How to Make Money Writing: 50+ Websites that Pay Premium for Writers. by@emmmanuelnwaka
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It took 22 months of heartache, depression, and soul searching for me to find my first client. Fast-forward to today, I can comfortably charge a premium for my services. My goal is to shorten your own growth curve so that you can get out of whatever bad situation you're in, start making money writing, and achieve financial freedom yourself. I've collected over 50 writing sites that can help you shorten this curve. All you need to do is to go through them and craft a convincing pitch that helps to solve their problem. When you're accepted, deliver pure gold.

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I started the game of content writing in April 2020 and got my first client in February 2022.

It took 22 months of heartache, depression, and soul searching for me to find my first client. There were times I doubted myself and wished to start another career, but my spirit still led me on. Fast-forward to today, I can comfortably charge a premium for my services.

My goal is to shorten your own growth curve so that you can get out of whatever bad situation you're in, start making money writing, and achieve financial freedom yourself.

I've collected over 50 writing sites that can help you shorten this curve. All you need to do is to go through them and craft a convincing pitch that helps to solve their problem. When you're accepted, deliver pure gold.

Let's dive into it.

1. Adam the Automator

Price: $100 or more per article.

Topics: IT operations, cloud, and DevOps technical tutorials.

2. Adeva

Price: $200 or more per article.

DevOps, Cloud, and IT Technical Guides

3. Alan AI

Price: $250 per article.

Topics: Guides, demo projects, and tutorials about the Alan AI.

4. Appsmith

Price: $200-$400 per article.

Topics include: Internal tools, Open-source, Databases, application performance, and Engineering best practices.

5. Barefoot Writer Magazine

Price: Up to $300 per article.

Topics: Productivity Secrets, Monday Motivation, Cool Tools, Glicken, and Becoming a Better Writer.

6. BetterCMS

Price: $250 - $350 per article.

Topics: Full Stack Development and DevOps.

7. Be A Freelance Blogger

Price: $100 per article.

Topics: Helping writers earn more money through blogging.

8. Birds and Blooms

Price: Up to $400 per article.

Topics: Non-fiction.

9. Chicken Soup for the Soul

Price: $200 per article.

Topics: Journalism, Politics, Eulogies, Biographies and Controversial Topics.

10. Code Tuts+

Price: $100 to $250 per article.

Topics: Web Development Technology: PHP, Ruby, server-side JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, document-based database systems, and everything in between.

11. ContentLab.io

Price: Up to $500 per article.

Topics: Cloud, DevOps, Containers, AI/ML, Security, Web, and Gaming-related articles.

12. CSS Tricks

Price: $250 per article.

Topics: Technically focused articles.

13. Cube Dev

Price: Up to $300 per article.

Topics: Analytical apps, data visualization, and data engineering.

14. Dogs Naturally

Price: Up to $200 per article.

Topics: Content on Holistic vets, Integrative vets, Homeopaths, TCVM practitioners, and Natural Pet Healthcare Practitioners.

15. Deepsource

Price: Up to $150 per article.

Topics: Code quality, code review, and static analysis.

16. Dockship

Price: $200 per article.

Topics: Data Science and Machine Learning.

17. Draft.dev

Price: $300-$500 per piece

Topics: Full Stack Development, DevOps and other technical content

18. Enclear

Price: $50 - $150 per article.

Topics: Vue, Angular, React, and Node JS.

19. Elite Personal Finance

Price: $300 per article.

Topics: Personal finance, business, making money online, loans, credit cards, and identity theft, among others.

20. Fauna DB

Price: $200-$500 per article.

Topics: Serverless development and FaunaDB technical education.

21. Glowell

Price: $150 per article.

Topics: Beauty, Food, Healthy Lifestyle, and Spiritual Growth.

22. Great Escape Publishing

Price: $200 per piece

Topics: Travel.

23. Honeybadger

Price: $500 per article.

Topics: Ruby, Elixir Tutorials, and a list of other topics.

24. i-D

Price: Up to $250 per article.

Topics: News, Fashion, Photography, Culture, and Music,

25. ImageKit

Price: $300 per article.

Topics: Tutorials on ImageKit and Image Optimization.

26. Income Diary

Price: Up to $300 per article.

Topics: Making money online, SEO, Affiliate Marketing, Traffic Generation, and Entrepreneurship.

27. Linode

Price: Up to $300 per article.

Topics: Tutorial exercises with code on Linux or Linode.

28. Lisbeth

Price: Up to $2000 per article.

Topics: Feminism, Innovation, Enterprises and Critiques of policies and systems that drive inequality.

29. LoginRadius

Price: Up to $200 per article.

Topics: Technical tutorials with code.

30. LWN

Price: Up to $300 per article.

Topics: Development of free software projects.

31. Mental Floss

Price: Up to $200 per article.

Topics: Movies and TV series, Music, Literature and art, Language, Food and drink, Helpful tips and life hacks, Scientific discoveries, Pop culture fads, events, and personalities.

32. Mattermost

Price: Up to $350 per article.

Topics: Broad range-Content that helps beginner to intermediate software developers.

33. Moviemaker

Price: Up to $500 per article.

Topics: Movies such as Festival Beat, How They Did It, Documentary Home Cinema, and World Cinema.

34. Narratively

Price: Up to $300 per article.

Topics: First-person stories, reported stories, hidden history, and photo essays.

35. Nation

Price: Up to $500 per article.

Topics: Civil liberties, Civil rights, Labour, Economics, Environmental issues, Feminist issues, Politics, and The arts.

36. Neptune

Price: Up to $500 per article.

Topics: Machine learning, Data science, and how-to instructions.

37. Paperspace

Price: $200-$300 per article.

Topics: Data science, machine learning, and other topics.

38. PHP Architect

Price: $175 per article.

Topics: Technical articles about PHP.

39. Rancher

Price: $300 per article.

Topics: DevOps, Kubernetes, and Rancher.

40. Real Python

Price: Up to $300 per article.

Topics: Helping Python developers around the world become more proficient.

41. Sanity.io

Price: Up to $250 per article.

Topics: Articles and how-to instructions with a technical focus.

42. SitePoint

Price: $250 per article.

Topics: Design, and business concepts.

43. Solace

Price: $300 per article.

Topics: Solace Technologies.

44. Screen Rant

Price: Over $100 per article.

Topics: In-depth content with expert knowledge in one or more of Screen Rant’s featured categories.

45. Strapi

Price: Up to $200 per article.

Topics: Vue, Open Source, JavaScript, GraphQL, Jamstack, and React.

46. Strong Whispers

Price: Up to $150 per article.

Topics: Lifestyle, Environment, Social issues, and much more.

47. TakeShape

Price: Up to $300 per article.

Topics: Code-based web development tutorials on React, JavaScript, GraphQL, and Jamstack.

48. Tech Beacon

Price: $400 per article.

Topics: Development, DevOps, QA, and IT Security.

49. Tutorialspoint

Price: Up to $500 per article.

Topics: In-depth tutorials on technical guides and business.

50. Twilio

Price: Up to $500 per article.

Topics: Technical tutorials helping people to scale.

51. TypingDNA

Price: Up to $500 per article.

Topics: Technical articles related to TypingDNA.

52. What Culture

Price: Up to $500 per article.

Topics: Films, Music, Gaming, Sports, and Television

53. WPHUB

Price: $200 per article.

Topics: Wordpress tutorials and articles.

Conclusion

I do hope this list helped you get closer to getting your first writing gig.

I have done background checks on the sites to make sure you’re not being duped of your time and writing skills. I highly recommend visiting other resources like Who Pays Technical Writers and Community Writer Programs to better assist your search. This list is not exhaustive as more platforms keep emerging to help you scale as a writer.

You can browse through the web to find more websites that take submissions based on your niche and get paid. I wish you well!

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