Find out how many times the article has been cited with Google Scholar or library databases Web of Science (for all disciplines but leans towards the sciences), Scopus (for all disciplines but leans towards the sciences), or HeinOnline (law).
Note: Stick with Web of Science, Scopus, or HeinOnline if you only want to see what other scholarly articles have cited an article. Google Scholar lists more than articles that have cited a work, for example, presentations, conference proceedings, etc.
Search for the article title. At the bottom of the record, click the "Cited by" link to go to a list of works that have cited the article you searched for.
In Web of Science, to sort results by citation frequency sort by "Citations highest first."
When looking at a single information record in Web of Science, you can view who has cited the record in the "Citation Network" box to the upper right.
In Scopus, to sort results by citation frequency find the "Sort by" option at the upper right of the results page and select "Cited by (highest)."
When looking at a single information record in Scopus, you can view who has cited the record in the "Cited by" box in the upper right.
For law and political science, to sort results in HeinOnline by citation, choose "Number of Times Cited by Articles." To see the articles that have cited the record, click "Cited by" to the right of the record.