Journal selection is a critical factor in successful academic publishing, as important as article selection. Just as you choose to write a paper that has significant novelty and scientific merit (to increase its chances of publication), you need to select a suitable journal for your paper. While the primary criteria is that your article should , there are additional aspects to consider, such as impact factor, readership and open access. A mismatch with the journal’s aims – also known as scope or focus – is one of the most common reasons for , a scenario that can be avoided through the use of a quality journal selection service.
With our Journal Selection Service, our seasoned academic experts identify up to 5 journals that offer the best match for your paper.
Our Journal Selection Service is performed by senior researchers/academics with years of experience in various aspects of scholarly publishing, including academic writing and editing, peer review, journal submission, and of course journal selection.
Our Journal Selection Service experts go through each section of your manuscript in detail (from the abstract to the conclusion) to understand its focus, novelty and scientific merits.
Based on their analysis of your paper, along with any other information you provide, our Journal Selection Service experts identify a careful selection of up to 5 journals (out of thousands) that offer the best match with your paper.
Based on their analysis of your paper and your stated objectives, our experts identify up to five journals that are the most appropriate match for your paper.
In a detailed report, our experts provide relevant information on the selected journals, including publication speeds, open access policies and publication charges.
In the final part of the report, our experts provide their recommendation on the journal you should primarily target for submission.
Up to 5 journals selected.
3-5 business days.
Our Journal Selection Service report includes relevant details for up to 5 academic journals that are the best match for your paper based on an analysis of your paper and an understanding of your requirements. It includes details such as scope, impact factor, speed of publication, open access policy (if applicable) and references to similar published articles. The report thus . To guide your decision-making, at the end of the report, we provide our recommendation on the first-choice journal.
The Journal Selection Service report includes a link to the homepage of each shortlisted journal. However, the service does not include submitting to the recommended or shortlisted journals. For help with submission to the target journal, you may refer to the Author (Submission) Guidelines section of the journal using the homepage link provided on the report.