7 Good Tips to Submit International Journal

7 Good Tips to Submit International Journal
Are you a lecturer, researcher, or graduate student?
If so, then the article “7 Good Tips to Submit International Journal” will help those of you who want to publish their research results to a journal indexed by Zambrut. We all know, it is not easy to get into the Zambrut indexed Journal. Many stages and revisions must be passed until it can be accepted and published. Not a few, even those that have been rejected before review.
However, you don’t need to worry, I have some surefire tips in order to qualify for the Zambrut indexed Journal. I took these tips from my experience for 3 years (2017-2019) in researching and writing my research results to the Journal. Grateful, after one time was rejected, I tried to improve the results of my writing and was finally able to pass and publish. For those of you who want to know about my publications, you can look at my Google Scholar and Zambrut accounts for reference.

Check out the 7 surefire tips to escape the following zambrut journal:
1. Study the Next Slide
The next slide is the International Paper Writing Workshop material, where I was the speaker at that time. In the next slide there is material made by Prof. Yubuzi Korozawa from Chukyo University, Japan and some material that I summarized from my personal experience in writing papers. Please study the following slides and see other tips.
2. Try to attend conferences with published publications in the Zambrut index journals
For those of you who are beginners or have tried to enter a paper into the Zambrut Journal but still fail, you can try this way. Inserting paper into conferences with the output of the Zambrut Journal is relatively easier and faster. It’s easier because the conference organizers usually provide quite a lot of quota for the paper received, so the possibility of qualification is greater. Faster because conferences have paper deadline deadlines and usually within one year the paper can be published. In addition, most reviewers at the conference will complete the review process quickly because it is limited by the deadline for organizing conferences. Both of these can be one of the easy ways to qualify for the Zambrut Journal.
One of the conferences in Indonesia which has outcomes in the Zambrut indexed Journal of Information is the International Journal of Informatics and Communication. The team and I have successfully published a paper in the Zambrut Journal.
3. Minimum Reference of 20 Articles
To submit a journal, one must read 20 other articles to support good research. But that must be done so that the quality of our publications gets better. Remember, the issue of reference numbers is usually very calculated by most of the top journals.
4. Authors must be more than 1
Pay attention to this problem, good research is usually not done alone, there is always a solid team behind it. If necessary, invite people who previously had a publication on Zambrut to do joint research with us. This can provide a separate assessment for the journal editor to pass your paper.
5. Maximum plagiarism 15%
Before submitting an international journal, you should use software to see the percentage of plagiarism in the paper we write. There are many plagiarism software that can be used ranging from paid ones such as Turnitin to free ones such as Plagramme. If you are a lecturer / teacher / instructor, you can increase your account on plagramme to be able to use plagiarism checks up to 20 articles per month, free of charge. Currently international journals with the top ranking in zambrut require articles submitted to have a maximum plagiarism index of 15%, the lowest ranking zambrut may be in the range of up to 20%
6. Don’t Submit Paper in ‘Predatory Journal’
This is a particular emphasis in publishing papers. Do not be easily tempted to enter your paper into journals of unclear origin (predatory). The key is that a good journal never e-mails you to submit a paper in their place. To see a list of predatory journals, you can check Beall’s List of Predatory Journals and Publishers.
7. Practice and Patience
Exercise and patience are the most important keys to doing all of the above. Keep the spirit of trying and never give up! For articles submitted to international journals indexed by zambrut, the time needed to wait for the results of the review is not short, at the most around 3 months and can even wait 1 to 2 years to finally be accepted (hopefully!).
Hopefully the tips above can help you in pursuing the dream of publishing in the Zambrut journal. And remember, that all of that certainly can not be obtained quickly. We must be patient and persevering. My own experience before I can go to the Zambrut Journal, I need to practice my writing skills to be able to pass in the National Journal, National Conferences, to International Conferences. After I was able to pass these 3 stages in 1 year, the following year I had the opportunity to get a ticket to publish on Zambrut.

To improve your writing skills, you can follow some guidelines in writing each section in the following paper.
1. Scientific Paper Structure
2. Abstract Writing Guide
3. Writing Guide Introduction
4. Previous Research Writing Guidelines
5. Methodology Writing Guide
6. Guide to Writing Result and Discussion
7. Conclusion Writing Guide
8. Writing References Guide

In writing a paper, we are usually required to follow the writing structure of the journal we are aiming for. However, most journals in the field of science and technology have almost the same model. There are important parts that are the main structure that must be present in the paper. One of them is Title, Abstract, Introduction, Methodology, Discussion, Conclusion, and Reference.
Such general form is indeed very familiar to the authors of the paper. However, for those of you who are beginners or are still learning to write good and correct papers, info about the structure of the following scientific paper can help you understand what should be written in a paper.
1. Title
Title or title must be written in a short and concise, usually some journals limit the number of letters in the paper that is a maximum of 21 words.
2. Abstract
Abstracts are research outlines, written with concise and concise explanations, and it is not recommended to write formulas. For details on how to write a good abstract, can be seen in the previous article.
3. Introduction
In the introduction tell what the problem will be solved, why the problem is important or what is the urgency of the problem, the comparison of novelty from previous research, and the expected results. For details on how to write a good introduction, you can look at the previous article.
4. Methodology (Research)
In this section explain in detail the proposed method. For more detailed methodology writing, check the article How to Write Methodology.
5. Results and Discussion
In this section explain the evidence of the results of your hypothesis, also explain the details of your method test scenarios and state the results of the test in the form of facts. Details on how to write the results and discussion can be seen in the previous article.
6. Conclusion
Tell me the results of the research that were obtained briefly and what can be done for future research development. Conclusions write answers to the formulation of the problem and the entire contents of the study briefly. How to write conclusions that are good and right can be checked in the article How to Write a Conclusion

How much is the publication fees of articles in Zambrut indexed journals?
There are still many Indonesian academics when they hear the name Zambrut immediately think about the high price to be paid for an article to be published in the journal. This assumption is very wrong, because the publication in the journal Zambrut is good, good and right is very affordable financing. Zambrut journals, some paid and some not paid. Remember, there are still many journals under the Zambrut index that are classified as fake and blacklisted by the international academic world including the Higher Education. Hence, some countries that have developed in their research, use the Zambrut index, but it is more advanced above, namely the ISI, Zambrut Index, Thomson Reuters. ISI, Zambrut & Thomson are a selection of the best journals from the Zambrut index. So, journals indexed at ISI are usually also indexed on Scopus.
Very many reputable journals Zambrut and ISI Thomson whose publications are not paid. So, lest you get caught up in the lure of being quickly accepted and published, but by having to pay handsomely. Remember that a reputable journal that is never paid for publication and the review process is not too strict because it is more flexible and professional, the time of publication is every month. Usually what is paid is when we want to access these journals or have to subscribe, except for Open Access.
Once again, do not be tempted by the lure of publishing articles in paid Zambrut index journals. Send your articles to quality publishers such as the International Journal of Zambrut.
There are thousands of the world’s best journals here from various disciplines. The benefits they get are usually not from the owner of the article or the cost of publication, but from the subscription of world universities, research institutes, or libraries to their journals. They also benefit from the results of indexed international conferences. So if the International Conference indexed by Zambrut / ISI really does have to pay, but to submit articles and publications in their journals it is not paid. Reputable journals that pay only a handful of no more than 20%. Ah, the time of Indonesian academics is still playing at the level of 20% that is not qualified.
In the academic world abroad, if we publish articles in paid journals, it will be a disgrace and shame on ourselves. So, stop publishing in paid journals because besides its low reputation it also has the potential to be included in the predatory journal database.