Common problems with predatory publishing is sub-par peer review which impedes your opportunity to improve your journal quality, difficulty in finding your journal article and deletion of your article over time
A predatory publisher may take advantage of academia’s need to publish or the publisher could be incompetent providing poor quality of services.
Some common characteristics of predatory publishers are:
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Search in Cabells by entering your journal name or subject search. Scroll through the list and select a journal that appears to be a good journal. Review the submission section.