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Advantages Of Enago's Journal Submission Service

We provide a smooth, stress-free, and quick submission process by taking care of all the time-consuming tasks.

We will make sure your manuscript is ready for publication by double-checking the formatting of your manuscript, as per author guidelines for offline or online manuscript submission.

Save yourself from the hassles of filling up lengthy forms, uploading required documentation, writing a cover letter etc. We will complete all the formaliltes for you.

Get timely updates on the journal submission status and notification upon any journal decision

Get resubmission support to the same journal unlimited times within 365 days of completing the submission

Enago Journal Submission Procedure

What Do You Get?

Submission Report
 

Cover Letter
 

Your Reviewed Manuscript
 

Journal Selection Sample Report

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Delivery and Pricing

Turnaround Time Price
3 business days $180

Opt for an All Inclusive Publication Support Pack Avail a10% discount**

Our Full Support Package is designed especially for early-stage researchers to make the rigorous publication process simple and easy. From journal selection to submission, we support authors at each step and make their manuscript ready for resubmission if the journal rejects it.

Services included:

  • Pre-Submission Peer Review
  • Journal Selection
  • Substantive Editing
  • Plagiarism Check
  • Formatting and Artwork Editing
  • Journal Submission
Opt for this service if :
    • You are still uncertain about selecting a journal to submit to and want experts to make strategic proposals.
    • You want to strengthen the content of the treatise through pre-peer review and English proofreading by experts
    • You have relatively little experience in writing and submitting treatises

We recommend our Easy-Go Package to the authors who have identified the journal they want to approach. This pack includes services right from editing and formatting manuscripts as per the journal guidelines to submitting the manuscript on the author's behalf. Let us know the target journal, and we will make the manuscript submission-ready accordingly.

Services included:

  • Substantive Editing
  • Plagiarism Check
  • Formatting and Artwork Editing
  • Journal Submission
Opt for this service if :
    • Those who have already decided the posting journal
    • Those who want to save time and effort by leaving complicated work such as adjusting the appearance of papers and drawings to specialists
    • Those who want to speed up the completion of posting with the minimum necessary support

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the corresponding author? Should it always be the first author mentioned in my manuscript?

The corresponding author is the one who is the primary point of contact for your manuscript. The journal editor corresponds with him during the submission process. The readers may also contact the corresponding author post-publication. It is not necessary that the corresponding author is always the first author of your manuscript. It can be any author in the author group who is prompt in responding to the journal or readers. For more information, please visit https://www.elsevier.com/__data/promis_misc/JBMTauthor_declaration.doc

When can I expect a response from the journal once the journal submission is complete?

The journal ideally should send you an acknowledgement receipt for your submitted manuscript on the same day. The decision time taken for publication varies from journal to journal. Ideally, it should be within three months from the date of submission. Some journals have a faster peer-review process, in such a case you will receive a response within 2 to 4 weeks.

What are the usual reasons for rejection?

Manuscripts are usually rejected based on several reasons like aim and scope mismatch, quality of research, the novelty of the study, plagiarism, inadequate data and techniques presented, insufficient sample size to support the findings, and large volumes of manuscripts received by the journal. It makes the journal unable to accommodate any further manuscripts for review.

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