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Started 2nd Jun, 2021

How to make a Journal indexed in Google Scholar ?

We have a Computer Science and Communication Journal in the college (Journal of Computing and Communication ). We target to publish Research articles in all the disciplines of Computer Science and Communication. We plan to publish two issues per year. Can anyone tell me the ways and means to index the Journal in the google Scholar

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4th Jan, 2022
Barlin Olivares
University of Cordoba (Spain)

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4th Jan, 2022
Aref Wazwaz
Dhofar University
Also check please the following very useful link: https://scholar.google.com/intl/en/scholar/publishers.html
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2nd Jun, 2021
Arif Ulah
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
Dr-Diaa Salama i think after published first issue you apply for google index and my Q is that how we apply for ISN number ???
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2nd Jun, 2021
Ahmad M. OS
Higher Institute for Applied Sciences and Technology
Google recommends using Open Journal Systems
You can browse more details in:
3rd Jun, 2021
Abbas Thajeel Alsahlanee
University of Thi-Qar
My dear
A common misconception about Google Scholar is that regardless of the content type or quality, it will index all the content it can access. This is not the case. In contrast, as described in "Academic Search Engine Optimization (ASEO): Optimize Academic Literature for Google Scholar & Co.", Google Scholar is an "invitation-based search engine." This means that "only articles from trusted sources and articles'invited' (cited) by indexed articles are included in the database." Google Scholar stated on its website, "We work with academic information publishers Index peer-reviewed papers, essays, preprints, abstracts, and technical reports from all research disciplines and make them searchable on Google and Google Scholar."
In order for your journal to be included in Google Scholar, the content on your website must first meet two basic conditions:
Mainly composed of journal articles (eg original research articles, technical reports)
Provide free full texts of all articles or abstracts written by the authors (no need for human or search engine robot readers to log in to your website, install specific software, accept any disclaimers, etc.)
From there, your journal website and articles must meet certain technical specifications, which we will outline below. Before we start, let's take a look at some of the specific benefits Google Scholar provides for journals and how to determine whether your article is included in the search engine.
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9th Jun, 2021
Ahmad Abushattal
Al-Hussein Bin Talal University
Google Scholar can boost the worldwide visibility and accessibility of your content. We work with publishers of scholarly information to index peer-reviewed papers, theses, preprints, abstracts, and technical reports from all disciplines of research and make them searchable on Google and Google Scholar.
This section provides policy and technical information for scholarly publishers and societies. Detailed technical inclusion guidelines for webmasters can be found here.
Ref:
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4th Jan, 2022
Madhukar Baburao Deshmukh
Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Journal indexed in Google Scholar is an online process.As soon as the paper is published in Scopus as well as ISI journal, it will apprear in google scholar.
4th Jan, 2022
Aref Wazwaz
Dhofar University
Dear Dr-Diaa Salama . The procedure is :
  1. Checking your HTML or PDF file formats to make sure the text is searchable.
  2. Configuring your website to export bibliographic data in HTML meta tags.
  3. Publishing all articles on separate webpages (i.e. each article should have its own URL)
  4. To have full details see the following link: https://blog.scholasticahq.com/post/why-having-your-journal-indexed-in-google-scholar-matters-more-than-ever-and-steps-to-get-started/
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4th Jan, 2022
Aref Wazwaz
Dhofar University
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4th Jan, 2022
Aref Wazwaz
Dhofar University
Also check please the following very useful link: https://scholar.google.com/intl/en/scholar/publishers.html
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4th Jan, 2022
Barlin Olivares
University of Cordoba (Spain)

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