10 Blogs that Pay Writers $50 to $100+ Per Post

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Here’s a list of ten blogs and websites that pay up to $50 or more for the writing they publish.

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Thanks to Fatima Saif for her research on this article.

Pulp Magazine is “a multimedia sex, sexuality, and reproductive rights publication celebrating this human coil hurtling through time and space.” They are looking for pieces of 1,000 to 1,500 words. They accept articles, interviews, satire, essays, photo essays, etc. They pay $250 for all the work that they accept unless it’s satire and likely not “reported”, in that case they pay $100. For details, visit this page.
The Daily Dot is “the ultimate destination for original reporting on internet culture and life online.” Payment reports indicate that they pay up to $0.15 per word. To contact them, refer to this page.
Writers Bloc is a website that helps writers develop their “writing anonymously, read fantastic stories for free and create collectives with other emerging writers.” They pay a flat of $50 for most of their feature articles (800 to 1,200 words). To learn more, visit this page.
BPO River is “the pathway towards the acquisition of knowledge.” They publish tips, how-to’s, and latest trends on a wide range of topics including technology, travel, business, marketing, and management. They pay $0.05 per word. Details here.
Crypto News covers the latest news on the crypto world and the stock markets. They are looking for writers with experience in technical analysis of stocks to help them with their very large daily workload. They pay $50 to $100 per article. For further information, refer to this page.
Traveling Dad is a family travel website. They pay for assigned posts that offer useful travel information through the point of view of a dad. They want writers who can help traveling dads and moms with every kind of travel including “family travel, business travel, solo travel, multi-generational travel, guy getaways and, a fan favorite, traveling without kids.” For details, visit this page.
Review Geek is a gadget and product review website. They are seeking experienced freelancers who can research products across a broad range of topics. The freelancers must be able to contribute 4 or 5 articles per week. Payment starts at $100 per article (800 to 1,600 words). For details, visit this page.
Sam Ash Spotlight offers music and sound gear news, demos, buyers’ guides, expert advice, artist interviews, and more. They are seeking high quality content about “guitar, bass, drums, keyboards, recording, live sound, DJ, and band/orchestra.” They “accept everything from helpful tips and tricks to in depth product reviews and complete buyers’ guides.” They want articles of least 500 words. They pay up to $50 per article. Details here.
See Chicago Dance is a resource for information on Chicago’s dance scene. They are accepting submissions for their article feature series, Our Readers Write. They want essays of 500 to 800 words about anything related to dance in Chicago. They pay an honorarium of $50 per essay. The deadline for submission is Dec 31, 2019. Details here.
The Manual offers expert guides to men on a wide range of topics including grooming, fashion, travel, outdoors, food, and drink. According to one payment report, they paid $0.09 per word for a 550-word profile or interview. To contact them, refer to this page.

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