As the deadline for submissions approaches, many people are trying to fill out a paper-by-paper submission form.
But the process is complicated, and the process can take hours.
Here are some tips to help you get started.1.
Don’t send an email or call.
The more formal your email is, the more time it takes to read and review your email.
That said, it’s always best to write an email to your submission, not to someone else.
The goal is to get in front of the submission, and not a call.
It will save you time and energy.2.
Do not send a paper with an image.
A paper will be more useful to the editor, as it will show them the images, so they can decide whether to accept or reject the paper.
A photograph is also a great way to showcase your work.3.
Use the same cover letter.
It should be the same one you use for a book or a manuscript, but it should be clear and concise.
For example, use a letter from a professor, or a short article from a newspaper. Don