A prime concern related to publication in journals (particularly top-tier journals) is the word count of the manuscript, or at least, some of its components. High-impact-factor journals are notorious for rejecting manuscripts because their word count exceeds the journal’s standard limit. One of the reasons these journals follow this stringent policy is that they need to include as many articles as they can that report the latest research. Other publishing avenues, such as universities and conferences, may also impose word count limits.
What Our Editors Will Do
- Eliminate unnecessary words and phrases
- Ensure that the essence of your work (or, even your writing style) is retained, along with your intended meaning
- Provide suggestions through comments to avoid any meaning changes or loss of content