Why publish with Co-Action Publishing?
Visibility: The Open Access format - free from barriers to access - allows authors the greatest possible dissemination and exposure of their work, globally, at all times, and infinitely.
High impact: Several studies unequivocally show that Open Access leads to higher citation rates across all disciplines. Additional research demonstrates that it is the published version of an Open Access article that receives the greatest number of citations.
Priority: Co-Action Publishing indexes all journal articles with Google Scholar and all books with Google Book Search. These search engines tend to favor Open Access articles over materials with restricted access as they are able to crawl all sections of the Open access texts. This means that Open Access articles are often ranked higher in Google search results.
Global scholarship: The semantic web permits the full text of Open Access articles and books to be searched, indexed and mined by any third party, thus opening up for a wealth of new possibilities and unexpected patterns.
Integrity: Under a Creative Commons license authors retain the full non-commercial copyright on their work, allowing you control over how you wish to you use the work in the future.
Archiving: Self-archiving is permitted whether it be a pre-print or a refereed post-print, or both. Co-Action Publishing will also prepare articles and books for any mandated archive or repository that the author’s work must comply with, and transfer the files in a safe and reliable manner. For example, we deposit papers published in the life sciences in PubMed Central if required by the funding agency that sponsors your research.
Democracy: By publishing in an Open Access format your work contributes to the democratization of knowledge, helping to reduce the digital divide between rich and poor countries.
Affordability: Co-Action Publishing strives to maintain fair publishing fees. Because ability to pay should not be a barrier to publishing, a list of potential funding agencies is maintained, and we strive to make funds available to young researchers and researchers from developing countries.