Your abstract is the first thing that readers see regarding your article. You should write your abstract with your particular audience in mind. It would be important to review your abstract after you have chosen the journal you are submitting to. That way you can revise your abstract to the particular audience of the journal. Usually, the submission instructions give the author(s) an idea of word limit for the abstract. They usually ask for key words, as well. These keywords should be 1 the terms most closely related to your research, and also could be used to bolster your article’s optimization in terms of organic ranking on search engines, like Google Scholar.
Garofalo, Mary, "Scholarly Communication: Checklist for Submitting Your Work for Publication." (2022). General Research. 6.