Top 10 Scientific Journals to Publish Your Academic Papers



It is the norm of the scientific world to share findings with fellow members of the world of research, innovation, and discovery. And what better way to do so than to get your research outcomes published in a prestigious academic journal for scholars around the globe to read. But there is somewhat a predicament when deciding which journal to go with when publishing your article since there are numerous publications across multiple disciplines.

That’s why we’ve selected the top 10 scientific publications in the world that will give your findings maximum exposure. Let’s take a quick look at what they are.
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10 Best Travel Credit Cards for 2021 (US)

Travel Credit Card


Traveling to an Event? Here are the Best Travel Credit Cards in the United States in 2021. Based on Rewards, Bonuses & Key Features & Annual Fees.


Chase Sapphire Reserve® Credit Card

Chase Sapphire Reserve


🎁 Rewards
☑ Annual travel credit of $300
☑ 50,000 bonus points on spending $4,000 in first 3 months

🎯 Key Features
☑ Unlimited 3x points on travel and dining purchases
☑ Priority Pass Select membership: Provides access to over 1,000 airport lounges worldwide plus a selection of restaurants. The cardholder and two guests can enter for free; additional guests cost $32 each.
☑ 1:1 point transfer to leading airline and hotel loyalty programs
☑ Visa Infinite Concierge: Call for non-emergency help of all kinds
☑ Reimbursement for the application fee for TSA PreCheck or Global Entry
☑ No foreign transaction fees
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Make Abstract Submission Easy and Efficient with an Abstract Management System


Since the dawn of email, its main shortcoming has been that it’s rarely concise or categorizable. This issue is mostly a consequence of there being few ways in which one can immediately obtain all their required information from a quick scan of an email. Naturally, this poses a considerable challenge when attempting to coordinate conferences in which minute detail and adherence to regulations are of utmost importance for a successful outcome.


Shortcomings of email correspondence for conference management

Submitting proposals over email is another roadblock to the smooth running of research conferences. Often the candidate/researchers will not be aware of the criteria their proposal must meet, leading to frustrating confusion, delayals, and unnecessarily increased workload.

A possible solution to this common problem is to inform all potential participants of the expected due dates, word counts, etc. However, adherence to these guidelines is immensely difficult to track, considering the sheer volume of emails involved. There is also the added step of forwarding the email contents to prospective reviewers for reviewal. In turn, these reviews would be submitted by email, and thus manual pairing of reviews to the proposal would be necessary. As expected, an email-based correspondence platform for a conference would require a considerable admin and extra hours of work/maintenance.

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Top 10 Alternatives to Microsoft Excel



With the Microsoft Office suite becoming increasingly pricey with each update, it’s no wonder many are looking for more pocket-friendly versions of its components. For techies and professionals dealing with large blocks of data, Microsoft Excel is a key software in data organization and management. However, if you’re an occasional user, you would most likely shy away from investing a chunk of cash on this suite. Luckily, there are a few great paid and free alternatives to Excel on the Internet. Let’s check them out and see how they fare against the mighty spreadsheet software from Microsoft.


#1 Google Sheets

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Top 10 Ways To Market Your Virtual Event Effectively


With the COVID-19 virus on the rise, it’s no wonder the boom in demand for virtual space and video conferencing. And with the presence of numerous virtual events on the internet, most event planners and even marketers are stumped at a single point, how to get the most pairs of eyes on their respective virtual events. Many would say that the key is to be as creative and attention-grabbing as possible. But isn’t that a bit too vague? So, here’s are a list of more substantial ideas to help you market your virtual event like a professional.

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Best Social Network for Promoting Academic Conferences: Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest or LinkedIn?



Academic social networking sites, or ASNS as they are referred to, are digital platforms that have been gaining immense traction over the last few years as means of publishing and sharing academic content. From research papers and academic events to professional networking, ASNS are bringing about a paradigm shift in academic information disbursement.

Having said that, social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest & LinkedIn are communities that haven’t been given their due for their immense capabilities in event promotion & communiqué. Let’s look at how we ought to leverage these seemingly informal platforms to promote academic conferences.

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