Dear Writers, Want To Earn Extra Income Writing? Check Out These Blogs

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Dear Writers,

It’s already two weeks into 2019. Honestly, this is the fastest January I have ever seen and if you’re like me, you are still trying to get back into a normal routine after the rush of the holidays. Like I am still trying to sit down and get some work done.

While I was strolling online yesterday, I decided to do a research on blogs that pay writers for their work. After the hectic research, I was able to come up with these blogs. None of them charge submission fees or any nonsense like that. They are more concerned about the quality of your writing and if it is dope enough, they are willing to pay for it.

And guess what?

The good thing about most of the blogs listed below is that they also allow you to include a bio with a link back to your website. This way, you can easily use that opportunity to link back to a hire me page on your blog, and as a result get a lot of clients willing to pay you for your work.

So, below- are the list of the blogs:

Writers Weekly

This online magazine focuses on “selling” the written word. They do not seek articles on how to write. Rather, 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.

To know more about their submission guidelines, click here

Read also: Dear Writers, Submit Your Manuscript And Get Published By Kachifo Limited

FundsforWriters

This is an online resource for writers. Other websites provide guidance on how to write, how to query, how to format manuscripts, and so on. They give you direction on the funding streams. They focus on markets, competitions, awards, grants, publishers, agents, and jobs for your writing abilities, with motivation chucked in.

Articles should fall between 500 and 600 words. Each article must be short and sweet and to the point. And it must be about earning a living as a writer. Endeavour to make each word count. MAKE YOUR WRITING TIGHT. Watch the passive voice. Give it a beginning, middle, and ending.

To know more about their submission guidelines, click here

Listverse

This online magazine was built on the efforts of readers just like you. Readers who didn’t have any experience as writers but decided to put a list together and send it in.

They will pay you $100 for your efforts. You don’t need to be an expert—you just need to have English equal to that of a native speaker, a sense of humor, and a love for things unusual or interesting.

To know more about their submission guidelines, click here

 

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