9 Websites that Pay $50+ for Guest Posts

Here’s a list of nine websites that pay $50+ for guest posts. Included is a wide variety of sites, covering topics such as hip-hop, travel, technology, programming, and education. Be sure to refer to each website for submission information — and to carefully study each website before submitting a pitch.

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  1. HotNewHipHop (HNHH) is a website that is a source for hip-hop news, songs, mixtapes, and videos. Payment reports indicate that they pay $0.10 per word. To contact them, refer to this page.
  2. Culture Trip is a startup that operates in travel, media, and entertainment. They inspire people to explore the culture and creativity of the world. Payment reports indicate that they pay up to $0.05 per word. To get in touch with them, visit this page.
  3. MyVaartha.com enables and encourages young entrepreneurs reach their potential with content about entrepreneurship, fundraising, marketing, advertising, and more. They publish stories and informative articles on businesses. They pay guest writers $25 to $50 for articles of at least 1,000 words. To submit a guest post, visit this page.
  4. Geekflare is a tech blog that provides articles focused on cloud computing, web security, hosting, blogging, development, and middleware. They are seeking experienced professional writers for how-to, configuration, troubleshooting, and product information articles. They typically pay $25 to $150 per article. For details, refer to this page.
  5. GenVoice is a telecommunications company that provides a wide range of cloud communication services. They are looking for writers who can contribute 2 to 4 articles per month. They give writers the headline for the articles that they want written. For most of their articles, they target a word count of 2,000 words. They pay 3 to 4 cents per word which comes out to approximately $60 to $80 per article. To learn more, visit this page.
  6. Plus2net offers “articles, tutorials, and free codes on PHP, SQL, Web design, HTML, ASP, JavaScript, PhotoShop for webmasters and programmers.” They divide their articles into three types, which are: basic, advance, and project based. They pay $100 to $600 depending on the quality and the type of content. For details, visit this page.
  7. FusionAuth is a Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) solution. They are “looking for devs to write tutorial posts that show FusionAuth’s code and features in Angular, Python, Rails, Node, and more.” They pay $200 to $500 or more for a post. To learn more, refer to this page.
  8. Hidden Europe is a print magazine that is “dedicated to good travel writing that evokes the spirit of Europe’s diverse landscapes and cultures.” They publish thrice annually. They want articles of 1,700 to 2,000 words. According to one payment report, they paid $0.22 per word. For details, visit this page.
  9. Living Education is an online journal that celebrates and explores issues that are of relevance to homeschooling families. They are “especially interested in articles that highlight unique and innovative paths that the educational journey can take.” They want the articles to be up to about 1,000 words long. They pay $50 per piece. For details, visit this page.


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