No idea what's going on with that second post and I'm not entirely sure what the first post is after either but I'm going to make a suggestion.
The easiest way to get published (assuming you've written an article to a high standard and your science isn't crap) is to avoid trying to hit the highest impact factor journal. The reason is that every person and their mangy flea bitten dog will be trying to do the same thing believing their work to be capable of changing the world overnight. I know people who spent more than a year trying to get published in these journals, having to jump through countless hoops and having to deal with hilarious levels of snobbery and borderline abuse from reviewers. The cost to their stress levels was way too high for the reward.
A journal which is a couple of notches down in impact factor will review and publish your work faster. The longest I ever had to wait was about 8 weeks from submission to full acceptance. It wasn't stress or abuse free but it was at least fast, leaving me to get on with my research. I'd like to thank John Nash (Beautiful Minds film and Fields Medal winner) for that concept :-)
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