These are lists of websites that pays up to $100 for eaxh content you create for them. Niches cut across literature, sci-fi, tech, medicine etc.
While you can earn money writing for Scotch as a beginner, they consider previous writing experience a huge plus. They typically respond to accepted pitches in two weeks.
They pay $150 per article.
2. Drop Zone
Dropzone is a leading skydiving blog that pay writers. They are looking for articles about skydiving, skydiving gear, and anything skydiving-related.
They pay $50 – $100 per article. You get paid $50 for any article that is accepted and up to $100 for an article.
3. Site Point
Sitepoint is currently one of the leading websites online when it comes to web development, and they are interested in paying quality freelance writers to contribute to their growing network.
Articles can be about web performance, analytics, React, Node, Angular, Vue, UX prototyping, and any of the other hubs on SitePoint.
There is an application process that they use to vet writers, and having experience and a background in any of the topics is an advantage.
They pay $100 or more per article depending on a lot of factors. Payment is made via PayPal.
Smashing Magazine is one of the biggest names in web design and web development, and they’ve been in the game for so long. They are looking for in-depth tutorials and articles, research-backed opinion pieces, case studies, and ultimate guides on the subject of web design and web development.
Articles can be about topics that range from user experience, to Photoshop, to Mobile, to design patterns, to e-commerce, to accessibility, and anything else. Once it contributes to a better web experience, it will most likely be accepted.
While they don’t publicly specify rates, I can confirm based on experience that they pay up to $200 per article. Payment is made via PayPal or Bank Tranfer.
5. Club House
Clubhouse is a project management platform for software developers, and they are paying software engineers or people with software development/engineering experience to write for their blog. Blog posts can be in the form of how to guides, in-depth tutorials, analysis of the software team, career advice, and thought leadership pieces related to software development or engineering.
Clubhouse pays writers up to $600 for each accepted article.
They pay $350 per article for each blog post they accept, $400 per article for each how-to/tutorial they accept, and $600 per article for each how-to/tutorial.