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It's our third anniversary and we want to thank you!

Editage Insights | Nov 17, 2016 | 7,801 views
It's our third anniversary and we want to thank you!

Exactly three years ago, armed with a tiny team of passionate writers and a big dream of helping the scholarly community connect better, we published our first post on Editage Insights. Yes, this month marks the third anniversary of Editage Insights, and what an exciting journey it has been! Over these years, we have been able to reach out to readers across the globe and build a strong community of researchers, editors, publishers, medical professionals… just about everyone who loves science.

Let’s together take a look at some of the highlights of what we’ve achieved in these three years:

  • We reached about 170,000 readers globally in October 2016.
  • We’ve published over 1400 posts and received about 1700 questions and comments from you.
  • We’ve more than 50 guest contributors.
  • We’ve conducted more than 545 workshops and webinars, reaching over 38500 researchers in more than 40 countries.

We want to take this moment to thank each one of you for your readership, participation, and feedback. You’ve helped us learn and grow and become what we are today. Thank you for being a part of this amazing journey and making this possible. We hope that you continue to support Editage Insights in the years to come.  

Of course, we don’t expect any anniversary gifts from you, but you could send us a sweet wish! We love to hear from you. Leave your messages and musings in the comments section; trust us, you will make our day!  

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