10 Blogs that Pay Writers $50+ for Guest Posts

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Here’s a lost of ten websites, blogs, and even a podcast that accept pitches directly from freelance writers.

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Writing Class Radio is “a podcast of a writing class.” The podcast is for people who love true stories, and want to learn about how to write their own stories. They are looking for true and personal stories of 850 to 1,500 words. They pay $50 to $100 to storytellers who are aired on the podcast. For details, read their submissions guidelines.
Apartment Therapy is a home and decor website that features DIY how-to’s, design lessons, expert advice, and shopping guides for creating beautiful homes. According to one payment report, they paid $0.12 per word. To contact them, and to submit, visit this page.
FinancePolice gives personal finance tips that help people make and save more money so that they can become debt free. They are looking for contributors with “unusual and exciting, yet practical, ideas for earning and saving more money.” Contributors can earn up to $50 per post. To learn more, refer to this page.
SparkTraffic is an automated tool that lets users generate thousands of daily visits to their websites. They are looking for tutorials on traffic, online marketing, Alexa, Google analytics, Similarweb, and more. They pay $300 for in-depth tutorials (1,500+ words), $150 for tutorials (750+ words), and $75 for short tutorials (300+ words). For details, visit this page.
MyCampervanHire is a platform that helps travelers with their campervan hires and motorhome rentals throughout New Zealand. They are looking for blog posts of around 1,200+ words. They want contributors to use their creativity and passions for their road trip experiences and transfer them into words. They pay $50 per blog post. For details, visit this page.
Cancer Network provides different views on oncology/hematology through news, articles, blogs, podcasts, and more. They pay $50 for a case with images and a short write-up. They pay $75 for a case posted in their Image IQ section. A case posted in their Image IQ section “must include an image, clinical history, a question with multiple answer choices, and a discussion of the correct answer.” To learn more, visit this page.
New Dream works to empower “individuals, communities, and organizations to transform the ways they consume to improve well-being for people and the planet.” They welcome story ideas from young people regarding their “personal experiences, opinions, and critiques of consumption—from the products we buy and the content we take in from screens, to the air we breathe and the food we eat.” They pay $100 per story, and $50 per phone or online interview where the contributor tells his/her story to New Dream. Details here.
Green Scene Marketing is a cannabis-focused digital marketing agency. They are seeking experienced freelance writers for articles on the following categories: “medical marijuana, concentrates & dabbing, legal news & information, product reviews, strain reviews, cannabis business, culture.” They pay $12 to $50 per article. For more information, visit this page.
Ideas on Fire is “an academic editing and consulting agency offering book editing, indexing, and mentoring services for interdisciplinary academics.” They are seeking pitches for blog posts that give “practical advice for building interdisciplinary, social justice-oriented careers within and beyond the academy.” They pay $70 per post (1,000 to 2,000 words). Details here.
Difford’s Guide is a website that offers engaging information on cocktails, wines, beers, spirits, liqueurs, bars, bartenders, and more. According to one payment report, they paid $0.29 per word. To contact them, refer to this page.



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