In January we published our article about Academic Search Engine Optimization (ASEO). As expected, feedback varied strongly. Here are some of the opinions on ASEO:
Search engine optimization (SEO) has a golden age in this internet era, but to use it in academic research, it sounds quite strange for me. After reading this publication (pdf) focusing on this issue, my opinion changed.
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ASEO sounds good to me. I think it’s a good idea.
As you have probably guessed from the above criticisms, I thought that the article was a piece of crap.
In my opinion, being interested in how (academic) search engines function and how scientific papers are indexed and, of course, responding to these… well… circumstances of the scientific citing business is just natural.
Check out the following Blogs to read more about it (some in German and Dutch)
For all people who want to have their own opinion… have a look at the original article and tell us what you think.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]