Library articles databases are a great resource for locating journals for publication. Another library resource for identifying journals to publish in is Cabell's Directories of Publishing Opportunities..
Here are some considerations for selecting a journal for publication:
Is the publisher legitimate? You want to avoid potentially predatory publishers.
Style & Methodology: Is your research a good fit? For example, does the journal only publish articles with large datasets?
Open Access journals might enjoy a higher readership because they aren't hidden behind paywalls.
Submission considerations such as the time to review your article and acceptance rates are important because you can only submit articles to one journal at a time.
Contacting the editor can help you determine if your article is a good fit for the journal.
Explore 1. Identifying Possible Journals and 2. Important Considerations When Selecting A Journal for detailed advice