No, it depends who cites you and why.
In 2009 I was co-author of a paper in PNAS which has already attracted more than 40 citations. This might sound impressive to some. The problem is that none of the papers look like worth reading. Some represent the quackery that the PNAS paper is debunking.
What really got my attention though was the paper below published in an Elsevier journal. I urge you to start to read the paper and tell me what you think.
Nonlocal neurology: Beyond localization to holonomy
G.G. Globus and C.P. O’Carroll
Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine,
University of California Irvine
Is this for real?
Would you recommend these psychiatrists to your loved ones?