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I am reaching out to you today to see if you may be interested in gaining additional exposure in College and University libraries. EBSCO’s Product Management team has nominated Jean Rhys Review for inclusion in a new Humanities collection that is currently in development.
Library researchers typically use EBSCO’s databases to run a keyword search similar to how you would use a commercial search engine (Google, Yahoo, etc). The results display a list of articles from many different publications. Along with each record is a live link that our Publisher Partners provide us to display back to their own websites. This is a great way to ensure your publication is gaining exposure and web traffic originating from those using an EBSCO database in a library.
There is no cost to participate and I am happy to elaborate over phone or email.
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