45+ More Websites that Pay You to Contribute an Article, Instantly

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Two years ago, I compiled and published a list of 30+ websites that pay people to contribute articles. Demand for this list was extremely high and the post eventually became really popular to the extent that it has now been viewed over 70,000 times.

I’ve gotten a lot of feedback since writing that post – as well as requests for more categories. Most of the blogs featured in the last edition were in the design category, so I have decided to compile a new list containing 45+ entirely new websites and magazines that will pay you to write for them.

Payment ranges from $40 – $1,000+ and I also indicate whether payment details were confirmed on the website. Most of the sites featured will pay you upon publication or acceptance of your article. There are websites in new categories including health, tech, freelance writing, blogging, pet, travel, business, finance, music etc.

I’ve also compiled a spreadsheet and a PDF version of all the sites included on this list. This is to make it easy for you to have access to the list at any time you want and on any computer without having to visit this page again. There’s a little commitment you have to make to get it though, but you don’t have to worry as it’s something anyone reading this list can do. I explain more about how you can get the files at the end of this article. Enjoy!

45+ more websites that pay you to contribute an article, instantly

#1. Write Your Revolution

Niche: Freelance Writing

Amount per post: $50

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

Write Your Revolution accepts guest posts from bloggers and freelance writers. They pay $50 per guest post as soon as your article has been published.

The preferred length for content submitted is 600 – 2,000 words and you will also be allowed to link to your website in the guest post bio. You can find out more about the guest posting process here.

#2. Be a Freelance Blogger

Niche: Freelance blogging

Amount per post: $50

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

Your guest posts can be published on Be a Freelance Blogger as long as they’re focused on the subject of freelance blogging or something relevant. The minimum length accepted is 500 words but longer guest posts tend to do well.

You’ll be paid $50 per post and you’ll also be allowed to have a link to your website in your bio. You can find more info here.

#3. The Renegade Writer

Niche: Freelance Writing

Amount per post: $50

Payment Method: Paypal or Check

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

The Renegade Writer is a top blog for freelance writers. They pay writers to contribute guest posts on freelance writing-related subjects.

Blog posts over 800 words are preferred and you’ll be paid $50 via Paypal if your submission is accepted. Unlike other websites, The Renegade Writer prefers you to send the post directly via email instead of pitching an idea first – in other words, you should be familiar with the website first.

You can find more info about guest blogging for The Renegade Writer here.

#4. Smithsonian

Niche: General

Amount per post: $0.50 – $0.60 per word

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

You can submit your articles to Smithsonian via the web form provided on the article submission page. The article submission page can be found here.

#5. Travel and Leisure

Niche: Travel

Amount per post: up to $1,000 an article

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

Travel and Leisure accepts articles and features from freelance writers. Payment will be agreed on once you’ve been assigned an article. You can find more info on writing for Travel and Leisure here.

#6. BootsnAll

Niche: Travel

Amount per post: Up to $50 an article

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

BootsnAll will pay you up to $50 to contribute a travel article. There are different types of articles you can contribute and the maximum is $50 for a feature article. You’ll be paid via Paypal if your article is accepted.

You can find more info on the articles accepted as well as how to pitch your articles here.

#7. Transition Abroad

Niche: Travel

Amount per post: $50 – $150

Payment Method: Paypal or Check

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

Transition Abroad is a top travel website that’ll pay you anything from $50 – $150 for your travel articles. You’ll be paid for your article upon its acceptance.

You can find more information on contributing to Transition Abroad here.

#8. Budget Travel

Niche: Travel

Amount per post: $0.50 to $1 a word

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

Budget Travel is a top travel website that pays writers to contribute travel articles. You can find out more about contributing to Budget Travel here.

#9. World Hum

Niche: Travel

Amount per post: Unspecified

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

World Hum is a travel website looking for quality articles from travel writers; articles are preferred to be over 1,500 words and to be submitted in the body of the email, not as an attachment.

You’ll be contacted with payment information once your article has been accepted. You can read more about contributing to World Hum here.

#10. GoGalavanting

Niche: Travel

Amount per post: up to $50

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

GoGalavanting is a travel website that pays you to contribute an article. You will be contacted within 3 weeks of your article being accepted (if you don’t hear anything after 3 weeks, your article has not been accepted).

GoGalavanting pays a maximum of $50 an article and you can find more information on contributing your article here.

#11. Unanchor.com Blog

Niche: Travel

Amount per post: $50 – $100

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

The Unanchor blog is paying $50 – $100 for travel contributions. You can find out more about the steps involved here.

#12. The Motley Fool Network

Niche: General

Amount per post: up to $100

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You will be paid up to $100 per article on the Motley Fool network. You can find more details on how to contribute here.

#13. Krazy Coupon Lady

Niche: Finance

Amount per post: $50 per post

Payment Method: Payal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You will paid $50 per post for a 200 – 800 words article accepted by Krazy Coupon Lady. Payment will be made via Paypal upon acceptance and you can find more details on how to contribute here.

#14. YourOnline.biz

Niche: Business

Amount per post: $100

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You’ll be paid $100 to contribute your business-related articles to YourOnline.biz. Payment will be made the month following the month your article was accepted. You can find the contribution guidelines here.

#15. Matador

Niche: General

Amount per post: up to $60

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You’ll be paid up to $60 an article to contribute to blogs on the Matador Network. You can write about almost anything that can be found on the Matador topics page. You can find more info on contributing to the Matador Network here.

#16. AirTran Magazine

Niche: Travel

Amount per post: Unspecified

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

You can submit your travel articles to AirTran Magazine. Payment will be agreed on upon acceptance of your article. You can find more details about contributing here.

#17. Literary Traveler

Niche: Travel

Amount per post: $50

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You’ll be paid $50 per post to contribute your travel articles to Literary Traveler. Payment will be made 5 – 6 weeks after the month your article is published. You can also submit as many articles as you like.

You can find more info on contributing to Literary Traveler here.

#18. Money Talk News

Niche: Finance

Amount per post: $50

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You’ll be able to decide whether you want to get paid for your writing or whether you want a link back to your site. If you prefer to be paid, you can make more than $50 per 300 – 700 words article. You can possibly make more depending on the length of the article and the difficulty in writing it.

If, however, you want exposure for your site you can have up to 3 links back to your website in your article.

You can find out more about contributing to Money Talk News here.

#19. Tutorial Board

Niche: Design

Amount per post: $150

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You’ll be paid up to $150 for contributing tutorials to Tutorial Board. Payment will be made within the first two weeks of the month after your tutorial has been published.

You can find out more about contributing to Tutorial Board here.

#20. Flashmint

Niche: Design

Amount per post: $150

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You’ll be paid $150 per tutorial to submit flash tutorials to Flashmint. You can find more information on contributing to Flashmint here.

#21. PS Deluxe

Niche: Design

Amount per post: up to $75

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You’ll be paid up to $75 per article to contribute your Photoshop tutorials. You’ll also be allowed to have links back to your website and social media profiles.

You can find out more about contributing to PS Deluxe here.

#22. Cracked

Niche: General

Amount per post: $50 – $200+ per article

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You’ll get paid to contribute articles on almost any topic to Cracked.com – you can take a look at popular topics discussed on the website for ideas.

You’ll be paid up to $200 per post and you’ll also be able to mention your website below the post in the bio section.

You can read more about contributing to Cracked here.

#23. Get Tuned

Niche: Music

Amount per post: Up to $50 per article

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You can make up to $50+ per article on tuning/maintaining musical instruments. You can read more on contributing to Get Tuned here.

#24. American College of Healthcare Sciences blog

Niche: Healthcare

Amount per post: $50

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You can make $50 per post for contributing 600 – 1,000 word articles on various healthcare topics to the American College of Healthcare Sciences blog. You’ll also receive full credit for your posts.

You can find out more about contributing to ACHS here.

#25. A List Apart

Niche: Design

Amount per post: $100

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You’ll be paid $100 per post to contribute typically 1,500 – 2,000 words articles. You’ll also be allowed to have a link to your website in your post bio and payment will be made on publication of your article.

You can find out more about contributing to A List Apart here.

#26. Consumer Search

Niche: Shopping

Amount per post: up to $350

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

You can make money by contributing relevant articles to Consumer Search. You can begin the writing process by downloading the writer application form on this page.

#27. Global Comment

Niche: General

Amount per post: $50 per post

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

You will be paid to contribute articles on any subject to Global Comment. You can find out more about contributing to Global Comment here.

#28. Ontext

Niche: Writing

Amount per post: $40

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

Ontext is a website for authors and ghostwriters that’ll pay you $40 per article. Payment will be made upon publication of your article and you can find out more about contributing to Ontext here.

#29. Go Media Zine

Niche: Design

Amount per post: Unspecified

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

You’ll be paid to write design articles for Go Media Zine and you can find more information on contributing your articles here.

#30. GOOD

Niche: Productivity

Amount per post: $150

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

You can find out more about contributing to GOOD here.

#31. Greater Good

Niche: Science

Amount per post: up to $350

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You can get paid up to $350 per article to contribute your articles to Greater Good. Greater Good prefers science articles with a mix of storytelling.

You can find out more about writing for Greater Good here.

#32. International Living

Niche: International

Amount per post: up to $400

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes/No

International Living will pay you up to $400 per article to contribute articles on living/saving when retiring in a country other than the US.

You’ll be paid upon publication and you can find out more about contributing to International Living here.

#33. iWorkwell

Niche: General

Amount per post: up to $200

Payment Method:Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You can get paid up to $200 to contribute an article on any subject as a subject matter expert to iWorkwell.

You can find out more about contributing to iWorkwell here.

#34. Know More Media

Niche: Business

Amount per post: Unspecified

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

You can make anything from $100 – $800 monthly contributing quality articles to blogs on the Know More Media network.

You can find out more about contributing an article here.

#35. Listverse

Niche: General

Amount per post: $100

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You’ll be paid $100 per list post you submit to Listverse that is published. You can submit lists on anything and list posts published on Listverse are usually of a top 10 nature.

You can find out more about contributing to Listverse here.

#36. Mental Floss

Niche: General

Amount per post: Undisclosed

Payment Method: Undisclosed

Payment info confirmed on website: No

You will be paid to contribute articles designed to help people improve their knowledge and brain capability at Mental Floss; articles are usually made of quizes or facts.

You can find out more about contributing to Mental Floss here.

#37. The Progressive

Niche: Politics

Amount per post: up to $1300

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

The Progressive is a politics magazine that accepts submissions from freelance writers. You’ll be paid up to $50 – $1,300 per post if your article is accepted by Progressive.

You can find out more about contributing here.

#38. Salon.com

Niche: General

Amount per post: $150

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

You can submit an article to Salon.com that relates to any of the categories featured on the website. You can read more about writing for Salon.com here.

#39. MIT Technology Review

Niche: Tech

Amount per post: $1 per word

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

You can find out more about contributing to MIT Technology Review here. You’ll find a link to a page where you can submit your pitch.

#40. Funny Times

Niche: Humor/General

Amount per post: $60

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You can submit articles about any topic as long as it pokes fun at any major subject. It could be on politics, business, religion or anything. As long as it’s humor.

You can read more about contributing to Funny Times here.

#41. BirdChannel.com

Niche: Animals/Pets

Amount per post: $100 – $400

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

Bird Channel is a top website for bird lovers and it accepts submissions from freelance writers. You’ll be paid $100 – $400 for articles you contribute

You can read more about contributing to BirdChannel.com here.

#42. Graphic Mania

Niche: Design

Amount per post: Unspecified

Payment Method: Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: No

Graphic Mania is a top design website that pays you to submit design articles and tutorials. Payment will be discussed when you pitch your article and you can find out more about contributing to Graphic Mania here.

#43. Hongkiat

Niche: Design

Amount per post: $50

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: No

Hongkiat is a top web design website that will pay you for your design articles and tutorials. Hongkiat prefers articles to be around 800 – 1,000 words and you can read more about contributing to Hongkiat here.

#44. IntenseBlog

Niche: Blogging

Amount per post: Up to $50

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

IntenseBlog will pay you up to $50 to contribute blogging articles and tutorials. You can find out more about contributing to IntenseBlog here.

#45. Labmice.net

Niche: Tech

Amount per post: $60 – $100

Payment Method:Unspecified

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

You can find out more about contributing to Labmice here.

#46. WPMU

Niche: WordPress

Amount per post: $150

Payment Method: Paypal

Payment info confirmed on website: Yes

WPMU will pay you $150 to contribute WordPress articles and tutorials that are at least 1,500 words. Payment will be made via Paypal upon publication of your article.

You can read more about contributing to WPMU here.

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  • http://contentmarketingup.com Michael Chibuzor

    Now this is a nice list for writers Oni. It’s still fresh in my memory the initial list post you did – thank you for helping your readers and I’m confident that they’re going to enjoy applying for these opportunities.

    BTW: I discovered that you’ve changed your domain name. This looks fine. When are you going to change your banner to suit this new domain name?

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Thanks, bro! :)

      Yep, I’m loving the new domain name! I’ll be changing the logo soon; with something basic in a few days’ time and something more professional when I redesign.

      We haven’t talked in a long time bro!

      • http://contentmarketingup.com Michael Chibuzor

        I’ve been too busy bro. But hopefully, we’d chat soon on Skype.

        • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

          Yeah, I noticed too! I haven’t really been available on Skype but I noticed you’ve been kind of silent online lately. Hopefully, we’ll have an update soon :)

          • Esosa Louis

            Pls I do’t know how to reg. To become a freelance bloger I could not reg. Through the site pls rely NEED YOUR HELP CONTAT OF VIA EMAIL esosaluisfigo@gmail.com

          • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

            Register where?

  • http://www.makealivingwriting.com Carol Tice | Make a Living Writing

    Tasty new list, Oni!

    I’ll add a link to it on my guidelines page, where I also have leads to more paying markets.

    Proud to say I recognize at least four of the markets above as bloggers who were motivated by my own campaign to encourage pay for blog posts in their decision to start paying guests! I feel really excited to be helping to open new paying markets for freelance writers.

    If you’re a blogger — consider paying for guest posts! It’ll set you apart, get you noticed (as you see here), make you friends, and get you better quality posts.

    Get paid, people — writers of the world, unite!

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Aha, thanks Carol!

      I spent over 24 hours – spread across two weeks – researching and compiling this list and I really appreciate your helping spread the word. Thanks! :)

      Yeah, you’re indeed making an impact in getting blogs to start paying for guest posts and as a result leading to a lot more writers getting paid for their work!

      I’ve also considered paying for guest posts but had to put an halt on it since forming a team here – I’ll definitely be considering it again in the future, when I have time to moderate posts coming as a result of being featured on lists like this.

  • http://www.coloryourlifepublished.com Flora Morris Brown

    Hi Oni,

    You did it again! You’ve created a tremendously valuable resource, especially with the travel writing publications.

    Thank you for the research and for sharing so generously.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      You’re welcome, Flora!

      This took a bit of effort to research and compile but I’ve gotten a lot of requests for blogs in other niches since publishing the last one and I’m glad this is finally live :)

  • http://Mindsetcapsules.blogspot.com Michael

    Oni is at it again. Great list. Thanks a bunch.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      You’re welcome, Michael!

  • http://makemoneyonlineng.com Adesoji

    This is a well researched post. Thanks for doing your best to make this available to writers

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Thanks bro! You’re welcome :)

  • http://www.haelix.com Halina

    This is an amazing list, Bamidele; thank you for posting it! This list could easily have been marketed as a paid-for e-book, so I truly appreciate you providing it for free to everyone. I’m definitely looking up these writing sites and recommending your list to my writer friends.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Thanks, Halina!

      Aha, yep this list could have been paid but I believe it can make a lot more impact – for me and my readers – if it’s published freely and I’m glad I did.

      Thanks for spreading the word about it, Halina! I appreciate it :)

  • http://effectivefinancialmarketing.com Criag

    Great post, Dele. Now, I know what you were referring to when you wrote about resource posts. This is a perfect example of one. It presents simple and direct solution to finding paying gigs in a single post and on a platter of gold.

    I bet this post will be evergreen. I see it bring more traffic two year from now.

    Keep the good and hard-work up.

    Cheers.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Aha, thanks bro!

      Yeah, I think this is a great example of a resource post; it’s very useful and people love it! And yes, based on what I’ve seen so far I think it’ll eventually become more popular than the previous post that now has over 70,000 views.

  • http://esuccessworld.com Ekene Ilochonwu

    To be sincere bro, what I’m seeing here is not just a highly informative list but an obvious product of diligence. I’ll emulate this your simple but yet effective strategy to see if I’ll achieve a similar result. Thanks for publishing this costly article free of charge.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Aha, this is one of my best work to be honest. It took a lot of effort and I’m glad you noticed that. Thanks! :)

  • http://www.writeyourrevolution.com Sarah Russell

    What a great list, Oni! Thanks for putting this together and for including my site :)

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      You’re welcome, Sarah! :)

  • http://www.bloggingslogan.com/ Sagar Rai

    Oh I just came here you posting the Traffic rocket screenshot on your FB Wall. I must say drastic improvement in the traffic.

    Regarding the post, I would like to say wonderful informative detailed post. Thanks with us.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Thanks, Sagar!

      At over 1,000 views in just 12 hours this post is breaking a new record here. I’m glad I published it :)

      • http://www.bloggingslogan.com/ Sagar Rai

        Onibalusi, otherwise I would have published it on my blog ;)

        You are fast this time.. Anyways in future will see to that I get such ideas in my mind before do..

  • http://snitchim.com Eric Pangburn

    Hey!

    This is a great list, just wondering have you ever actually personal experience with any of these sites?

    Thanks again for this wonderful list!

    Eric

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Thanks, Eric!

      I don’t have personal experience with most of the websites listed.

    • http://effectivefinancialmarketing.com Criag

      With a number of the websites on list falling within my sector of choice — finance, I can confirm that these websites are real; notably motely fool.

  • http://www.mydailycuppa.com Victoria @ My Daily Cuppa

    This is a fantastic list – Thank you for taking the time to put it all together.

    I am currently looking to book my very first paid Guest post and this will certainly help me on my way :)

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      You’re welcome, Victoria!

      Please let me know if this post is of help in the future :)

  • Pkumar

    Well, it is indeed a good article, but for those who are already established and are professionals, I guess, but what about someone like me, a rookie, a newbie to writing world now I cant dare to submit my articles, to a company that would pay $50/ article, I need smaller companies list that would accept freshers, may be paying less. and over a period once i gain experience , get some expertise, I can approach these companies, makes sense?????

    • Eva

      Don’t sell yourself short…$50/article is not much if you are a good writer, even as a first timer. Thanks for this list Bamidele

      • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

        Thanks for replying, Eva!

        @Pkumar I also agree with Eva. As long as you believe in yourself then it won’t be difficult to get published on these sites; you also have to constantly work on improving your writing skills, though.

        • pkwrite7

          Well, I guess it’s not about under selling, over selling, short selling, long selling, not everyone would be someone like Donald Trump, Michael Dell., Bill Gates, this world also has Larry Ellison kind of people who worked under someone before actually becoming a CEO, not every one starts off big, or ” long selling” start their careers as CEO, Chairman etc, some would take time, to acquire skill, gain expertise, I thought I gave you an Idea, for an article , which would have helped budding writers bring bread to table , tweak rough edges, make a portfolio for themselves and get into writing in a big way, anyways thanks

  • http://freelancerworkshop.wordpress.com Rekha

    Thank you, Onibalusi.
    This is a useful list, especially for someone who writes in other(non tech) niches.
    I was aware of some of them such as Salon, Listverse and the travel based sites but this has a lot of new information.
    With some much angst nowadays over Indian writers even on professional(?) sites like LinkedIn and given my relative lack of experience (other writers have been around for a long time), haven’t really bothered to give these a try. Maybe, I should – a couple of these before this year ends – now that it has been confirmed that we will be spinning across space for quite a while. :)

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      You’re welcome, Rekha!

      Yep, I got a lot of emails from people who thought the blogs on the previous list was too technical so I thought it’ll be great to publish a new list with more categories.

  • http://www.philippinesprivateinvestigators.com Hyptia@Private investigator in Philippines

    So you can see how you will make unlimited money if you have good writing skills. Because there are too many people are available in market who want something special.

  • http://www.nairashark.com Deji R Yusuf

    Bamidele is someone a respect very well,
    with this monster post,
    I even respect him even more!
    You are so good at what you do! :)

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Aha, thanks bro!

  • http://lawyerstipshq.com/ Bill Westbrook

    That is a big list. I guess it took you a lot of time to gather info about all thouse sites.
    Thanks for sharing.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Thanks, Bill! Yep, it took a lot of effort but it’s already paying off :)

  • http://www.youreverythingservices.com Deb Lamb

    Oni you are rockin’! Thanks for such an amazing list. It will certainly come in handy for many of us. Thanks for all you do for all of us!! Make it a glorious day!

    Deb :)

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      You’re welcome, Deb!

      Thanks for spreading the word :)

  • http://realtimetricks.com/ Irfan Siddiqui

    Well I would say that you are a hope of light for writers. Each post of yours has a quality of teaching that helps in making the job easy.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Thanks, Irfan! :)

  • Esosa Louis

    pls can someone help of reg. For freelance bloging

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      I’m not sure I understand what you mean. Can you please clarify?

  • http://www.sprinklerk.blogspot.com Ramesh Krishna

    Great work in collecting the great information Bro. Nice to see whole collection at one place. you reduced my time to search for these sites

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      You’re welcome, bro!

  • http://omgtoplists.com Michael

    Thank you for taking the time to compile this list. Appreciate that!

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      My pleasure :)

  • http://eblogginghow.com Pawan

    This has been very nice list buddy. I’m looking forward to apply for some.

    Regards,
    Pawan

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Cool. Please let us know how everything goes :)

  • http://www.spontaneousdevelopment.com Tayo Solagbade

    I’ve always told anyone who would listen that you’re a genius in this blogging – you’ve got the art, science and business aspects well worked out.

    Now this new list of yours makes me suspect now, that you’re also psychic, Oni :-)

    My reason for saying the above is that your new list features websites in niches (e.g travel, management/HR etc) I’ve been recently trying to research towards guest posting.

    This is something I’ve thought about since I commenced my Location Independent Entrepreneuring across West Africa – starting here in Benin Republic, last week, on 1st April 2013

    It’s almost like you’ve been reading my mind!!

    I have to say it again: You’re a blogging genius, Oni! No flattery intended.

    Keep up the great work!

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      I’m flattered bro, thanks! :)

      Aha, it’s funny you found the list timely; another reader emailed me that the list was published at the exact time she needed it so I guess I must be a psychic… lol :)

      Yep, making sure the niches are diverse is something I paid a lot of attention to when working on the list. I’m glad people are enjoying it and depending on how successful this one is, I might release a new list in the future.

      Thanks so much for all the support bro!

      Best Regards,
      Oni

  • http://proeditingservices.ca Rhonda Kronyk

    Thank you for your generosity in producing and freely sharing such a useful list.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      You’re welcome!

  • http://9dollarlogo.com Affordable Logo Design

    Oni, Thanks for your great list. This list will help so many freelance writer who has that potential but struggling to make any money. I think if any of those freelance writer can make money and build portfolio, you effort will be 100% successful.

    Thanks again.

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  • http://www.makemoneygal.com Destiny

    Once again I strike Gold reading your blog. This is such a great and through resource you’ve put together. No wonder why your blog is so successful. You always seem to put 100% in what you do. Thanks!

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Thanks so much for the nice words, Destiny!

      I’m glad you find the list helpful!

  • Emz

    Nice list, now only if I can be good enough to write articles for these website. Im still a newbie and Im currently using a content mill that pays extremely low. Thanks!!!

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      You’re good enough; you don’t really know unless you try, or do you?

  • http://robertjenningswriter.com Robert Jennings

    Great list. This is exactly the kind of thing that new freelancers need to see to reassure them that not all paying sites are content mills. I’m bookmarking this one. Thanks.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Thanks, Robert!

      I’m glad the list could help.

  • http://studentsurvivaltips.co.uk Alexandria Ingham

    Thank you so much for this list, Oni. I’ve seen a few of the sites around and am creating pitches for them but others I’d never heard of so I’ll definitely be checking them out – I think there are definitely some options in the niches I write in.

    I only started following your blog a couple of days ago and have been going through previous posts and really enjoy it – so many helpful tips!

    Thank you again and I look forward to reading more posts from you.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      You’re welcome, Alexandria!

      I’m glad you’ve found my blog helpful :)

  • http://www.exceptnothing.com Anirudh

    I always write Guest Posts to build backlinks. Thanks for the collection. Will post on those sites and will fetch some money :)

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Aha, best of luck :)

  • http://infokingsresources.com Kelvin

    superb… this is the work of a genius for sure. will never come online again without visiting your blog. your articles are so helpful.

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      I’m flattered. Thanks! :)

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  • http://www.geeks4share.com PrIyAnGsHu @ Blogging Tips

    Great list Onibalusi. I knew only two of these i.e. Hongkiat and WPMU, the rest of the list are quite new to me. But I must say, if you are passionate about writing on a specific topic, we can go for any of these sites to make some instant cash.

    #PrIyAnGsHu

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      I agree :)

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  • http://www.bloggenerals.com Buklawz @ Bloggenerals

    Great post Oni, but the challenge i have is that of most of the listed sites in this article pay via paypal, and you know paypal and some west African countries are not in terms. How have you been able to address this issue as an international writer from Africa?

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  • http://www.onemillionwaystomakemoney.com/ marilyn cada

    thanks for the information because i really need them badly.. it is JOhn Gibb who gave me the link about higher paying websites that accepts freelance writing :)

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  • http://writing.pinartarhan.com/ Pinar Tarhan

    Great list! I have to say I love it more than your other list. Yes, I’m biased because I don’t write about design:):):)

    Thanks!!!

    • http://www.youngprepro.com Bamidele Onibalusi

      Thanks, Pinar! I’m glad you love the list :)

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  • olanubi temitope

    yep, nice one, but can you get the best list for content mills?

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  • Tyca

    hi there… which one you recommend for newbie?

  • Ajay Goel

    Unanchor has stopped paying that much, they stopped such a promotion in Nov 2011.

    The Motley’s Fool are very demanding, and it’s hard to get your finance articles approved there for payment

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  • http://www.techalam.com/ Nizam Khan

    Excellent post! Awesome websites and well presented list. Thanks for sharing and tweeted :)

  • http://www.leadershub.org Abayomi

    This is an awesome post Dele, I’m so happy I found it. I will make sure I give it a try. Thanks for sharing

  • JERRY

    I search for hour before i saw your post , your post is inevitable and contagious

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  • http://www.kennythespider.blogspot.com kenny

    very informative and helpful list! I was looking for writing sites that pay and I’m glad I was able to find this page. Perfect! :)

  • Marsland

    All I want to know is.. Does all of these sites really pay? Because I hate writing stuff and then I don’t get paid for it, it’s a waste of time, I need to make some real money for my writing.

  • http://detailreviewsng.wordpress.com Confidence Okposio

    Oni, great list but you know paypal doesn’t work for Nigerians, what do you suggest?

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  • Laurie Tam

    You did it again! This list is just as wonderful as the last one.
    For a while now, been thinking of going back to writing especially since I feel like just doing promotional work in my local area is not good enough. Can’t earn a living with it. I know that with writing, it’s possible. Seen it numerous times of reading what other writers say online. This list, and many others, are great. Keep it up!!!

    • http://www.writersincharge.com/ Bamidele Onibalusi

      Thanks, Laurie! :)

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  • http://www.generateseoleads.com Aamir Siddiqui

    This is really a huge collection of websites that do offer Guest Posting Opportunities and it is really glad to have it. Informative article!!!

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  • Jennifer Alston

    Thank you, thank you for this list. I downloaded the PDF version. This is a great starting point for a lot of freelancers. I am personally compiling my list of sources and have been pitching. A lot!!

    Also looking at blogging conventions, it seems like a lot of fun.

  • Aruna

    Such a great resource, thanks so much.

  • https://www.editwriteservices.com Edit Write Services

    I have just downloaded an Excel version of the list and will be checking them out later.

    Thanks for sharing this types of information. This is very helpful information, not just to freelancers, but, to content writing service providers as well.

    Have a great day!

  • http://thepinthemapproject.com/ Nikki Vargas

    thank you for sharing this list! I am a travel writer and freelancer and am always looking for ways to monetize my writing. Will definitely check these out!