Well Family(the New York Times’ parenting blog) pays $100. Buzzfeed has an estimated 168 million unique visitors every month, and they publish a wide variety of topics to keep those visitors entertained and informed. Vox First Person reportedly pays in the $400 range for personal essays of about 1,500 words.
Before I discuss the websites that pay at least $50 to write, let us take a look at some of the frequently asked questions about getting paid to write. This is a very useful post for writers who find it difficult to earn good sum of money by writing. I am also sharing your post on my Facebook account to help your post go viral. Dame reportedly pays $200 for essays. They do accept reported features and other article types, and pay rates may vary for those. Rather than linking to the list we published last fall, we’re posting a comprehensive and updated new list.
It includes detailed, technical information about style guides, formats, code, accessibility and more. If we’d like you to write the post for us, we’ll email you back within 5 days of receiving your inquiry. Note that you’ll need to support your points with data – even if you’re telling your story, you’ll need screenshots and proof to make the post engaging. If we’d like you to write the post for us, we’ll email you back within 5 days of receiving your inquiry.From there, you can write! 🙂 Note that you’ll need to support your points with data – even if you’re telling your story, you’ll need screenshots and proof to make the post engaging.
You will want to have an idea of the tone of the site. The site is informative, relaxed and excited about showcasing good writers. Perhaps you have wanted to try publishing some of your own articles online and don’t know where to start. All links in the post should be to relevant and quality websites.
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I am a beginner, a year to be specific, and still in college. Once you have a good knowledge of your subject and you have some ideas about where you might want to get published, hit me up for a chat. I will show you how to write up your article. Read the articles that are already being published online in the area you are most interested in. If accepted, a development editor is assigned to you in order to help you develop your narrative in accordance with their style guide.
Many sites and magazines will pay you to contribute content. You can earn as much as $300 per article by writing for publications like The Chronicles of Horse, Woodenboat Editorial, etc. The Salt (NPR’s food blog) reportedly pays $200+. Big Grey Horse page $125-$200 for posts about Texas — photos must be included. Texas-based writers are preferred, because the site requires in-person visits.