Readership Metrics (By Google Analytics)

Journal of Molecular Microbiology broadcasts latest experimental, empirical, theoretical, clinical observations and interpretations in Molecular Microbiology originating from all across the world. The journal promotes communication and sharing of innovations and insights among academicians, researchers, and other health care and medical professionals who deal with Molecular Microbiology studies and conducting research relevant to any aspect of covered scope of journal. The journal focuses on systematic and scholarly studies aimed at addressing the emerging challenges in Molecular Microbiology studies. The journal has a wide coverage of Molecular Immunology, Epidemiology, Herpes viruses, Immune suppression caused by HIV, Lyme disease, Tuberculosis, Accinology, Molecular biology, Virology, Bacteriology, Parasitology, Mycology, Clinical medicine, Medical Microbiology, Clinical Microbiology, Computational Molecular Biology, Diagnostic Immunology, Epidemiology, Evolutionary Biology, Molecular Evidences of Evolution, Microbial Culture, Human Systems and Physiology, Viral Immunology and allied researches related to stem cell. The journal has archived resource of several issues from 2017 which tract the significant steps during the evolution of Molecular Microbiology studies. The journal’s author base is composed of eminent academicians, scientists and medical professional from diverse geographical regions of the world. Similarly, the reader base also has heterogeneous composition as revealed by Google analytics. On an overall basis, the journal has been successful in collation of quality research outcomes in Molecular Microbiology studies and their wider propagation.

Google Analytics Metrics for the Journal of Molecular Microbiology

A statistical representation of global users for Journal of Molecular Microbiology (Source: Google Analytics)

Visitor Analysis Report

A statistical representation of global users for Journal of Molecular Microbiology (Source: Google Analytics)

  • The visitor’s traffic is the benchmark for the success of any scientific journal and the Journal of Molecular Microbiology is constantly attracting viewers across the world.
  • According to the Google Analytics, more than readers are visiting to our journal websites for submitting manuscripts, to browse the latest research published on Journal of Molecular Microbiology and to refer the published content for conceptualizing their research study, deriving research hypotheses, case reports and validating their contributions.
  • Readers from the major countries including United States, Japan, United Kingdom, India, Egypt and Nigeria visit our journal domain to learn about the ongoing research activities in this field.

Analysis on global internet users of (By Google Analytics)

A statistical analysis on global internet users of (By Google Analytics)

Visitor Analysis Report

iMedPub was established in the year 2005 and since then has been actively publishing peer-reviewed articles in biomedical and clinical science; material science; mathematics and engineering topics. iMedPub follows standard editorial and production policies with Internationally acclaimed publication practices.

Due to wide variation in the journal portfolio, the publisher site is accessed by various communities of diverse scientific disciplines from reputed research organizations, academic institution and Government bodies. More than 6,781,894 users have accessed the publisher website with more than 17,950,990 page views. These stats reveal that the journal is also immensely popular among scientific societies and organizations. Consequently, the editorial board profiles, authors and their affiliations are also gaining higher visibility.

Web metrics of iMedPub (Source: Google Analytics)
  • 6,781,894 Million+ Users
  • 17,950,990 Million+ Page views
  • 8,509,611 Web sessions at the rate of 2.11 per user

The number of web sessions, the publisher received was 8,509,611 at the rate of 2.11 new sessions. This implied that new users and visitors are flocking to the publisher bases. A number of users are also revisiting the publisher pages indicating their continued interest in the journal. The fast and efficient publishing standard set by iMedPub was found to be very impressive by the reader base and is being well appreciated; as evident from the web metrics. The metric displayed belong only to our journals and if the associated links are also taken into consideration the number would be significantly much higher.