The test of newborn citations on the indexing of Google Scholar content for 2015 Search Engine Bots

by Matt Jackson

Abstract

How does the use of citations effect the level of rankings of a Google scholar article? Is it possible that fresh citations can be used to manipulate rankings in such a way that would indicate a bias? Are these articles able to become indexed using JSON LD markup alone, or are they required to contain the meta information as shown on the Google scholar help page.

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The test of newborn citations on the indexing of Google Scholar content for 2015 Search Engine Bots

Bibliography

  1. Lanthaler, Markus, and Christian Gütl. “On using JSON-LD to create evolvable RESTful services.” Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on RESTful Design. ACM, 2012.

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The test of newborn citations on the indexing of Google Scholar content for 2015 Search Engine Bots, by Matt Jackson, July 2015.

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author = {Matt Jackson},
title = {The test of newborn citations on the indexing of Google Scholar content for 2015 Search Engine Bots},
booktitle = {The test of newborn citations on the indexing of Google Scholar content for 2015 Search Engine Bots}, 
year = 2015, 
month = jul, 
pages = {1}, 
url = {http://www.indigogardensllc.com/files/2015/07/The-test-of-newborn-citations-on-the-indexing-of-Google-Scholar-content-for-2015-Search-Engine-Bots.pdf},

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