We have a Computer Science and Communication Journal in the college (Journal of Computing and Communication ). We target to publish Research articles in all the disciplines of Computer Science and Communication. We plan to publish two issues per year. Can anyone tell me the ways and means to index the Journal in the google Scholar
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However, I have very ambivalent feelings about it. They organize multiple conferences throughout the year and all are branded as international. At the same time it seems previous conferences really took place and conference proceedings seem somehow decent.
Did anyone visit their conference?
In particular I am looking at "5th International Conference on Research in Business, Management and Economics" (https://www.icrbme.org/)
I would very much appreciate your experiences/opinions.