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50 Sites That Pay Bloggers to Write!



 

Note: Some links in this post contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission if you make a purchase. That’s actually one of the ways you make money blogging! Thanks for supporting my blogging dreams! 

As bloggers I know that you love what you do and you’re passionate about your topic but let’s be real — we all want the ability to make some money on the side!

One of my fav ways to make some extra cash is freelance writing. It fits perfectly into my skill set because I’m already technically a professional blogger.

Plus, I love writing so much that I do it for free! Might as well get paid for it too right?

I see tons of bloggers that do sponsored work for brands and make money by reviewing some type of product or service.

What if I told you you could make about the same or even more money from writing without having to have a certain amount of traffic, a certain number of followers on your Twitter or Pinterest account, and you don’t have to bombard your followers with products on a weekly basis?

You can do all of this by freelance writing for clients. What’s even better is that if you can find 2-3 clients that will work with you on a consistent basis, you can set yourself up with consistent income every month!

Here are 50 sites that pay bloggers to write:



  1. ProBlogger Job Board – One of my favs! This board consistently has great high-paying gigs.

  2. BloggingPro Job Board

  3. FlexJobs – Requires paid membership

  4. Journalism Jobs – More for professional writers/journalists or for people who have degrees in Journalism and English.

  5. LinkedIn Jobs

  6. MediaBistro

  7. Morning Coffee Newsletter 

  8. Reddit – Surprisingly Reddit has a /for hire thread and there are freelance writing jobs posted there occassionaly

  9. Sophie Lizard’s eBook of 75 blogs that pay blogger to write  

  10. Freelance Job Openings

  11. Online Writing Jobs

  12. Whisper Jobs

  13. Dice Job Boards – For technical writers

  14. All Indie Writers

  15. Indeed

  16. Contena 

  17. Paid to Blog Job Board

  18. The Client Connection – Carrie from Careful Cents offers client matchmaking services with her mentoring/coaching clients so there is a fee associated with this one!

  19. The Freelance Writer’s Den Junk Free Job Board – This is Carol Tice’s job board and I believe it is $20 per month

  20. Simply Hired 

  21. Writers Weekly 

  22. Craigslist – I use SearchTempest to search all Craigslist job boards at once.

  23. BloggerJobs.Biz 

  24. Resume Edge – Become a paid resume writer

  25. A Fine Parent – Become a paid guest blogger – $100

  26. A List Apart – Up to $200 for contributions to their blog

  27. B2B Writing Success

  28. The Dollar Stretcher 

  29. Freelance Moms 

  30. Make a Living Writing 

  31. Intense Blog 

  32. Metro Parent – Up to $350 for published articles

  33. Scary Mommy – $100 per blog post

  34. The Work Online Blog  – $50 per blog post

  35. Wise Bread – Contact for rates

  36. Ezdia 

  37. Get a Copywriter

  38. How Stuff Works 

  39. iWorkWell

  40. Love to Know

  41. Online Writing Jobs

  42. Plum Deluxe – $30 per blog post

  43. Writers Needed 

  44. Funds for Writers 

  45. Job for Writer 

  46. Doctor of Credit 

  47. Brazen Blog

  48. Write Naked 

  49. Intentional Living – Travel blog that pays for submissions

  50. Upworthy


What do you think? I’m sure that anyone can find at least a few freelance writing gigs from one of these sites.

The key to success to getting freelancing gigs is consistent marketing and pitching. If you dedicate yourself to emailing prospects every week, you will definitely have a book full of clients after a month or two.

Just like with anything, it just takes consistent work

 

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