Valuable Is PubMed Central’s Early Publication of eLife Content?

What is the likely value of what PubMed Central is providing to eLife by publishing them free online, providing PubMed indexing without delay, and getting them into the market six months early? Continue reading

What PubMed Central’s Drag on Publisher Traffic Could Mean Financially

When you think through all the effects stealing traffic has on online publishing businesses, PubMed Central’s competitive presence looms large — whether you sell subscriptions, ads, or APCs. Continue reading

Google vs. Gallup — How the 2012 Elections Revealed Weakness in Old-School Polling

Polling techniques that changed with the times proved to more accurately predict the outcome of the 2012 elections. The loser? One of the biggest names in polling. Continue reading

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