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 words. Topics that they feature on their website include mold prevention, mold health effects, indoor air quality and many more.  They pay $200 for Informational articles (2000+ Words) and $300-$400 for Ultimate Guides (3000–4000 words). To contact them, visit this page.

Postmark is a “resource for developers who want to design, send, and receive better and more reliable emails with their applications.” They are looking for writers who can come up with tutorials “that cover broad topics related to transactional email such as delivery, reputation, design, tools, and testing, as well as tutorials for using Postmark with specific languages and systems such as Python, Rails, Laravel, Node, and so on.”  They pay between $200 and $300. For more information, visit this page.

Central Coast Journal publishes “upbeat, feel-good articles concerning nostalgia, local personality profiles, subtle, not heavy-handed humor, travel, book reviews, entertainment and health.” They pay $75 for articles below 850 words with photos and art work and $100 for pieces over 850 words with photos. To learn more, visit this page.

Ednology aims “to bring together the very best education technology and STEAM products, people, projects and partners from around the world under one roof and support schools with overcoming barriers to innovation and digital transformation.” They want writers to share any latest innovations that they’ve discovered. They also pay for social promotion. Blog posts of 600 to 500 words are wanted and they pay £25 ($32) cash / £50 ($64) credit for submission  and £50 ($64) cash / £75 ($96) credit for use. For more information, visit this page.

Fix the photo pays up to $50 for articles on how to edit photos. According to their website, “Our team is looking for guest bloggers that specialize in either photo making technologies or picture editing tools/services.” They are open to other topics too. Payment is between $15 and $50 for articles. To learn more, visit this page.

Freelance-Work-Guide.com focuses on freelance job opportunities around the world. They invite guest posts from writers all over the world. Some of the freelance writing topics they are interested in include: opportunities, training, online jobs, getting online clients, managing your online business, time management, and more. They pay AU$50 for articles of a minimum of 1,000 words. To learn more, visit this page.

Gifts for card players is looking for “chatty, human-interest articles about the game of bridge, game of cards, history of bridge and cards, the love of cards, hosting card parties, and easy instructional ‘list style’ articles with a ‘how to’ angle.” They are accepting Board and Card Game Reviews and “also invite articles on casino play, online casinos, betting systems, how-to articles on playing online, history and stories.” They pay $50 -$100 per accepted article. To contact them, visit this page.

Jamocha Media is a Linked Elite Program. They hire writers for their writing program. Writers take a 30-minute timed exam. If accepted they take a freelancer course (Freelance Bootcamp). Writers who a pass the bootcamp you are matched with a team of their preference. They pay between $0.75-$1.25/word. Learn more, visit this page.

Online Writing Jobs (formally QualityGal.com) is “a freelance writing service that allows writers of all skill levels and experience to write online.” They have an application process that writers have to adhere to. Payment is from $15 to $50. To learn more, visit this page.

Prospect Magazine, based in the UK is looking for “Smart, ideas-led writing on politics, culture, economics and anything else that might reasonably come under the broad rubric of “current affairs.”” They accept a minority of unsolicited pitches. You have to negotiate payment before your piece is accepted. To learn more , visit this page

Psycho Youth is looking for writers who can make memes, write articles and stories, make Youtube videos and more.  As long as you can write basic English you are welcome to submit your work to them. Articles must be at least 800 words long. They pay from $1 to $100.To learn more, visit this page

The Interconnected explores what these digital connections (Emails, Facebook, WhatsApp etc) from a human view, “and how each one of us is learning to live a little better in an age where interconnectedness is the rule, not the exception.” They are looking for “for stories that reflect the human side of creating and maintaining the web.”  Payment is $25 per article and no hard limits on length. To learn more, visit this page.

Re:Fiction publishes articles which deal with the craft, lifestyle and  business of fiction writing. They are looking for articles of 1000 to 1500 words. Payment is $0.06 to $0.10 per word. In effect they pay between $60 and $150. To learn more, visit this page.

Stock News Magazine accepts articles related to “technology, product reviews, accessories, Toys, Kids, Beauty, Health & Wellness, Clothing, Shoes, Jewelry, Sports & Recreation, Automotive & Industry, Handmade and Amazon Launchpad.” Minimum word limit is 800 words. They pay but the amount is not stated on their website. To contact them, visit this page


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