Web researchers visiting the ACI Scholarly Blog Index can perform searches in a variety of formats. They can perform keyword searches that connect them to your blog through either your blog's primary focus or those posts within your blog that include relevant content. Web researchers can also search by name, the blog's title, relevant Library of Congress Classifications, and even just an affiliation with an institution (such as where you work or where you attended school). Regardless of how web researchers arrive at your content in ACI, when they select one of your blog posts from their search results page, an abstract, sharing options, and the ability to visit that post will be available on the left-hand side of the page, and your Author Profile will be prominently displayed on the right.
Modified on: Fri, 10 Apr, 2015 at 9:36 PM
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