Google Scholar covers a wider variety of subject areas than Web of Science but lacks precise search-refining tools. Searching Google Scholar while on campus or through the library search box will insert Find it with OLinks links to full text articles when available.
To find articles that have cited you,
Publish or Perish is a free downloadable program developed by Anne-WIl Harzing that provides author-level metrics, using Google Scholar citation data. It is designed to help research academics to present their case for research impact. Publish or Perish calculates several citation metrics.
To generate metrics for your publications in Publish or Perish,
Scholarometer is a browser extension that allows researchers "to extract their own bibliographic data from Google Scholar, curate it, annotate it, and export it to other tools or share it." Scholarometer also calculates author metrics, including the h-index.
To use Scholarometer to obtain author metrics,
Entering "J DOOM" (in quotes) as your search term will return results for names like JP DOOM in addition to J DOOM, so you may this tool somewhat imprecise if you're published under only your first initial and last name.