Predatory Journals Lists
The impact factor (IF) or journal impact factor (JIF) of an academic journal measures the yearly average number of citations to recent articles .It is meant to measure the prestige or influence of a journal.
There a several ways to measure impact factor:
Beware of the Copernicus Value impact factor. Jeffrey Beall found that it included many worthless measures and described it as a "pretty worthless measure."
Where is the journal indexed? Check out databases in your field.
What are the top scholarly societies in the field? You might want to focus just on them.