Top 250 Sites That Pay You To Write Updated For 2022

Wouldn’t your writing career catapult if you had an endless list of writing jobs at your disposal? Today we’ll cover online magazines and websites from different niches that pay at least $50 to write. Before that, let’s address some of the key questions about freelance writing. The Worthpoint blog is hiring freelance writers.

Articles selected for publication will be paid $75 via Paypal. Please send the FULL completed article as a Google Drive document to They do not review pitches. VQR magazine that encourages emerging writers. Any kind of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry are considered, except for genre fiction.

This Medium publication will pay $100 per post and up to $200 for an original comic. A Fine Parent will pay up to $50 for practical parenting tips. They sometimes close their submissions so make sure they are open before pitching. Clients get to rate all of the content that is submitted to them.

If you are a funny/smart/creative person, Cracked.com offers a good opportunity to earn some extra cash with article writing. Each article must be well written, accurate, grammatically correct and original content. You will get to view their guidelines so you can be sure to tick all the boxes. Wow will pay up to $150.00 for a 3,000-word feature article. Who Pays Writers reports 20 and 54 cents per word payments, which means, at the very least, you stand to make $600. Who Pays Writers, they offer 50 cents per word for 1,000-word features.

 

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Submissions must be in Word or plain text format, without HTML tags. Read the contributors’ guidelines and style guide before you write your draft, and contact the editor to negotiate pay. But don’t look only at hobby blogs about hobbies — look for businesses with blogs or online articles on the topic, too, because they may have a bigger budget. Awesome List, being a freelance writer myself, I was unaware of most sites listed above. Tried Listeverse a few months back, but I think they have stopped accepting articles from Asian or Indian writers.

You’ll find freelance job portals very helpful since employers themselves are posting updated jobs. All you have to do is to create a writer’s account and start browsing job offers. What to write about, there aren’t too many limits. “We cover everything from professional sports to American history to how to pack a canoe,” read the submission guidelines. Most of all, it should be entertaining to the scouts it’s aimed at.

You can send them either a completed article or an article pitch along with your bio and a few writing samples. There’s a lot more to this process, so check out the “write for us” page for more details. They offer a generous payment of $200 per article, and you may even get 50 bucks for a poetry submission. Just make sure you follow the guidelines carefully if you want your work to be considered. This is an online magazine with well-researched articles based on science. A review needs to be around 500 words long.

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