There are many different tools for measuring the visibility or reach of your publications.
The visibility of your research can be measured, for example, by counting the number of citations of your work, the number of tweets, number of likes or number of downloads in relation to your publications. The counts can give you an indication as to what extent research is being published in the right channels for reaching your target audience. You can also establish the extent to which you reach target groups that you were initially unaware of.
The links on the right offer answers to questions such as: How do I measure whether my research is visible? Who does my research reach? Does my research reach the environments I expected it to?