Make sure the journal is indexed in a database, otherwise it will be difficult for others to find your article.
Be wary, too, of disreputable publishers who may falsely claim their journal is indexed in a particular database or with a particular vendor.
Always double check a publisher's claims.
If the publisher tells you that a vendor (EBSCO or ProQuest, for example) indexes the journal--be leery. Vendors like EBSCO and ProQuest produce many different databases; the publisher should provide you with a specific database name.
Find indexing information for your journal in The Serials Directory.
To find where the journal is indexed:
Not enough time to track down this information? Contact an LVC Librarian. We'll be happy to find where the journal is indexed.