A great article about scientific publishers, including Nova Science Publishers was brought to my attention last week. The title of the article is called Coverage, Field Specialization and Impact of Scientific Publishers Indexed in the Book Citation Index by Daniel Torres-Salinas, Nicolás Robinson-García, J.M. Campanario and Emilio Delgado López-Cózar. As discussed in the article, the purpose of the study was to analyze Thomson Reuters’ Book Citation Index, focusing on the publishers’ presence, impact and specialization. Here is a link to the article: https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1312/1312.2791.pdf
At Nova Publishers, many of our books are sold on the Amazon website. Talking to them on the phone is not a thrill but you learn to adapt. Amazon is one of the biggest players in the Publishing field and for Nova Science Publishers, they are an important third-party seller.
Many Nova authors and readers ask us to make our eBooks adaptable to all the different digital devices available today. But we have found that due to the complexity of our books, most people do not read our Titles on mobile devices (although they look our Company up on Google and other Search Engines on their mobile devices all the time). Most people still prefer our print books. For libraries however, due to budget cuts, this is changing.