You're likely already aware of the most important journals in your field and for your specialty- you read and cite them all the time! These might be aspirational publication outlets or ones which you already have a relationship with.
When seeking to learn more about other journals and publishers for your research, you might choose to use a tool like Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities; Cabell has two sections: The Journalytics section provides information about how to publish in academic journals, including submission guidelines, the review process, and acceptance rates. The Predatory Reports section provides insight into journals that have been flagged as engaging in potentially predatory practices and reports on what the red flags in their practices are.
Provides information about how to publish in academic journals, including submission guidelines, review process and acceptance rates. Also includes "Predatory Reports" section, which lists journals and publishers that engage in potentially predatory behaviors.
Through a declaration and various initiatives, DORA recognizes the limitations of how research and scholarly outputs are traditionally assessed and seeks to create robust alternatives alongside responsible use of traditional assessment metrics.