10 Websites that Pay $50 to $150 Per Post

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Thanks to the tireless research by Fatima Saif, here are ten websites and blogs that pay writers $50 to $150, or more for guest posts and articles.

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Documented is a non-profit news website dedicated to covering New York’s immigrants and the different policies that affect their lives. According to one payment report, they paid $0.13 per word. To contact them, visit this page.
Coax is “the digital magazine for people who love projects.” They are seeking short and long-form articles (of 750 to 3,000 words) on the highs and lows of life and projects. They are also seeking feature interviews or creative writing pieces. For long-form articles, they pay $100 per accepted submission. While for other content, they pay $50 per accepted submission. Details here.
Wine-Searcher is a website that offers information on wines. It is a place where users can find and compare wine prices, keep up with wine news, and learn about wine regions and grape varieties. According to one payment report, they paid $0.50 per word for a 1,000-word feature. To contact them, visit this page.
The Revelator is “an online news and ideas initiative of the Center for Biological Diversity.” They cover climate change, endangered species, wildlife, conservation, pollution, and more. For about 1,000 words, they pay $300 to first-time contributors and $350 to returning contributors; they publish one freelance article per week at this rate. They also publish one slightly more involved story per month, for which they pay up to $500. Details here.
Techiediaries is a website that offers tutorials and articles on software and web technologies. They want articles on the topics of “JavaScript, Angular, React, Vue, Ionic, Flutter, React Native, Java, PHP, Python & Django.” They pay $70 for 500 to 750 words, $85 for 750 to 1,500 words, and $105 for 1,500 to 2,500 words. Details here.
Quiltdom is a website about quilting. They pay $25 per post (for a 500-word tutorial) and $5 per photo. As most of their posts have 10 photos, the total amount comes out to around $75 per post. For details, refer to this page.
Spring Framework Guru is a website that offers tutorials on how to use the Spring Framework. They are always seeking people who can write great how-to articles. They pay $35 to $150 per article based on the word count and the skill level of the contributor. To learn more, visit this page.
Crazytel connects the customer’s home or business with their hosted PBX & SIP Trunking products. They are seeking articles on how to setup various devices on their SIP Trunking network. They pay $100 AUD for in-depth tutorials (with screenshots of the device in question) and $50 AUD for short tutorials. For details, refer to this page.
Merry Jane is a digital media platform that covers all things cannabis. They offer news, information, and opinion on cannabis products, dispensaries, community, and events. Payment reports indicate that they pay up to $0.25 per word. To contact their editors, visit this page.
To Do Canada is a website that offers “a guide to things to do, places to go, day trips, weekend getaways, family fun activities, events and entertainment in Canada.” They are looking for freelance writers. They pay $25 to $50 per article. For details, visit this page.

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