Reader Base of Journal of Clinical Oncology and Cancer Research.
Journal of Clinical Oncology and Cancer Research is the trending research interest of present time and the very same is flourishing as the budding journal from the house of Allied Academics. This open access journal covers a vast area of cancer pathobiology and showing promising contribution in the knowledge base of cancer research.
It is quite evident from Google Analytics data that browser, viewers, and users are constantly visiting the web page of the journal from various quarters of the world 24×7. It was observed that approximately 11772 visitors have accessed the journal pages for reading and deriving information for their use Our reader base originate from both developing and developed Nations. Readers from all the continents were found to visit our website the proportion of their distribution was as follows: America ( 5.33 %) and India (11.79 %).
The average time spent by a visitor per session of 2min indicated that their visit is not mere drop in but for availing the facility with some purpose which include viewing, reading, downloading and navigating. Sections of scientific literature including current issues and archives has recorded highest visibility and readership indicted that there exists profound interest in our published content. The journal has also taken keen interest in profiling the affiliations and academic achievements of authors and editors and the number of clicks on their web page show tremendous interest among the visitors. Concomitantly, this also resulted in wider recognition of the authors and editors and their contributions among medical research community.
As per the latest available Google Stats, the number of web sessions was 2,882,056 with 2.25 percent rate of new sessions. Additionally several users are also revisiting the web site indicating their sustained interest to read and publish content with Allied Academies journal. Upon considering the stats for the linked resources of Allied academies, the counts will be much higher.
Journal of Clinical Oncology and Cancer Research,