JMIR Publications (a co-founder of TrendMD*) is using TrendMD routinely to promote/disseminate articles published in JMIR journals across other publishers and journals including for example JAMA or BMJ (see screenshots below).
JMIR articles will appear as "related articles" in articles published in other journals and at other publishers.
Authors of JMIR can purchase additional credits to gain additional clicks to their article from these partner publishers. To do so, please order the TrendMD package on checkout when you pay for the APF (see How can I order/pay for knowledge dissemination add-ons like TrendMD or sponsored Tweets?).
Another recently published paper in Scientometrics also shows that dissemination through the TrendMD network increases saves to Mendeley, which may also lead to more citations.
The image below shows how articles published in JMIR journals are promoted on other journal / publisher sites as recommended articles if the content of the article is relevant:
Authors can pay for this option by adding the option to the APF checkout page (How can I order/pay for knowledge dissemination add-ons like TrendMD or sponsored Tweets?).
As of January 28, 2019, TrendMD will be selected by default with a recommended quantity of 2 packages in APF invoices. If you would like to opt out, please click on the "opt out" link which can be found either on the checkout cart or the invoice.
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TrendMD test shows 49% increase in article readership from over 16 million unique readers a month Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) News Feb 2016
TrendMD: Helping scholarly content providers reach larger and more targeted audiences (pages 125–129) by Paul Kudlow, Alan Rutledge, Aviv Shachak, Roger S. McIntyre and Gunther Eysenbach.
Learned Publishing 16 FEB 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/leap.1014
Online distribution channel increases article usage on Mendeley: a randomized controlled trial.
Paul Kudlow, Matthew Cockerill, Danielle Toccalino, Devin Bissky Dziadyk, Alan Rutledge, Aviv Shachak, Roger S. McIntyre, Arun Ravindran, Gunther Eysenbach.
Scientometrics, 2017, DOI: 10.1007/s11192-017-2438-3
*Disclosure: JMIR Publications is a co-founder of TrendMD and holds a minority equity position