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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Is it free to publish on PublishResearch.com?
  2. What are the benefits of publishing my work on PublishResearch.com?
  3. Who can publish on PublishResearch.com? Do I have to work for a University?
  4. Can I publish work that I wrote years ago?
  5. Can I publish on PublishResearch.com and submit my work to other publishers too?
  6. Can I publish my dissertation on PublishResearch.com?
  7. What format is required to publish my work?
  8. What is the maximum file size that can be uploaded?
  9. Can I use this website to publicise my business or that of my employer?
  10. Why aren’t publications peer reviewed?
  11. I feel offended by some material that has been published, what shall I do?
  12. When I click to download a document nothing happens, why?

Is it free to publish on Publish Research.com?
YES. Both publishing and reading are absolutely FREE. In order to publish or make comments you will need to register (which is free).

What are the benefits of publishing my work on PublishResearch.com?
By publishing on PublishResearch.com you will gain worldwide exposure for your work on a site dedicated to research and knowledge sharing. Whilst most sites will only make abstracts available for reading, at PublishResearch.com readers will have access to the full publication for FREE. Your work will have the opportunity to be noticed by other publishers, universities, employers and conference organisers. Publishing on PublishResearch.com will enrich your CV and enhance your profile.

Who can publish on PublishResearch.com? Do I have to work for a University?
Anybody who is the rightful copyright holder of original (ie. not plagiarised) written work can publish on this website, regardless of whether or not they currently work in a University.

Can I publish work that I wrote years ago?
YES. As long as you are the copyright holder of your original piece of work you can publish retrospectively. You will simply need to select the year in which you conducted your work.

Can I publish on PublishResearch.com and submit my work to other publishers too?
YES. However you should check the terms and conditions with the other publishers. Most publishers require that you ONLY submit your work to them and THEY will hold the copyright of your work. On PublishResearch.com YOU will retain the copyright and you will be able to remove your work at any time you wish to do so. This means that if other publishers allow you to publish on this website until they decide whether or not they want to publish you, then you can keep your article with us and remove it whenever you want. You will need to check their terms and conditions.

Can I publish my dissertation on PublishResearch.com?
YES, as long as you have:

What format is required to publish my work?

FORMAT: Pdf – All work must be saved as a PDF file. If you are using a recent version of Microsoft Office you will be able to save directly as PDF from the Save As menu. Alternatively a FREE pdf converter is available here.
SIZE: The maximum size for the pdf file is 8MB.

What is the maximum file size that can be uploaded?
The file size should be no more that 8MB. Larger files would take considerable time to download and may cause readers to lose interest. If attempting to upload a document larger than this you will not get an error the document will simply fail to load.

Can I use the website to publicise my business or that of my employer?
NO, this would contravene the Terms and Conditions for this site. Any publicity must be discussed and agreed with PublishResearch.com. If you have any queries, please contact us.

Why aren’t publications peer reviewed?
At PublishResearch.com we recognise that interesting and/or innovative ideas and observations might be contained in papers that may not meet publication criteria of peer reviewed mainstream journals.
For instance, it is a well–known fact that researchers are more inclined to submit papers for publication – and editors to accept and publish papers – that show "statistically significant results" than papers which do not show "statistically significant results". This phenomenon is usually known as 'publication bias'.
At PublishResearch.com we believe that it is equally important to publish research that does not report "statistically significant findings". We believe that this will not only equally contribute to building knowledge, but will also provide a valuable source of information for contributing to meta–analyses and systematic reviews.
Therefore, the idea behind PublishResearch.com is that all information (which does not contravene the Terms and Conditions for publication) should be made freely available to readers who will judge the quality of what they read. Users will be able to rate each document and provide comments explaining their rating.

I feel offended by some material that has been published, what shall I do?
Report it immediately. Simply click the "report abuse" button on the document download page.

When I click to download a document nothing happens, why?
Documents open in a new window to make it easy to view them and still access the Publish Research website. Your browser may need to be told to allow pop-ups for www.publishresearch.com. Usually there will be a message to allow this at the top or bottom of the browser window.