$50 For Guest Writing on These Blogs


I receive these writing gigs in my email almost every day. So I thought, wouldn’t it be better to share? So from now on, When I receive them, I’ll share with you. See below.

Here are seven blogs and websites that accept submissions/pitches directly from writers — and pay up to $50, and sometimes more, for the writing they publish.

We’ve researched payment rates to give you an idea of what to expect from each publisher, though you may still need to negotiate payment.

Before sending a proposal or an article, be sure to carefully study the publication and tailor your pitch to their specific needs. This will go a long way to ensuring success.

— Jacob Jans (With research by Fatima Saif)

LadyQs.com aims to provide a safe community where women can seek the best answers to all of their questions. They accept content from authors of any age, gender, orientation, race, nationality or creed. They pay for original unpublished nonfiction. They pay a standard rate of $50 which may be higher for content that is lengthier or more unique. For more information, visit this page.

Preaching is a website that provides resources for pastors and church leaders. Virtually all of their content is written by pastors and college or seminary faculty. For feature articles of 2,000 to 2,500 words, they pay an honorarium of $50. For sermon manuscripts of 1,500 to 2,000 words, they pay $35. For sermon briefs (abridged sermons) of about 600 words, they pay $30 and for past masters (biographical treatments of renowned preachers of the past), they pay $50. For further details, read their guidelines for writing submissions.

Now What? is a monthly e-zine which contains “personal experience stories that show people’s struggles that either led them to faith in Christ or deepened their walk with God.” Some of their stories also include resources for addictions, mental illness, grief, etc. Their feature articles and personal experience stories are 1,000 to 1,500 words long. On publication, they pay an honorarium of $25 to $65. Further details can be found here.

Matador Network is the largest independent travel publisher in the world. They have “inspired millions of readers to become fearless travelers and better-informed, more engaged global citizens.” Payment reports suggest that they pay an average of $0.06 per word. To learn more, refer to this page.

Your Genealogy Today is a Toronto-based resource guide for genealogical research. They provide their readers with techniques and sources for discovering their ancestors. They prefer articles that are 700 to 800 words long and have a picture. They pay $0.08 per word and $7.00 per photo, image, visual etc. To find out more, read their author guidelines.

The Salt is a food blog from the National Public Radio (NPR) Science Desk. They cover “food news from the farm to the plate and beyond.” Payment reports suggest that they pay up to $0.40 per word. To send a pitch, visit this page.

Craft is an online publication that focuses on the “craft of writing and how those elements make a good story great.” They have two separate submission categories based on the submitted work’s length. These categories are flash fiction (for work less than 1,000 words) and short fiction (for work less than 7,000 words). For flash fiction, they pay their writers a flat rate of $100, while for original short fiction, they pay $0.10/word up to $200. For more details, refer to this page.


Source: //www.freedomwithwriting.com


Don’t be stingy. Please share with others who might need this. Happy Wednesday to you

About Karo Oforofuo

Karo Oforofuo is an experienced freelance writer, an author of several fiction books, and a blogger at pelleura.top, where she entertains readers with mouth-watering stories, and business tips for writers. She also specializes in helping authors who want to start and grow their reader base, through consulting sessions. When she’s not working, she’s busy reading the next best paranormal romance novel or writing one.

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