Get Paid to Write

Do you want to get paid to write articles from the comfort of your couch while you are watching T.V.? It sounds too good to be true, but it’s not! In fact, many people get paid very well to write articles from the comfort of their own home. Below is a list of sites that will pay you to write articles for them. Please comment any new suggestions below.

HubPages.com

HubPages is by far the best site to get paid. The site already has a PR of 7. The site easily ranks above other sites with minimal effort. The payments are calculated by the amount of traffic you generate to your pages. HubPages utilizes its own advertising platform and Amazon Associates if you want. You can read more here.

iWrtiter.com

With iWriter You get paid when you are done writing the article. With this service, you can build your client base. If you rate high enough its easy to get up to $80  (USD) for a simple 500-word article. You can work as much or as little as you like and you only have to choose topics that you know about. You can read more here.

TextBroker.com

Is writing your passion? Since 2005, Textbroker is the leading provider of unique, custom content. TextBroker.com clients, including publicly traded corporations, small business owners, e-commerce websites, social media communities, and publishing houses, require a broad variety of content. You can read more here.

 

opensource.com

 

Opensource.com welcomes article proposals and submissions from subject matter users or experts, on a range of topics about open source.

Topics include but are not limited to open source software, hardware, projects, and practices. Articles on these topics are published throughout the year, and we also focus on specific series each month. Find out more opensource.com 1

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Write for us. Opensource.com. https://opensource.com/how-submit-article. Accessed July 28, 2017.

WashingtonPost.com

The Post welcomes submissions of opinion articles on any topic for publication in print and online. Submissions must be exclusive to us and can be of any length, though they are unlikely to be accepted if they are longer than 750 words. We do not consider articles sent to other publications or posted online, including on a personal blog, nor do we consider anonymous or pseudonymous submissions. WashingtonPost.com1

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Submit an Op-Ed. Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/submit-an-op-ed/. Accessed July 28, 2017.

Forbes.com

 

Forbes Opinion accepts submissions on any topic related to public policy, politics, arts, and culture, at any length, for online publication. Any article submitted to us must be original and exclusive to Forbes. We will not consider article ideas, but only finished manuscripts.

Submissions should be sent to Forbes.com 1

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Flows C. Submitting An Article To Forbes Opinion. Forbes. https://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2014/02/03/submitting-an-article-to-forbes-opinion/. Published February 3, 2014. Accessed July 28, 2017.