Whether you’re a blogger looking to scale your backlinks campaign or a freelance writer looking to build a portfolio, you can get paid.
Following are 10 websites that will pay money for each article you write. Let’s begin.
Fiverr is an excellent marketplace for freelance writers to sell their services and get paid.
A gig is bought every 4 seconds, with freelance writers making between $10 to $10,000 range per project.
You just need to signup and present your gig to the buyers. When a buyer makes the order for you, the money directly goes to Fiverr and will be released as soon as you complete the order.
If you want a steady income from writing, Fiverr is a great place to get started.
Longreads offers long-form content around topics like Business & Tech, Food, Science & Nature, Sports, Arts & Culture, Crime, Books, Current Events, etc.
You can share an already published story or original work and get paid at the industry rate. Essays and guest blogs typically run between 2,000 to 7,000 words. The pieces may be dispatched into a series depending on the word quantity and the topic.
They pay a minimum of $200 upon acceptance, and you can expect $500 to $1000 per essay.
Listverse will pay you $100 for each article you write. With a cosmic 200,000+ social media followers and 450,000+ subscribers, Listverse should top the list of writing sites that pay.
You can pitch to submit original content on subjects like Bizarre (Weird + Creepy + Mysteries), Entertainment (Gaming, Movies, Sports), General Knowledge (History + Facts), Lifestyle, Science, Society, etc.
Copyhackers is one of the go-to platforms for content marketers, startups, and freelancers. So you need to be an expert in these subjects to get paid.
For each successful acceptance, you can expect $300 to $1000.
What you can write?
Small business case studies, blogging, copywriting, marketing and persuasion, freelancing, product design, SEO, email marketing, PPC, etc.
You need to write insightful 2000+ words in a first-person presentation and be solidly engrossing.
5. Photoshop Tutorials
If you’re an expert in Photoshop subject and have something to add value, you can easily earn $150-$300 per full-fledged tutorial.
For each article or an expert roundup, you will have an opportunity to bag $25-$50.
Even busy designers who don’t have time to create a full tutorial but have a quick tip can earn $50.
6. Informed Comment
Informed Comments is a leading publication that delivers authentic stuff about Politics in the Middle East, the U.S, and South Asia, Environment, Energy, Economics, Human rights, and related subjects.
They seek original, topical that center around a single topic and run 800-1200 words. For each piece, you can earn $100 via PayPal.
7. Great Escape Publishing
Great Escape Publishing is a beautiful platform for travel writers and bloggers to get paid $50-$200 for each published article.
Being a travel writer, you are required to share practical stories, recommendations, how-to advice, and time & money-saving tips,
Cracked is America’s Humor site that is looking for topics like Movies, Web series, Zombies, Gaming, Behind the Scenes, Comedy, Interesting History facts, and stuff.
They pay $100 for the first full-length article, and you get to receive $200 for each piece after being accepted for four articles. If your article is among the ten most popular that month, you get a $50 bonus.
9. Envato Tuts+
They will pay $100 – $250 per article/tutorial. It varies if you’re a high-profile author and have extremely valuable to share. Some of their regular authors get paid up to $750 per piece for the quality.
10. International Living
International Living is a publication focusing on global travel tips, income tips, retirement tips, investing, healthcare, and real estate.
They pay you a whopping amount of $225 for 900 words and $350 for 1,600 words. If they decide to use your original and royalty-free photo, you will get $50 to retain rights.
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