Publication of research article in Scopus-indexed journals


Scopus-indexed journals are well known among the global scientific community due to their consistent quality, authenticity, and trustworthiness. A researcher is considered successful if his/her research articles are published in Scopus-indexed journals. These journals ensure their reputation by publishing 1) research studies and reports of top quality in terms of content and language, 2) fact-checked and thoroughly verified data, and 3) research articles only from credible and authenticated researchers.

Due to these salient features, Scopus-indexed journals have rigorous and thorough reviewing process and submission guidelines to select only high-quality research articles for publication. If you are a researcher keen to publish your research article in Scopus-indexed journals, then the below-mentioned steps will guide you in swiftly publishing your articles without facing many roadblocks during the submission process.

  1. Determine the appropriate journals within the scope of your specialization

Once the draft of the research article is complete, researchers need to search for appropriate journals to publish the article. Authors or researchers can find reputed Scopus-indexed journals of a particular specialization or domain using the Scopus website. Journal details, such as its ISSN number, its precise title, specialization domain, and name of the publisher, will help in searching the desired journals within the website.

  1. Finalize the most suitable journal for publishing your research

This is the most important step as it can result in your research article having the maximum impact within the global research community. Once the list of preferable journals is available, the next step is to finalize the desired journal. For this, the following points should be taken into consideration while selecting the most appropriate target journal for the research article to be published: scope of the journal, its target readers, its impact factor, whether it is open-access or closed-access, time is taken to publish an article, etc.

  1. Understand the formatting requirements of the journal

Once the target journal is selected, the research article should be then prepared and formatted as per the guidelines mentioned in the journal website. These guidelines help the journal to ensure uniformity and quality of the research articles submitted to it. It also facilitates the selection process of research articles and ensures that the article published is of the desired quality. Care should be taken when formatting the research article as all details should be thoroughly followed. Adherence to these details will increase your chances of publication in Scopus-indexed journals.

  1. Submission and Peer-review process

After all, the formatting guidelines have been adhered to and the research article is ready for submission, it is important to be aware of the submission deadline, review timeline, and final submission period of the target journal. Abiding by these guidelines will speed up the publication process in the journal and will also create a good reputation for the researcher or author among the publication community. The submission process should be followed step-by-step as detailed in the journal website. After all details and files have been inputted, the next step is a journal review process where the journal reviewers perform a quality-check of the submitted article to ensure its quality and that it adheres to the journal requirements.

Following the above steps will help researchers to sail through the journal submission process and get published in highly reputed Scopus-indexed journals. Publishing in Scopus-indexed journals will also increase the impact of your research work as your research can reach a wider audience, which will, in turn, help you gain the reputation of being a credible and successful researcher.

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