Global Research Letters

How to Write an Article Internationally

Hi in this video I will explain how you can publish your article internationally so that you can spread your dedicated work globally.

So please don’t forget to subscribe my channel and click on the bell icon to get notifications about my latest videos so tip number one is to consider the value originality and innovation of your researched area viewers editors and reviewers are looking for innovative valuable and original research that contribute to theory literature and simultaneously to your practice to get updated from your field innovations stay in touch with your field professionals developments support and training you can also get alerts or e-alerts of good journals for researchs to know publishing trends also focus that your research or article must identify research or literature gaps second thing is to read read and read about your research phenomena this is the key of publishing that read maximum studies relevant to your topic to identify the relevant theories models and to know the styles of different authors you must read few foundational works in the field as well as recent studies also read both local and international literature you should read sample article of your targeting journals for research to get insight for your own study third point is your work should be compelling which means read your study carefully is it adding something into the knowledge of your peers colleagues and professionals this simply means check if there is any audience for your paper the fourth most important tip is to structure and format according to the journals for research you are targeting always remember not all journals for researchs accept all types of articles so you have to format and structure according to the targeted journals for research read carefully instructions to authors or author guidelines of that particular journals for research internationally there are commonly three types of journals for researchs top tier mid-tier ordinary or average journals for researchs you can identify such deviant through databases such as scoopers and web of science if you have not published at all it is an advice to target mid-tier journals for researchs or ordinary journals for researchs do not waste time chasing top tier ones it takes time to get there before you start gather all content such as your results observations research method insights from previous research and importantly your references tip number five is start writing in a skeleton template you can also find at the journals for research’s website prepare a skeleton template of the sections of your article usually sections of an article include title information about authors keywords abstract introduction methods discussion and conclusions you can also mention acknowledgement if there are any you can then easily add content in each section which you can work from as you progress one of the very important tip is to use simple and academic language a simple and clear writing style is good enough and what is crucial to our reviewers and our academic audience are rigorous analysis and well-developed arguments and findings before submission don’t forget to seek feedback from your supervisors language teachers or peers who are good in academic writing to increase the chances of your submission you can also involve a senior researcher in reviewing your draft.

I hope you will find these tips helpful while going through publishing process of your dedicated work thank you.

Global research letters (GRL) can be beneficial in a number of ways when writing an article for a global audience. First off, GRLs frequently have a diverse readership, indicating that they are open to global research. Writing for a GRL can therefore aid in enhancing one’s research’s international prominence. Also, GRLs frequently publish research that is of global significance and relevance, which denotes that the research under consideration is probably of interest to readers around the world.

Second, GRLs frequently feature formatting specifications that are designed with an international audience in mind. To ensure that readers from various linguistic backgrounds may easily understand the research, GRLs, for instance, may mandate that authors write in clear and succinct language. Additionally, GRLs could call for authors to provide background data that enables readers to comprehend the research’s broader implications for many nations or locations. By following these rules, writers can make sure that their study is understandable and pertinent to a worldwide audience, which will boost the impact of their work and help to advance a global dialogue on crucial research issues.

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