Boost Engagement with Your Company's Technical Papers
If your company is like most of our sponsors, you spend a lot of time and energy creating technical papers to support your content marketing and awareness programs. Unfortunately, those papers often languish on your website, gathering little engagement.
PaperBoost from EE Journal can dramatically increase the engagement with your company’s technical papers.
PaperBoost takes full advantage of EE Journal’s huge engineering audience and massive social media engagement to drive the maximum number of qualified engineering readers to your papers.
Contact our sales team today and learn how PaperBoost from EE Journal can help you become a content marketing hero at your company.
What You Get
Do you want to bring more attention to your content marketing technical papers? We can help.
Send us your technical papers, and we will harness the power of EE Journal’s huge engineering audience and massive social media following to bring more qualified viewers to your content.
Here’s what you’ll get with PaperBoost: Your boosted papers will be listed as “Featured Papers”:
- on EEJournal.com
- in EE Journal's e-mail newsletters
- on the EE Journal Facebook page
We will also “boost” your papers with appropriate posts on EE Journal social media outlets such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and others.
PaperBoost takes full advantage of EE Journal’s huge engineering audience and massive social media engagement to drive the maximum number of qualified engineering viewers to your technical papers.
What You Give Us
For each paper you want to boost (you can purchase up to 20 boosts per month), just send us:
- The paper title
- a "cover" image - must be:
- at least 400px wide
- square (or near square) aspect ratio
- no more than 20% text (if you think it's close, it's too much)
- a brief description (500 characters or less)
- URL to the landing page on your site where the paper is hosted.
We’ll take care of the rest.
- Make your "cover" image creative and engaging - something that conceptually evokes your topic rather than a literal picture. (Pictures of chips get pretty boring).
- Remember that your cover image will be small in some of the promotions. Choose something that looks good even at a small size.
- Craft a title and abstract that will make the reader want to know more.
- Registration walls are allowed, but our experience shows that you lose 90-99% of your readers by requiring registration before they read your paper. It is usually better to have 10-100x more qualified readers engaged with your content rather than getting 1% of those who click to register.