- — Daniel Nexon (@dhnexon)Sat, Jun 24 2017 15:25:484. But most of us don't have a choice. We need to compete for attention—and crucially for our work—in an increasingly crowded info context
- — Daniel Nexon (@dhnexon)Sat, Jun 24 2017 15:37:259. That is buzz of various kinds—including citation metrics. You're kidding yourself if you don't think your google scholar numbers matter
- — Daniel Nexon (@dhnexon)Sat, Jun 24 2017 15:51:4216. So, no, if you publish they likely won't come. Need to remind people frequently abt the latest article, a piece you wrote on that topic
- — Daniel Nexon (@dhnexon)Sat, Jun 24 2017 15:52:5117. You *cannot* fire and forget when it comes to your work. (nb: this is why referees asking to be cited doesn't bother me like it used to)
- — Daniel Nexon (@dhnexon)Sat, Jun 24 2017 15:56:58@monkeycageblog 20. Tweeting about your blog post and then never touching the issue again? Hope you got lucky with that *one tweet* and guess what?
- — Paul Musgrave🍺🍩💀 (@profmusgrave)Sat, Jun 24 2017 15:58:05Very good inside baseball here. By the way, the democratizing of major MC-style outlets has, predictably, devalued any single pub there... https://twitter.com/dhnexon/status/878633399098978304 …
- — Paul Musgrave🍺🍩💀 (@profmusgrave)Sat, Jun 24 2017 15:58:52...it's really not enough to get to (say) 10k eyeballs at MC or elsewhere. You need a strategy for persistence and a scary ability to
- — Daniel Nexon (@dhnexon)Sat, Jun 24 2017 15:59:01@monkeycageblog 22. Mix and remix with different timelines, but don't use things that "went viral" (in puny academic terms. Hah!) as counter-examples.
Self-Promote? Don't Mind if I Do
Dan Nexon's Epic Tweetstorm and Some Responses
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