#FreelanceWriting Opp: Education Bloggers (pays up to about 16.5 cents per word)

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Below is a link to a paying job opportunity for freelance writers. In order to get a listing on this site, an ad must state the rate of pay and pay a minimum of 10 cents per word.

Note that ads frequently expire soon after they are posted.

Today’s ad is for education bloggers (see our disclaimer).

As advertised on ProBlogger:

Red Cup Agency seeks education bloggers to write about topics in K-12 education. Our preferred topics include: how using tech in the classroom can encourage reading, how to recognize legitimate news online, how to assign reading that might not be textbook-based, how teachers are using Chromebooks  and the Google platform in the K-12 classroom, how administrators are working with digital data such as student rosters, SIFs, and data from online learning management systems.

The pay:

Our rate for this assignment ranges from $50 to $200 per article, depending on your experience and social media following.  The target word count is from 750-1200 words per article.

Read the full ad here. And if 6 to 16 cents per word is a rate that appeals to you, check out the following e-book, which lists dozens of markets paying 10 to 15 cents per word:

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