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Inconsistent Indexing with Google Scholar

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Inconsistent Indexing with Google Scholar

Postby thebigaym » Mon Apr 25, 2011 1:39 pm

We are trying to get our journal, http://jima.imana.org, indexed to increase its visibility. To that end, I sought its inclusion in Google Scholar. To my pleasant surprise, I saw that some of our articles come up with the following search term:

Return articles published in – jima

However, most of these are from 2009, even though we have many articles from different years.

I tried to search for specific articles like this:

allintitle: full flexion author:Tarabichi

Even though the article appeared as a citation, the actual article itself did not appear.

Would you tell me what we’re doing right and wrong? We obviously would like all our content to appear in Google Scholar.
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