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Earn money ($50-$1000) by writing article for these 100+ websites

Before you start, you might think why these websites pay you so much. You might also wonder what are the things they are looking for in return. So in this first chapter, we will cover why and what?

First Why??

Reasons are pretty simple. It reduces their staffing cost. Because they will have to hire fewer content writers and editorial team. Second, the most important reason is traffic. The writers when get published generally share those articles in many places. This creating buzz for the sites.

Another very important reason is quality. It is very obvious that any website cannot hire all the good content writers. But when they pay on per article basis they have an option to select the best one.

Now you understood why they pay. Let’s talk what they expect from you.

High-Quality Contents

These websites generally get tons of traffic in their niche. They have a loyal user base which they have created over the years. They will not allow any contents which are of inferior quality. Also, they have a luxury of selecting the best content. Thousands of content writer submit amazing content every month. They choose only the best. So if you are not able to create quality content, don’t write for them.

No plagiarism

These websites hate plagiarism. Whether big or small, every website wants to have their content unique. Unique contents help these websites to provide value to their users. So always check for plagiarism before submitting to these websites. There are plenty of free and paid tools available in the market. You can check Copyscape.

Accurate Grammar

Most of these websites are service native English countries like US or UK. So it is very important for all the freelancing writers to be 100% accurate with the grammar. Also, perfect grammar helps these website o rank higher on Search Engines. You can use free tools like Grammarly which will help you to get this done.


One of the thing which most of the freelancer writer have to keep in mind is readability. How well anyone reading your blog can understand your message. So once you have done drafting your first copy make sure you check on Hemingway app. It is a pretty cool app and helps you to format your entire article. It gives you the readability index which will help you to rate your article. Grading is a bit confusing for beginners there.

Make sure your Grade score is as low possible. It does not mean that your content is of poor quality. But it means that even grade 5 kid can understand your content. That shows the clarity of your content.

Your Personal Website

It is not must have criteria, but it always helps. While reviewing your content these websites will have more confidence in your work. They can check your website. See all the works you have done. They can also check the client section and portfolio section. Also, some of the websites allow you to put an author link. You can link this to your personal website. It will help you to get more direct clients which pay much higher.

You can check out the course “How to create killer website for freelancers that converts”

1) ThePennyHoarder

The first website is Penny Hoarder. This website talks about how to make money online, top deals, affiliate marketing and save money.

What they are looking for

They are looking for freelance writers who have fun, unique ideas for earning or saving money. We’d love to hear your personal experience, especially if you can share detailed numbers, strategies, and advice.

Types of post they want

They are looking for contents related to DIY, Life and Recipe Guide, Success Stories and Unique Job Ideas, Eating/travel/life on a budget and smart money guides. The post length should be around 700-800 words


They generally pay above $100 depending upon the views your content got. They also allow a link back to your website. They get more than 2 million views every month. You can use to get some traffic back to your website as well.

Website – ThePennyHoarder

2) Funds for Writers

This website is all about EARNING A LIVING AS A WRITER. So you can write about all the things which can help the writers in having a better life.

What they are looking for 

They are looking for the articles which can help writers to make money. It can be through affiliates, paid writing jobs or contests. Contests and markets must pay at least $200 flat rate or first prize or at least 10 cents/word.

Types of post they want

They are looking for post related to below topics

  • ideas on breaking into a particular market (but try to avoid one vendor/publication)
  • pointers on winning contests
  • unique ways to develop an income with words
  • success stories with ideas for others
  • profitable business practices related to writing
  • seasonal material affiliated with particular markets
  • grant success stories
  • nonprofit partnerships
  • unique markets
  • unusual writing income ideas
  • anything to help a writer make a dollar penning words
  • a dash of humor, if possible; a positive note and a happy ending


FundforWriters pays $50 for the unpublished article and $15 for reprints.

Website – FundsforWriters

3) Doctor Of Credit

As the name suggests it is a finance blog. They cover topics like credit cards, travel card and much more. The best thing about this blog is that if your initial blogs are well received by the audience you become a regular contributor.

What they are looking for 

They are looking for freelancer writers who are Lawyers (or have a very good understanding about legalities ) or Manufactured spender or Unique credit card finders.


You get paid $50 for every article which gets approved. If you become a regular contributor they give you the access to the WordPress backend, so you can write and post articles directly. Regular contributors get a flat fee for each article they post and a revenue share based on the number of visits an article gets. The flat fee is dependent on how long the article is and how hard it would’ve been to put together.

Website – DoctorOfCredit

4) WritersWeekly

WritersWeekly focuses on “selling” the written word. It is very similar to FundsforWriters which we discussed earlier.

What they are looking for

They seek articles on how to make more money doing what you love….writing! They are also interested in other forms of home-based businesses and self-employment that may result from writing, such as self-publishing, corporate writing, ghostwriting, etc. All ideas that help writers support themselves performing the work they love are warmly welcomed.

Types of post they want

Corporate writing, writing for markets of a specific genre (with links to those markets’ guidelines, and information on how much they pay), unique book marketing ideas, and anything that isn’t already done-to-death in the industry. The length should be around 600 words. They also publish freelance success story which should be around 400 words.


They pay $60 for 600 words and $40 for a reprint of a standard article. For a success story, they pay $40.

Website – WritersWeekly

5) ListVerse

This is one of the best websites. The only article which gets published here is in the form of a list. They cover literally any list you can think of in this world.

What they are looking for

There are looking for the articles which can be described in the form of list. The minimum number of items per article is 10. You can send them anything as top 10 or top 20 of anything.


They have a simple payout system. They pay $100 for every approved article.

Website – Listverse

6) Back To College

Back to College® is a news and information resource for adult re-entry students pursuing professional development or an advanced degree.

Types of post they want

They feature articles that address issues of importance to the older student: obtaining financial aid, on campus and online education, finding the right program, graduate school, or attaining academic excellence (study skills and success strategies). Career management and articles on successful transition are appreciated. They are looking for stories on the re-entry student experience. Articles may be anecdotal or include examples and resources where readers can obtain more information. The article length they are looking at is 1000-1500 words.


The payout is pretty generous. They pay around $55 per article

Website – BackToCollege

7) Belt Magzine

This website has two division. First is an online magazine and the other one is Book Publication. You can write for both of them

Types of post they want

They accept Rust Belt related pitches for features, articles, commentaries and first-person essays for magazines. They also accept proposals for a nonfiction book.


The payout varies a lot here. You will have to negotiate with them. You can get anywhere between $50 to $500

Website – BeltMagazine

8) Income Diary

Income Diary is all about making money online. They publish articles related to building websites, making money, driving traffic and SEO hacks.

Types of post they want

  • Creating great content
  • Interviews with experts
  • Buying/Selling websites
  • Driving traffic to websites
  • Search engine optimization
  • Creating awesome websites
  • Blog design features and functionality
  • Creating information & digital products
  • Making money from websites, blogs & forums
  • Affiliate marketing and selling things through websites as an affiliate
  • Social media, anything to do with Facebook & Pinterest goes down well


They pay up to $200 depending upon the depth of the article.

Website – IncomeDiary

9) LabMice

LabMice is part of the Windows Network of sites from TechTarget. They provide a definitive guide to online resources for IT Professionals who deploy, manage, and support Microsoft products and services.

Types of post they want

They are looking for Field Notes, Best Practices, lessons learned, white papers, written material, guidelines, how-to’s, technical explanations, etc. about almost any IT topic including Windows 2000 Administration, Computer Security, Technical Project Management, etc


They have a variable payout. It depends on lots of factors such as quality, length etc. Typically you will be paid $60-$100 per article. You can further negotiate if you are an industry expert.

Website – LabMice

10) Photoshop Tutorials

This website talks in and out about Photoshops. They are multiple tutorials and how-tos on different topics of Photoshop.

Types of post they want

They publish two types of post. First one is quick tip and the second one is a detailed tutorial on any particular topic.


The payout is good. They pay $50 for the quick tip and $150-$300 for detailed tutorials.

Website – ThePhotoshopTutorials


11) The Travel Writers Life

It is an ultimate blogging platform for travels. Lots of stories and personal experience are shared on this blog. This site is dedicated to get-paid-to-travel opportunity: travel writing

Types of post they want

Great Escape Publishing publishes articles on the craft and business of getting paid to travel, whether by writing, photography, tours or other means. They also publish short interviews with successful readers and members, as well as professionals working in a field that enables their readers to get paid to travel. the length of posts should be around 300 – 600 words.


They pay $50-$75 for articles we request for the website, $100-$150 for interviews and personal stories, and $150-$200 for articles with specific income advice a reader can print and follow to earn more income. We pay on a variable scale depending on length/complexity of article/feature.

Website – TravelWritersLife

12) UX Booth

This is the platform where web designer collaborates. The UX Booth is a publication by and for the user experience community. Their readership consists mostly of beginning-to-intermediate user experience and interaction designers, but anyone interested in making the web a better place to be is welcomed there.

Types of post they want

They consider posts which can help UX designer to make a website better in term of design. The post length will be around 1200-1800 words.


The payout is not specified. You will have o negotiate with them. However, it is around $100.

Website – UXBooth

13) Viator Travel Blog

Viator, a TripAdvisor company, is the leading global tours and activities provider for travelers. We offer online and mobile access to thousands of curated trip activities — including tours, attractions, shore excursions and private guides — in more than 2,300 destinations world wide.

Types of post they want

In this, you have to join their writer’s database and they will let you know if they need any blog for the same.Blog length is around 1000-1500 words.


They generally pay $100-$150 per article.

Website – Viator Travel Blog

14) Cracked

This is very similar to Buzzfeed and Viralnova. They create viral content and generate tons of traffic.

Types of post they want

It is all about being humorous. The funnier post you post, the better it is. Just focus on creating a viral content.


They have an excellent payout system. For every approved article you make $100 initially which goes up to $200. They also pay $50 for small articles which they call as a quick fix.

Website – Cracked

15) Webloggerz

This website is all about WordPress. It has lots of useful contents related to WordPress themes, plugins and so on.

Types of post they want

They accept contents related to WordPress Guides, WordPress Reviews, WordPress Plugins or WordPress Tutorials.


You can fix your own price here and tell them your price per word. If they like the quality of content they will pay at your price.

Website – Webloggerz

16) Bootsnall

Bootsnall is a travel blog. BootsnAll provides inspiration and resources to get you on the road.

Types of post they want

The BootsnAll community loves independent travel no matter what form it takes. So if you are an independent travel and would like to share your story, this is the perfect platform.


They pay $50 for every published article.

Website – Bootsnall

17) A List Apart

This is one of the oldest internet company working since 1998. It explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices.

Types of post they want

A List Apart works in the collaboration of web designers, developers, content strategists and information
architects. So any article related to this niche is more than acceptable. They prefer three type of article.

  1. Features (1,500–2,500 words). Meets most rigorous content and editorial criteria; runs with a custom illustration.
  2. Articles (600–1,500 words). More casual in tone and content. Great for less-intensive tutorials and posts.
  3. Mini-articles (500–600 words). Short and sweet.

All should be well-considered explorations of current and cutting-edge topics in the web industry.While pitching to them provide as much information as possible.


They pay $50 per mini-article, $100 per article, and $200 per feature.

Website – AListApart

18) Make a Living Writing

Make a Living Writing is Carol Tice, an award-winning, fun-loving freelance writer living in the Seattle area. This blog is all about helping writers to make more money.

Types of post they want

  • Lists of niche-topic online sites that pay:Top priority right now is lists of 10-20 or more paying online markets on a specific topic or theme, with notes on their style and how to pitch them. Here’s a great example. These need to have new leads, not just well-known paying sites we’ve all seen many times before.
  • Market reports:What it’s like to write for specific online websites and emerging platforms, including interviews with the company and successful writers on the platform.
  • Editor Q&As:What do editors really want? Talk to several in a niche and share it with us.
  • Social media marketing success stories:On established or emerging platforms, from Facebook and Instagram to Blab.
  • Move up and earn more:First-person stories of how you found your first good-paying client, raised your rates, up-sold a client big projects, or broke into a new, better-paying type of writing; where to find better clients and how to get them to hire you.
  • Productivity:Fresh techniques, tips, tools, or insights on time management/overcoming procrastination/committing/avoiding distractions/staying motivated
  • Writing craft:Concrete approaches and exercises for improving your writing, overcoming dry spells/writer’s block, figuring out what to write about
  • Self-publishing success stories:Would love to hear from writers doing well marketing and selling their e-books.
  • Juggling:First-person stories on balancing a full-time or part-time day job with the freelance writing.
  • Making the leap:How to make the transition to full-time freelancing.
  • Resources/tools/best sites:Seeking longer, 50-100 item resource posts for freelance writers.
  • Blogging:How to get more traffic, build your list, guest post, conversion, using blogging to get freelance clients (should be backed with data/screenshots/social proof).
  • Overcoming Fear:New techniques, and first-person stories on how to do freelance marketing or put your writing out there despite fears, how to build confidence.
  • Breaking in:How/where to find good beginner markets that pay.


Current Payout is $75 to $150 per article depending upon the length and depth of the article.

Website – MakeALivingWriting

19) Smashing Magazine

Founded in September 2006, Smashing Magazine delivers useful and innovative information to Web designers and developers. Their aim is to inform readers about the latest trends and techniques in Web development. They try to persuade you not with the quantity, but with the quality of the information.

Types of post they want

They mostly publish articles related to web development, web design, and latest technology. They are interested in valuable tips, tricks, ideas or techniques in the topic mentioned.


They have a variable payout structure. You have to negotiate with them. Average payout is somewhere between $50-$200

Website – SmashingMagazine

20) CodeTut+

Most of the developer out there must be knowing about this website. They are one of the most popular avenues for developers. They have thousands of free tutorials and online courses to help you learn software development from mobile devices to web applications and everything in between.

Types of post they want

They aim to publish content on Tuts+ Code that focuses specifically on web development technology. This includes anything and everything from PHP, Ruby, server-side JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, document-based database systems, and everything in between. No matter what you’re familiar with be it in your day-to-day, your hobby work, or both, we’re likely looking to run it.


They have fixed rate of $100 per quick tip tutorials and $250 per regular tutorials

Website – CodeTut+

21) WPTut+

This is the sister company of codeTut+. This website is all about WordPress. The parent company Envato owns one of the biggest marketplaces Themeforest, for WordPress Themes and Plugins.

Types of post they want

They are looking for WordPress tutorials, Quick tips, and premium level tutorials/screencast.

  • WordPress Specific Tutorials
  • Favorite Code Snippets (custom blocks of useful homebrew code)
  • Theme Development tips, tricks, or tutorials
  • Plugin Development tips, tricks, or tutorials
  • In-depth Standards, Best Practices, and other “WordPress Culture” type articles


They have an excellent payout structure.

  • $150per tutorial for the first month.
  • $175per tutorial from the second month onwards, with a pay review after six months.
  • $60per Quick Tip
  • $300-$500for “Premium” level tutorials/screencasts

Website – WPTut+

22) VectorTut+

This is another child company of Envato. They publish content on Vectortuts+ focusing on vector applications such as Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Sketch app and Inkscape.

Types of post they want

They are looking for post in following areas

  • Adobe Illustrator: the industry leader in vector graphics
  • Adobe InDesign: creating print design and digital publishing
  • Inkscape:it’s free and it creates vector
  • Sketch app: a recent contender to the vector community with plenty of features we want to educate on
  • CorelDRAW: a vector application that readers are always hungry for more
  • Typography focused content: looking for a solid typography orientated author


Their rates start at $50-75 USD per quick tip tutorial and $150-200 USD per regular tutorial. They are willing to discuss rates for more high profile artists and educators.

Website – VectorTut+

23) Digital Ocean

Digital is the leading provider of cloud based hosting platform. They also have a very active community of developers, Linux and Unix enthusiasts.

Types of post they want

DigitalOcean is building a comprehensive collection of tutorials about open-source software deployment, configuration, and development. If you have technical knowledge, a knack for explaining things, and drive to help other system administrators and software developers you can think of writing for them


Most new tutorials are paid out at $200; production-focused topics may be paid out at up to $300. Updates for existing tutorials, such as distribution changes, are typically paid out at $50 to $100 based on the changes and technical content.

Website – DigitalOcean

24) Write Naked

Write Naked is a private blog of Tara Lynne Groth. In her blog, you will find about freelancers life, tips for working editor and many other topics related to freelance writing.

Types of post they want

  • Interviews
    Want to connect with a literary agent? Offer to interview them here. Or interview a freelancer, author or editor. Any figure in publishing is a good interviewee to feature on Write Naked.
  • Publishing Trends
    Notice a particular genre of fiction is hot right now? Are two big publishing houses merging–how will this affect authors? Suggest a post on topics along these lines.
  • Day-in-the-Life of a Writer
    Feature a day in your life that illustrates how varied a writer’s life can be. View a sample here.
  • Writing Essentials
    Do you have insight on copyright you want to share? Did you traditionally publish and then self-publish, or did your article turn into a book? Were you called in for jury duty? Tell me.
  • Behind the Pen
    Did you self-publish and sell 5,000 copies or more of your book? Find a way to save time and bill more as a freelancer? Pitch a tip or three.


Guest bloggers on Write Naked receive $50.00. Posts run 450-650 words. In certain case, they even receive $200 if the editorial team is impressed.

Website – WriteNaked

25) SitePoint

SitePoint is E-learning platform. It has tons of contents, courses, Ebooks related to various technologies. They cover extensively HTML, CSS, SAAS, Java, PHP, Design, UX, WordPress and SEO.

Types of post they want

They looking for contents related to HTML, CSS, and SAAS. They also consider topics

  • Developer tools
  • Git, GitHub, and open source
  • Performance
  • Browser stats/trends
  • Task runners (Grunt, Gulp, etc.)


SitePoint pays $150 for articles and $200 for tutorials. A tutorial is generally any in-depth article that has either a demo or code download link or that is very code-heavy in general, even if it doesn’t have an actual demo. They are also willing to pay $300 or more for articles and tutorials that are lengthier and that they feel will do well traffic-wise.

Website – SitePoint

26) Sex.Etc.

Sex, Etc. is on a mission to improve teen sexual health across the country! Each year, five million young people visit, and over 45,000 read our magazine to get honest and accurate sexual health information. They have helped teens with answers to their question about sex, relationships, pregnancy, STDs, birth control, sexual orientation and more!

Types of post they want

All the article which deals with the sex education related to sex, relationships, pregnancy, STDs, birth control, sexual orientation.


They pay $75 for every published article.

Website – SEX.ETC

27) International Living

International Living magazine aims at providing a scope and depth of information about global travel, living, retiring, investing, and real estate that is not available anywhere else at any price.

Types of post they want

This is an exclusive portal for the people who are living in different parts of the world. They expect post related to beaches, mountains, and countryside. They love stories which inspire people to travel.


Payment is upon publication. International Living buys all rights and they pay $250 for 840 words and $400 for 1,400 words. They pay $50 if they use your photograph.

Website – InternationalLiving

28) The Change Agent

The Change Agent is a biannual magazine for adult educators and learners published by the New England Literacy Resource Center (NELRC) at World EducationThe Change Agent was conceived in 1994 as a tool to help teachers and learners apply advocacy skills in response to impending federal funding cutbacks for adult education.

Types of post they want

The Change Agent features writing by adult learners. They give the topic and deadline. You have to submit that article in that timeline. Suggested length is 200-1000 words.


They pay $50 stipends to adult education students whose work is accepted for publication

Website – TheChangeAgent

29) DesertUSA is a website for those who love the desert. It is maintained by Digital West Media, Inc., a San Diego-based multi-media company. Digital West Media, Inc. designs and produces information-based products such as software products, e-books, and Web sites.

Types of post they want

Wildlife (Natural History)
A feature consisting of 1200 to 1500 words dealing with a specific animal or plant species, biome, or ecosystem. First or third person is preferred with an emphasis on education, wildlife conservation, and personal experience. We want our readers to learn while being entertained. Photos are required unless agrees to provide them.

Native American & Southwest Arts & Crafts
Art is an important part of southwest cultural history. Features on this topic range from 1200 to 1500 words, photos are required. First or third person is accepted. Some examples of topics include; Navajo rugs, pottery, jewelry, Katchina dolls, sand painting, tools of Native Peoples, etc. Photographs are required.

Almost any outdoor activity can become an adventure. Adventure features are approximately 1200 to 1500 words and are written from a personal experience perspective. Do not give lengthy descriptions of how to get to the location, this information can be put in a sidebar titled Travel Notes. The article should focus on your interpretation of the activity, plants and animals you see along the way, and the geology of the location of your adventure. Rock climbing, river rafting, back road auto tours, are all adventures type activities which can be turned into exciting adventure stories. Photographs are required.

Whether a small charming town, scenic park, deserted ghost town or a remote location off the beaten track, DesertUSA wants readers to learn about it. Travel features range from 1200 to 1500 words and interpret a location where travelers can visit. First or third person is acceptable. Content should focus on what there is to see and do when a visitor travels to this special place. What type of plants and animals can a traveler see along the way? Are there any unusual geological features or points of interest that are a must see? Personal perspective and experience make the article more interesting and help readers get a better sense of the place you are writing about. Photographs required.

Features ranging from prehistoric and native American cultures to current history occurring within the last few hundred years is included in this section. Ancient cultures, historical sites, legendary trail blazers, explorers, settlers, cowboys, are examples of cultural history topics. Historical features range from 1200 to 1700 words and a list of sources is required. Photographs are required.

Desert Lore
Stories of lost mines, ghosts, hidden treasures, and mysterious ships seen in the shifting desert sands all qualify as desert lore. Features should be 1000 to 1500 words and include a source list and notes on any fictional content. Photographs are required.


They pay $50 per article with photos.

Website – DesertUSA

30) Matador Network

Matador is yet another travel blog which is very popular. More than a blog it is a community of travel journalists, filmmakers, athletes, photographers, and writers producing original stories and videos on people, place, music, sports, and culture worldwide.

Types of post they want

They love to publish articles that are related to original writing and visual storytelling about travel, culture, and political commentary. The article length should not be more than 15oo words.


The payout is variable there varying from $20 to $60.

Website – MatadorNetwork

31) Perceptive Travel

It is yet another very popular travel magazine established in 2006. that is home to some of the best travel stories from award-winning authors, narrative articles that dig deeper and explore beyond the surface. It wins top awards on a regular basis and is a staple of “best travel writing” anthologies. Each monthly online magazine issue is filled with unique perspectives from around the globe, written by professional travel writers who are book authors.

Types of post they want

They accept post only from renowned travelers who has at least one book published in hardcopy. They also accept blog from authors who have at least one Kindle publication which is more than $2. The story or article should revolve around personal experience traveling around the world. The length should be around 1200-2000 words


They pay $100 per article.

Website – Perceptive Travel

32) Tales To Go

This is yet another travel publication platform. Tales To Go delivers travel stories just the way you like to read them, with no ads, pop-ups, fancy graphics, or unwieldy media files.

Types of post they want

They are looking for personal, nonfiction stories and anecdotes—funny, illuminating, adventurous, frightening, or grim. Stories should reflect that unique alchemy that occurs when you enter unfamiliar territory and begin to see the world differently as a result. Previously published stories are welcome, as long as you retain the copyright.


They pay $50 per article.

Website – TalesToGo

33) MedHatter

MedHatter looks like a newsletter; feels like a blog. They are a platform for common folk to air their concerns and for suppliers to educate and understand their customers. Visitors are linked by subject matter rather than location, and as health matters apply to everyone, geographical borders don’t exist.

Types of post they want

They are looking for articles related to health, beauty, wellness, and travel. They also love to publish interviews with doctors, patients, and celebrities.


They generally pay $50 per article. You can discuss with the editorial team.

Website – MedHatter

34) ACHS

ACHS is one of the few accredited colleges specializing in online holistic health education, with undergraduate and graduate certificate, diploma, and degree programs.

Types of post they want

They are looking for a blog post of length 600-1000 words related to holistic health and wellness. You receive full credit for your blog post and hence establishing you as an expert.


You receive $50 per post

Website – ACHS

35) Knoji

Knoji is visited by over 1 million consumers each month who are seeking information on products, reviews, and companies. They aim to provide unique and differentiated insight into products and services to help shoppers make better purchasing decisions when comparing products and services online.

Types of post they want

They are seeking writers who have a knack for doing online research, who have a good product sense, and who can break down and simplify complex issues for the average consumer. You should also have a portfolio of work published on mainstream, recognizable websites or offline publications.


You will earn between $50 to $200 per article (approximately $0.08 to $0.30 per word)

Website – Knoji

36) BabyFit is owned and operated by SparkPeople Inc., a leading online preventive health company. Our goal is to help as many people as possible reach their goals and lead meaningful lives. All of our programs are medically sound, completely free of charge, community-based and accessible. BabyFit.comspecializes in the areas of fitness and nutrition within the context of pregnancy and parenting.

Types of post they want

BabyFit articles generally fall into the broad categories of Nutrition, Fitness, Pregnancy or Post-partum (parenting). Article length should be 500-1200 words. To see the articles we have in each section of the site, use the following links.

  • Nutrition:Covers pregnancy-specific nutrition, family and child nutrition, food safety, eating away from home, healthy eating habits, meals and food choices, buzz-worthy research, quick and easy tips, seasonal and holiday tips, and special concerns.
  • Fitness:Pregnancy-specific exercise, safety, family and lifestyle, special concerns, tips and strategies for busy parents, and specialty workouts.
  • Pregnancy & Post-Partum:Motivation for healthy living, parenting & baby care, breastfeeding, and general pregnancy topics


Freelancers are typically paid between $25 and $90 per piece, based on experience, credentials, and writing ability, and are required to carry their own professional liability insurance.

Website – BabyFit

37) Piedmont Parent

Piedmont Parent magazine is made for parents like you — local, engaged, involved. Free and locally published since 1997. Their monthly publications, website, newsletters and social media networks are created to help make life easier for parents navigating life in the Triad.

Types of post they want

They cover a wide range of topics such as Things to do, health and development, education, directories, Lifestyle, and parenting. Any article related to this will be accepted. The length should be around 500-1200 words.


The payout is not very clear. However, they generally pay $35 -$100 per article.

Website – PiedmontParent

38) Wow Women Writing

WOW! is a global magazine, designed to support women’s creativity, energy, blood, sweat, and tears, throughout all stages of the writing process. They envision Wow! being a favorite watering hole for professionals, the up-and-coming, and the recipients of their labors–the avid readers.

Types of post they want

If you write any related woman they might be interested. You can send them an email as a query and they will respond accordingly on what they are looking for this particular edition.


They generally pay $50-$75 per article. However, if the article is in-depth you can negotiate further.

Website – WowWomenWriting

39) Linode

Linode is cloud hosting platform. They do very little advertisement and rely completely on referrals and blogs for customer acquisition.

Types of post they want

Every month they come up with a list of topics on which they want to cover. You have to submit a complete article which is will be in the form of guide. It should be able to explain complex technical topics in simple words.


They pay $300 per article.

Website – Linode

40) LWN.NET is a reader-supported news site dedicated to producing the best coverage from within the Linux and free software development communities.

Types of post they want

They are looking for articles related to free software. More than “how-to” articles, they are interested in interesting developments in the free software community that they may not have previously heard of.

Their needs fall into two areas: (1) lead-in editorials for the various Weekly Edition pages, based on current events; and (2) longer, feature articles that are not so tightly tied to this week’s news.

1) lead-in editorials for the various Weekly Edition pages, based on current events; and

2) longer, feature articles that are not so tightly tied to this week’s news.


For Leadin article, they pay $200 and for longer articles $250. Once, you have established yourself as a regular contributor, you can negotiate further.

Website – Lwn.Net

41) Earth Island Mover

Earth Island mover is the environmental magazine which covers all the topic from related to environment. Their quarterly magazine combines investigative journalism and thought-provoking essays that make the subtle but profound connections between the environment and other contemporary issues. It is their mix of hard-hitting exposes and inspiring stories of grassroots movements for sustainability has won them numerous awards through the years.

Types of post they want

Earth Island Journal is always looking for compelling and distinctive stories that anticipate environmental concerns before they become pressing problems, stories that scan the horizon for the next big issue. They want stories that will surprise, provoke, and entertain our readers and that explore new territory overlooked by other publications.


They pay writers 25 cents/word print stories. You can expect to earn about $750-$1000 for an in-depth feature story (about 4,000 words). For online reports, the fee ranges from $50 to $100. Online reports are a great way to get into theJournal, especially if you are new to reporting and writing

Website – EarthIslandJournal

42) IWA Wine Accessories Blog

International Wine Accessories (IWA) is dedicated to helping customers create a rich and cultured wine lifestyle. They have a blog for same. They talk about the different experience with wines. So if you are a wine lover this is the website for you.

Types of post they want

They are looking for the writers who are a wine expert and can express their expertise through words. The blog post is typically 500-700 words long.


They pay $50 per article if the blog is accepted.

Website – IWAWineAccessories

43) Techopedia

Techopedia is was a personal blog started by Tech enthusiast father-and-son team of Dale and Cory Janssen. Techopedia™ aims to provide insight and inspiration to IT professionals, technology decision-makers and anyone else who is proud to be called a “geek”. From defining complex tech jargon in a dictionary, to exploring the latest trend or providing in-depth coverage of a topic, the goal is to help you better understand technology.

Types of post they want

They are looking for tech experts who work in the field of technology, follow the news and know how to tell a good story. If you think you have a great idea, you can send them a pitch, including a few lines detailing what you want to write about and how long you think your article will be. Pieces on our site are generally between 600 and 1,200 words.


Although they do not mention the exact payout, it is somewhere between $50 -$100.

Website – Techopedia

44) HowlRound

Howlround is a place for artists to provide feedback, learning, expertise, frustration, and vision—in an effort to enliven the fields of theatre and performance to the aspiring and established artist alike. They are community driven platform and all the contents are created by the community people.

Types of post they want

They are looking for a content creator who is either student or a seasoned professional in the theatres and art. They have two parameters

  1. Essay Parameter – 1,500-2,000 words. Essays are rigorously edited. Depending on the backlog of content, articles may wait as long as three to four months before publication.
  2. Blog Parameter – 750-1000 words. Blog posts are edited for style, less for content. Blogs can usually be published within two months of submission


They pay a flat fee of $150 for Essay and $75 for a blog.

Website – HowlRound

45) Model Railroad Hobbyist Magazine

Model Railroad is niche site which deals with articles and videos related to all aspects of model railroading and on prototype (real) railroading as a subject for modeling.

Types of post they want

They are looking for the post of somewhere 3000 words long article in the mentioned niche.


They have an excellent payout with an average being over $200. Some of the posts may get above $1000. They pay separately if they use your content for long answers. You can check detailed pricing here.

Website – ModelRailroadHobbyist

46) Ashtray Blog

This is a place to post a question, get help with e-cigarettes or just have a fun discussion!

Types of post they want

They are looking for freelance writers who can write a truly great article about vaping/harm reduction/electronic cigarettes or related topics. The blog length is typically 500 words long.


The price typically starts with $50 for 500 words news-piece which keeps on increasing with the size of blogs.

Website – AshtrayBlog

47) PSD Fan

PSD.FanExtra is a blog centered around design and Photoshop. They provide in depth Photoshop tutorials, articles, inspiration, freebies and more. Their goal is to help teach and inspire creatives around the world and contribute to the design community.

Types of post they want

They accept blogs related to

  • Photoshop tutorials
  • Inspiration posts & articles
  • Vector sets
  • Brush Packs
  • Icon Sets
  • Photo/Textures Packs


Although the payout is not very clear and completely depends upon the quality of a blog. However,  they do mention they pay very competitive rates to their writers.

Website – PSD Fan Blog

48) RedGate

Redgate is a software company that makes ingeniously simple tools for the Microsoft Data Platform. Everything you need to work with SQL Server is available in Redgate’s SQL Toolbelt. They maintain a blog called SimpleTalk.

Types of post they want

Subject matter for Simple Talk will generally be chosen because it will interest professional IT people in businesses. Although they like to feature technologies, they are also likely to be interested in issues that affect IT, such as ethical considerations, security, work groups, management and career development


The payout is not clear and you have to discuss with them before that. They allow the link back to your website which means lots of traffic to your website.

Website – RedGate

49) WorldHum

WorldHum is a travel blog which boasts to publish the best travel stories on the Internet. They not only talk about the destination and where to stay but focuses more on the entire journey. They explore how travel changes us, how it changes the way we see the world and how travel itself changes the world.


Types of post they want

Travel Stories are first-person travel narratives.

Speaker’s Corner essays feature rants or raves about any travel-related subject.

Travel Interviews are interviews with travelers, writers, artists—anyone with something interesting to say about travel.

Lists explore a wide range of travel-related topics.

Audio slideshows explore travel through photographs, sound, and narration.


The payout is completely based on negotiation. Better you can negotiate better is the opportunity.

Website – WorldHum

50) PS Mag

Pacific Standard is the award-winning magazine for readers interested in working toward forward-looking changes to private behavior and public policy. By combining research that matters with ambitious narrative and investigative reporting, Pacific Standard tells stories across print and digital platforms about society’s biggest problems, both established and emerging and the people attempting to solve them.

Types of post they want

They are looking for writers which are driven by a social cause. They are looking for writers who want to make readers think about how society works—and about how it could be working better.


Payout is not clear but they pay according to the merit of the blog post.

Website – PS Mag

51) Eclipse Zone

Eclipse zone, formerly known as Javalobby, started as a special place for Java enthusiast to share their knowledge. However, now they have branched into many technologies.

Types of post they want

They are looking for articles which are thought-provoking, a discussion starter, time-saving tidbit, commercial or product announcement, longer tutorial, article or book review.


The payout is not declared on the website. However, you can discuss with the editorial team for the same.

Website – Eclipse Zone

52) Drop Zone aims to provide users with a platform where skydivers can interact, learn, share and grow. They offer a variety of services to the skydiving world, and the quality of content has been one of the key factors in the success of the site over the past 18 years.

Types of post they want

Dropzone is looking for contents which are relevant and factual for skydiving. The topic can vary from General Information Article to Interview article to Review article and so on.


The payout is not clear, but you can discuss with the user.

Website – DropZone

53) CrazyLeafDesign

CrazyLeaf Design is Web Design and Graphic Design blog covering inspiration, articles, resources, and tutorials for designers, coders, and graphic artists.

Types of post they want

They are looking for fresh content for Tutorials, Graphic DesignWeb DesignFlashPhotoshopVectorial GraphicsDesign InspirationProgrammingPrint DesignDesign ResourcesPhotography or just a “Top 10 article“.


The payout is not clear but you can discuss with the editorial team.

Website – CrazyLeafDesign

54) Business Today

It is a newspaper giant and most of us already know about it. Business Today strives to build a community in which college students and business leaders can foster mutual understanding, engage in debate, and initiate action.

Types of post they want

They are mostly looking for the thought-provoking articles in the field of entrepreneurship and business.


You have to prove your worth before getting paid. But once you have done that you can reach out to the editorial team for discussion.

Website – Business Today

55) AskDeb was started in 1999 by Deborah Mahony with the simple mission of answering everyday common questions. Since its conception, Ask has overgone some changes but none more radical than when it was acquired by Small World Marketing in 2009. We have placed members and user interaction as the main focus of this site and look forward to making one of the most sought after resources on the internet.

Types of post they want

This covers probably all the topic which exists in this world. The only restriction they have is that articles should be in question answer format and should not contain adultery.


You have to send the articles and they will let you know about the payment. Nothing is fixed on this website.

Website – AskDeb

56) Love To Know provides high quality, useful information on a variety of topics to internet users. They provide the most useful information and advice on topics that are most important to readers.Most of the content is in a convenient, easy-to-use format, perfect for skimming a few facts or diving deeper into the subject.

Types of post they want

They are looking for posts on practically anything. You can choose any area depending upon your expertise.


There is no restriction as far as earning is concerned. They typically pay from $25 to $60 per article. However, you negotiate with them further.

Website – Love To Know

57) Travel+Leisure

Travel+Leisure is one of the most popular blogs in the world. They basically create guides to visit any place in the world. Most of the article cover topics related to step by step guide to travel any particular place in the world.

Types of post they want

They are particularly looking for contents related to foods and travel. You can cover any topic of your choice. You should get in touch with editorial team befor writing anything.


You have to negotiate the payout.

Website – Travel+Leisure

58) Adoptive Families

Adoptive Families is an award-winning resource for parents-to-be navigating the adoption process and for parents raising children through adoption.

Types of post they want

They are looking for content related to adoption, infertility, school and education for the adopted child, support and your experience with child adoption if you have any.


Payout is not very clear. You definitely get free 1 year free subscription if your article is submitted. Rest you have to check with the editorial team.

Website – Adoptive Families

59) Additude

Additude is most comprehensive website for parents, adults, and professionals dealing with ADHD, learning disabilities, and related conditions. They arlsot have several other products like quarterly magzine, weekly newletter, Live Webinar and so on.

Types of post they want

They are looking for articles by parents, employers, teachers, etc. with personal experience with ADHD or LD and insights that might be helpful to ADDitude‘s readers.


The payout is not clear. You need to get in touch with the editorial team for the same.

Website – ADDitude

60) Baby Corner

Baby Corner has been providing information, advice, and support to expectant and new parents. With articles, interactive tools and a supportive community for parents to connect with others, Baby Corner is a top destination for trying to conceive, expectant and new parents.

Types of post they want

They are looking for articles related to parenting, pregnancy, fertility, babies and much more.


You need to discuss with the editorial team.

Website – Baby Corner

61) is yet another parent blogging platform. They cover topic ranging from pregnancy, birth, babies, and parenting.

Types of post they want

They are looking for contents on various topics such as getting pregnant, pregnancy, baby name, toddler, parenting and other related stuff. Before writing an article to get in touch with the editorial team.


The payout is not clear and you will be notified once the article is accepted.

Website –

62) Minnesota Parent

Minnesota Parent is the Twin Cities’ premier parenting magazine, published every month for busy moms and dads looking for parenting ideas and inspiration, helpful local resources and oodles of fun activities happening in Minnesota.

Types of post they want

They are looking for lively, on-trend stories packed with relevant information for passionate, involved parents. They cover maternity, childbirth, kid health, and development, child care, education, toys, and technology


The payout has to be negotiated with the editorial team.

Website – Minnesota Parent

63) Webdesigner Depot

Webdesigner Depot is the premier community of web developer and designer. They offer quality content on cutting edge latest technology.

Types of post they want

They are looking for content writers who are experienced and have strong knowledge in technology. Before writing the article do get in touch with the team.


You can write them the desired rate of an article at the time of submission.

Website – WebDesignerDepot

64) InstantShift

InstantShift is leading design and inspiration related community for web designers and developers daily resource, inspiration and premium web design and development.

Types of post they want

They are looking for posts on a wide variety of topics related to technology. They cover topics such as Webdesign, WordPress, and CSS. The topics can be a detailed tutorial or simple tools used by developers.


They do pay writers if they want to get paid. Generally, the pay would be decided on the basis of the quality and the volume of the content.

Website – InstantShift

65) Good

GOOD is a global media brand and social impact company. GOOD helps people apply creativity to purpose—producing breakthrough programs and innovative content that resonate with an active, influential audience.

Types of post they want

They work with artists, designers, photographers, and writers on a freelance basis. If you’re interested in submitting materials, you can send them to


You can discuss the payout with the editorial team.

Website – Good

66) Curbly

Curbly is a DIY design community for people who love where they live. Everyone should have a happy, beautiful home. With the right tools and know-how, every person can create a place that fits their personality. Curbly helps you bring out the best in your home.

Types of post they want

They are looking for tutorials and other content that combine design originality with a DIY aesthetic. Showing people how to make amazing, attention-getting home decor from simple materials is what it’s all about.


If your content is accepted, they will pay an agreed USD rate per item published (make an offer!), and you’ll get some great exposure to our thousands of readers

Website – Curbly

67) DesignModo

Designmodo is a great resource of informative material for designers and web developers. They are makers of highly-rated User Interface Packs.

Types of post they want

They are looking for writers that can pen articles and lessons based in their areas of expertise. Designmodo articles are best written in a simple and direct style that encourages readers to learn something. They cover articles in the area of :-

  • General web design;
  • Responsive design;
  • UX design and usability;
  • Web typography and fonts;
  • HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery;
  • Design and coding trends;
  • Twitter Bootstrap;
  • Photoshop;
  • Tools;
  • Other web design and development skills.


They give you full author credit. Plus,w offer payment for your work. You can discuss the same with the editorial team.

Website – DesignModo

68) FreelanceWriting

Freelance Writing is the most comprehensive hub on the web for both businesses to hire top quality writers, and freelance writers to find high-paying jobs and make money writing.

Types of post they want

They are looking for the articles which can represent freelancer’s challenges, their breakthrough in big magazines, tricks of getting ample opportunity and much more. Similarly, they also encourage employers to write about the challenges they are facing while hiring freelancers, the quality they look for and so on.


The payout is low, close to $25 per article but you get great exposure.

Website – FreelanceWriting

69) StrategyPage

StrategyPage provides quick, easy access to what is going on in military affairs. They cover armed forces world wide, as well as up to date reporting on wars and hotspots wherever they may be.

Types of post they want

They are looking for war stories happening in any corner of the world. They also cover items like leadership, peacetime operations, intelligence, information warfare. The articles should be 200-1000 words long.


They pay $30 per item (200-1,000 words each) used.

Website – StrategyPage

70) KillerDirectory

Killer Directory is a directory of different websites.

Types of post they want

They accept articles practically about any topic you can think of.


They pay $15 for every post that gets accepted and for every 10,000 verifiable visitors the post receives in the 1st week you will get $5 extra commission.

Website – KillerDirectory

71) CraftsBit

This website was created by a mother and daughter team, adding a unique combination of crafting qualities and expertise of creativity. They started this website after numerous years in the area of craft, teaching, retail craft and owning a gift store.

Types of post they want

They are looking for any articles related to any form of craft. It can be body craft, candle craft, holiday craft, jewelry making to name few.


They pay a flat fee of $35 per article.

Website – CraftBit

72) Make Me Heal

Based in Los Angeles, MakeMe Heal is among the world’s largest websites for all things plastic surgery, beauty enhancement, health, and anti-aging. With over 2 million members and over 1.5 million unique visitors per month, is a one-stop portal for all the products, services, and information resources needed by the consumer for a wide variety of health and beauty treatments and conditions.

Types of post they want

They want posts related to

  • Celebrity plastic surgery
  • Plastic surgery breakthroughs, procedures, new techniques
  • Celebrity gossip about skin care, makeup and other beauty products used by stars
  • Odd, strange, and funny stories related to plastic surgery


The payout is pretty low. They pay $10-$20 per article. But if you have beauty blog then you must write for them and link back to your website. It will generate lots of traffic.

Website – MakeMeHeal

73) The Expeditioner

TheExpeditioner is a travel site for the avid traveler featuring travel articles from some of the best travel writers in the world, as well as travel news, commentary, insight, and video from a premiere team of bloggers from around the globe.

Types of post they want

They publish articles that tend to be first-person narratives of all lengths and sizes (anywhere from 1,200 words and up). Once in a while, but not so much anymore, they also publish “Top 10” pieces, location overviews and other types of non-narrative pieces. The only requirement is that your piece should be interesting, informative and inspiring for future travelers.


They pay a flat fee of $30 per article.

Website – TheExpeditioner

74) Go World Travel

Go World Travel Magazine has been covering world travel and destinations around the globe since 2003. The popular digital travel publication is filled with insightful travel articles, helpful travel tips and entertaining travel videos from more than 90 countries.

Types of post they want

They are looking for travel related article which can help others traveler. They accept articles up to 1,600 words in length. First-person writing often provides the best insight but should be written in a professional manner. Please provide an “If You Go” section at the end of your article with helpful websites and travel information for the destination, as well as your author’s bio.


Payment is $30 to $40 per story/photo essay upon publication.

Website – GoWorldTravel

75) TravelSignPosts

Travelsignposts” has been designed to help people who are thinking of visiting Europe – either on their own, touring by coach or river cruise, or in a mixture of different ways.

Types of post they want

They are looking for high quality, informative and entertaining travel articles about places to go in Europe, things to do and real life experiences. Stories should be between 800-1500 words.


Travelsignposts pays US$25 for features that are assigned and sent to them with good photos, captions and the word file.

Website – TravelSignPosts

76) Black Hair Media

BlackHairMedia was started out of a deep love for Black Hair and the need for sharing information about Black hair and beauty and issues related to Black women. It is an online social environment for black haired women in which they discuss and share ideas about the best practices for hair, beauty, and skin care, as well as utilize the site as a resource for finding information on these topics.

Types of post they want

Your article should be creative, original, unpublished, and of interest to Women of Color in the United States and in other countries. They cover a wide variety of topic such as Natural, Relaxed, Weave & Extensions, Lace Fronts, Hair Growth, Beauty, etc..


If your article is accepted, you will be paid $25- $35 for each article you submit.

Website – BlackHairMedia

77) CollegeHumor

CollegeHumor Media, comprised of, and several syndication partnerships, is a leading online entertainment company targeting a core audience of people ages 18-49. CollegeHumor Media delivers daily comedic content, including videos, pictures, articles, and jokes, created and/or curated by the CollegeHumor staff. It attracts more than 15 million monthly unique and generates more than 100 million video views per month.

Types of post they want

If humor is your forte, this is the website to go. They take any article which has a potential to go viral.


For a single page article, They will pay you $35. For a larger multi-page article, They will pay you $50.

Website – CollegeHumor

78) The Write Life

The Write Life publishes regular articles about writing, but this writing opportunity is for product
reviews. You can review writing-related e-books or courses you have experience with and payment
needs to be prearranged with the editor.

Types of post they want

They need posts related to topics

  • How to earn money writing — our best posts include the author’s experience and advice or feature another writer who has been successful
  • Advanced tips for freelance writers, including strategies for earning a living as a freelancer
  • Ideas for running and growing your own blog — unique ideas we haven’t heard before are best
  • List posts a la “34 Travel Magazines and Websites That Pay Freelance Writers” and 15 of the Best YouTube Channels for Writers”
  • Advice from people who work in the writing world: editors, literary agents, publishers, illustrators, etc. If that’s you, we’d love to hear what you have to say!
  • Tips and tricks for traditional book publishing and self-publishing
  • Stories of writers who have seen success… a la “This Writer Used X to Earn X This Year”
  • Personal essays on writing like this post: “How Anne Lamott Helped This Woman Beat Writer’s Block”


For the first time, there is no payout but a link to your website. But after you can choose whether you want to get paid or you want to get a link to your website. They pay $75 per article.

Website – TheWriteLife


I hope you got some valuable information in this tutorial. It was initially more than 100 website but then some of the websites stopped paying. So I have removed those websites. We will keep adding more websites and if you know any other please provide in the comment section below. We will definitely add them.

However, there are few things which you must keep in mind to maximize your profit from these sites.

1.   Read carefully what they want

In the tutorial, I have provided the glimpse of what they want. But it is always advisable to go and read in detail what they want. Also, read their article very carefully. It will help you to understand the basic nature of articles they approve. Read their complete policy.

2.   Be Patient

Most of these websites generally take time to review your content. They get lots of application every week. So check out their websites how they review and how much time they take.

3.   Don’t rely only on them.

This is the most important part. Many times you will find your content not getting approved or websites stop paying because they start getting lots of content. Use them as an extra source of income.

4.   Have your own blog.

It is always advisable to have your own blog. This has multiple advantages. First, it establishes you as a subject matter expert which will help your content in getting approved. Second, they can always come and check your blog to understand the depth of knowledge you have in a particular domain, Third, you can get lots of traffic and direct clients, which pay you more, from these websites. You can find step by step guide here.

Keep these four points in mind and you are good to go. Best of luck for your freelance writing.

If you have any query just ask below in the comment section and we will try to answer with utmost sincerity. If you liked the tutorial do comment below. We love appreciations.

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