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The Publish or Perish Tool can help you with things like identifying which journals to submit to, how to demonstrate your research impact and help make your case for tenure. It is a good tool for a researcher with few citations.
SJR or Scimago Journal & Country Rank ranks journals by things like who has cited the journal and how many citations the journal’s articles contain
Public Access Compliance
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) requires that researchers submit a copy of their manuscript to PubMed Central (PMC) if the research was federally funded. Here is the NIH site with information on how to make a paper compliant and submit it to PMC. If the journal you submitted to is not listed here, you should follow the steps outlined here.
SHERPA/RoMEO looks at the publishing policies of different journals and whether they allow you to self-archive (i.e., put your paper into an institutional repository provided by your academic library)
SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) helps you build an addendum that you can use to modify your copyright transfer agreements with publishers
How Can I Promote My Publications?
The two key features of your name in publications are consistency and unqiueness. Consistency ensures that people will find every article you have published and uniqueness will differentiate your name from others with similar names.
OCRID gives you a numeric identifier to distinguish your name from other researchers with similar names. ResearcherID provides a similar service.
MyBibliography is a digital bibliography that lists your PubMed publications. It is a required component of biosketches. You can create one using the MyNCBI account feature of PubMed.