Journal Selection is one of our chief services in DoNotEdit. As you know, the final step in the research process is publishing the study report in an academic journal. Many academics and students have trouble taking this final step. They miss several weeks or even months waiting for the journal to respond, and they usually get rejected. There are several reasons your manuscripts get rejected, and your paper submissions are unsuccessful. But one of the most common ones is sending a valuable paper to the wrong journal. If the submitted paper isn’t within the scope of the journal, the editors will have to reject it. They even might suggest to the authors which journal is more suitable for that manuscript.
What We Do
In our journal submission service, we use the experience of experts in the field of medical publication to select the best journal for your manuscript. Our experts are M.Sc. or Ph.D. holders with several years of experience in submitting and publishing scientific papers. So, you can submit your manuscript to our website and receive a list of 3-5 best journals that are appropriate for your paper.
In this service, we use the experience of experts in the field of medical publication to select the best journal for your manuscript. Our experts are M.Sc. or Ph.D. holders that have several years’ experience of submitting and publishing scientific papers. You can submit your manuscript to our website to receive a list of 3-5 best journals for your paper.
If your paper receives reviewer comments, our publication experts will check the revised manuscript to ensure it meets the journal requirements, draft a new cover letter, and submit your responses and revised paper to the same journal again.
However, if your paper gets rejected, we will help you submit your paper to another journal of your choice with a 10% discount on the paper submission fee. Our publication professionals will:
- Reformat your manuscript according to the guidelines of the new journal of your choice.
- Provide you with a new cover letter.
- Submit your paper to the new journal.