Free Badges for Individual Researchers

Highlight the online attention surrounding your work with the colourful Altmetric badges

Showcase the influence of your work

Want to demonstrate the reach and influence of your work to your peers and webpage visitors? It’s quick and easy to add the Altmetric badges to your personal webpage or publications list.

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Visitors to your page will be able to click on the donuts to access the full Altmetric Details Page, where they can explore all of the original online mentions and shares of your work.

Free and easy integration

Integrating the Altmetric badges is simple; just follow these steps and you’ll be up and running!

Please note that the free badges are only available to individual researchers for personal webpages – if you’re an organisation please get in touch to discuss options.

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Step 1

Choose the badge style you want to display, and then grab the embed code from our site and add it to the html of your page.

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Let us know you’ve done it! This way we can unlock the details pages to make sure everyone can see all of the original mentions of your work (otherwise they’ll just see the first 4 most recent ones from each source).

Some examples

Check out these examples of researchers who have already integrated the donuts into their pages:

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Marine Biologist James Grecian has integrated donuts into the publications list on his website, take a look

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Steve Davis, Associate Professor of Earth System Science at the University of California has added the Altmetric donuts and bar badges to his webpage – check it out here

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The John S. Fossey research group from the University of Birmingham have added the bar badges to their publications listing – find it here

You might also like to take a look at our researcher page, which gives a good overview of how you can benefit from tracking the altmetrics for your research.