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Top 50 Sites That Pay Good To Writers ‘3rd Edition, Next 5’

Here is the next post with 5 more links of the websites that pay writers for writing articles, all checked and tested.

Some of them actually pay very good. If you are a passionate writer, check each link and Apply.

 

Also See: 1st Edition of Top 50 Sites That Pay Writers

 

11. UX Booth:

Niche/Category: Design

Amount per Post: $100

Payment Method: Unspecified

Pitching editors by the writers is favoured more before submission of articles. The articles must be written about the user-centered design and range between 1200-1800 words.

http://www.uxbooth.com/contribute/

12. LabMice:

Niche/Category: IT/Tech

Amount per Post: $60-$100

Payment Method: Unspecified

The writing area revolves around industries best practices, field notes etc. If the writer happens to be an industry expert, he/she will be paid more than $60-$100.

http://labmice.techtarget.com/submit.htm

13. Photoshop Tutorials:

Niche/Category: Design

Amount per Post: $50-$300

Payment Method: Paypal

The platform only accepts those articles that are written about Photoshop.

https://photoshoptutorials.ws/money-photoshop/?doing_wp_cron=1475739792.3352189064025878906250

 

Top 50 Sites That Pay Good To Writers ‘2nd Edition, Next 5’

 

14. Cracked:

Niche/Category: General

Amount per Post: $50-$200

Payment Method: Paypal

All the interesting topics are welcomed in the form of articles on this website specially featuring current events and pop culture.

http://www.cracked.com/article_19955_we-want-to-pay-you-to-write-us.html

15. The Travel Writer’s Life:

Niche/Category: Travel

Amount per Post: $50-$200

Payment Method: Unspecified

The word count ranges within 300-600 for travel articles. Once the article is published, the writers are paid for their work.

http://www.thetravelwriterslife.com/writers-guidelines/

 

 

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Written by Hisham Sarwar

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