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to kill months of their lives, interferes with their job, and unfortunately research-grant, information often become out-of-date.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 quick publish 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