As a research scientist, publishing peer-to-peer reviews in an indexed journal is time-consuming. Subsequent to research investigation, frustration is widely shared that researchers are increasingly questioning the long time it takes to publish their articles; and feel trapped in a big cycle of submission, rejection, review, and re-review that seems to kill months of their lives, interferes with their job, and unfortunately research-grant, information often become out-of-date.
Nowadays research scientists are more likely to prefer and consider a rapid review and quickly publish a journal. However, you should beware of those bogus journals that are just looking for a profit, and which can be easily identified by carefully look into the contents of the website.
Here, I would like to recommend that you submit your work to the “International Journal of Research and Engineering IJRE.org, which are “open access”, “double-peer review”, “indexed” by Google Scholar, Academia, Research-gate, Copernicus, and more. These are loved by most researchers for the fast-track review and quick publication process, and most importantly; all this adds up to a shorter period of acceptance notification.
Prof. David S. C. Eisenberg, MIT