Marketing and Coffee Academic Publishing Interview with Dr. Lussier

Delilah Cordova from Marketing and Coffee interviews Dr. Lussier on the keys to getting published in the challenging atmosphere of academia. Tips include innovative partnerships, submission letters and cross-over secrets in traditional publishing: Access the interview here.

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Excerpt: Jeff Hill of WMAP Radio Interviews Dr. Lussier

Below is an excerpt of Jeff Hill (JH) from WMAP Radio in a recent interview with Dr. Robert Lussier (RL) on a key tip to successfully navigate the competitive world of academic publishing: JH: Academics can do it, right? They can publish and they don’t have to perish. That’s your …

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The 7 Secrets to Boost Your Academic Publication Rates

Publish or perish is a timeless creed for academic institutions. Wouldn’t it be great to know HOW to get published…and more often? Below are 7 secrets to do just that, taken from my book, Publish Don’t Perish, The Top Secrets to Get Published. The book discusses these points in much …

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Video: Dr. Lussier Shares Publishing Secrets on That Business Show 2.0

Dr. Robert Lussier appears as a guest on That Business Show 2.0, and discusses the top secrets to boost academic publication rates; along with how to thrive in the climate of ‘publish or perish’ in academia today! Click below to watch video!  

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LITERATURE REVIEW AND HYPOTHESES

A literature review shows the cumulative knowledge which is the conceptual framework your study is based. It gives an overview of prior research identifying the details of the need for your study stated in your introduction section. It is common to present the literature with supporting articles that are the …

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The Key to Having Your Article or Book Published

I’m starting my blog to share a publishing tip from my book Publish Don’t Perish: The Top Secrets to Get Published. The top secrets may be found in my Publish Don’t Perish live and webinar presentations based on my book. Foundational Publishing Tip #1: Editors and reviewers of referred (peer-reviewed) …

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