Following links between articles that cite each other can be a useful way of expanding your awareness of relevant articles. An article citing another one implies a subject connection between the two.
Many databases make it easy to identify these connections by including links in the full record for an article:
The Web of Science database was designed specifically to enable citation searching to find these connections. Choose Cited reference search after connecting to the database. You can then do either a Cited author or a Cited Work (cited article) search.
Organizing your research and putting your ideas down on paper can be difficult. You can get writing help at the Writing Center.
Keep track of all of your reference lists and bibliographies. Pitt's library resources work with citation management tools and allow you to import citations from sources like PITTCat+ and article databases.