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Paid Publishing Opportunities

14 Websites that Pay Writers (Up to to $400)

Here’s a list of 14 websites that pay writers for articles they publish. All of these publications accept submissions directly from freelance writers. — TN Wesley Mold Busters is “a licensed mold removal company in Canada and family owned business since 2005.” They want writers for their website. Articles must be a minimum of 2000…

10 Themed Calls for Short Stories ($100+)

These markets pay $100 for fiction, and some pay significantly more. A few are also open for other genres like non-fiction, poetry, translations, graphic fiction, and reviews. Also see this list of other fiction markets – deadlines are coming quickly. — S. Kalekar Margery de Brus: Today, Tomorrow, Always anthology ­­­­­For this anthology, they want…

31 Feminist Publishers that Pay Writers

Next Show All The following is a big list of thirty one magazines, blogs, and websites that pay for writing on feminist topics. All of these publications accept submissions or queries from freelance writers. Note that some of them may currently be closed to submission, though most are open.The list is in no particular order….

How to Build the Perfect Audience for Your Writing

If you’re anything like me, you get a little bit excited when you finish a piece of writing — and sometimes really excited. It’s part of the joy of writing: producing something you’re proud of, something you want to share with the world. But who are you going to share it with? So many writers…

11 Themed Calls for Short Stories

These are fiction markets paying $50 for fiction, and a few pay significantly more. Some also accept other genres, like non-fiction, poetry and scripts. Also see this link for fiction markets paying $100-500 – several deadlines are coming up. — S. Kalekar Apparition Lit: Ambition ­­­­­This speculative fiction and poetry magazine will open a brief…

20 Publishers that Pay Writers ($50 to $200+ Per Article)

Dear Writers, Here’s a big list of magazines, websites, and blogs that pay writers. This list covers a huge variety of topic, including self-improvement, art, dating, fashion, education, fishing, antique dolls, Los Angeles, travel, survivalism, and more. If you want to earn money as a freelance writer, but don’t know where to start, then I…

12 Christian Publishers that Pay Writers (Up to $450)

  “Too often, feeling intimidated becomes our excuse not to be awesome.” Scott Stratten To submit successfully to Christian writing markets, you need to familiarize yourself with your target publication: read 2-3 issues of your chosen magazine or several articles of online publication. Although you do not have to belong to that particular denomination (for…

 

Case Studies

How I Transitioned to Freelance Writing With LinkedIn

About two years ago, I got the feeling that I needed a change. I needed to do something that scared me. After nearly 13 years in a corporate job doing employee communications for a large hospital system, I decided to take the leap. I became a freelance writer. I started ramping up my online presence,…

Finding Paid Freelance Writing Work Using LinkedIn ProFinder

Case Study by Rebecca Benison. Background: A digital media professional with 7 of years of full-time writing and social media experience wanted to expand her freelance writing portfolio and earn additional income. She had been working full-time for a marketing agency and occasionally took on freelance assignments as offered through her alma mater – she’d…

How I Became a Regular Columnist for My Local Newspaper

Before I found my gig as a regular freelance contributor for a small local paper, I was working as a high school English teacher who enjoyed some sporadic freelance work on the side. I also maintained a blog all about writing, and I had held one regular, paid (albeit small) role as a contributor on…

How One Email Earned Me $825 as a Writer

When I decided to quit my full-time job in an office in New York City and freelance full-time instead, I had worked for two big digital publishing companies and interned for three. I had the promise of a bare minimum of $1,000 per month thanks to a contract with the entertainment division of the first…

How Everytown, USA Became My Travel Writing Goldmine

By Theresa St. John I decided that I wanted to be a journalist/travel writer in 2013. Of course, like many others starting out, I had big dreams and bright, shining stars in my eyes. I thought I’d be traveling to exotic countries, hosted at five-star hotels, spoiled rotten, all on someone else’s dime. And, those…

How I Earn $100 an Hour as a Freelance Writer (Despite Being Plagiarized)

The year was 2012. I was barely three months into my foray into the freelance world, and I was doing okay (or so I thought.) I hadn’t done much research before signing up to take on clients through a job board to bring in a little extra cash. As a stay-at-home mom of two girls,…

How I Earn $60 an Hour as a Freelance Writer

By Megan Headley Three letters leapt out at me when I read the job ad posted on the weekly newsletter of writing opportunities, and it was an acronym I hoped would mean little to other writers perusing the listings: BIM. To me, BIM meant building information modeling, a new type of technology taking over the…