Wednesday Markets (3 Freelance Writing Gigs Paying 10 to 20 Cents per Word!)

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Welcome to Wednesday Markets, a weekly listing of freelance writing gigs that pay at least 10 cents per word (many pay substantially more).

In order to get a listing on this site, an ad must state the rate of pay and pay no less than 10 cents per word.

Please note, however, that I cannot vouch for any company or entity on this list. It is important to research a company thoroughly before entering into a work arrangement.

Also, ads tend to expire quickly. If an ad is expired, take note of the company name in the right-hand column. In some cases, you may find that the company still needs writers and welcomes new writer applications.

This week’s list includes 3 freelance writing jobs paying anywhere from 10 to 20 cents per word.

For long-term opportunities, see my e-books for writers.

Two to four posts per month for “employee-focused blog” 10 cents per word: $50 for articles of 500 words and $100 for articles of 1,000 words PeopleJoy, Inc. (USA)
Writers to evaluate and write “objective reviews about various MLM companies, franchises, and other similar businesses.” 15 to 20 cents per word for articles of 2,500 to 3,000 words Websmith Inc. (USA)
Contributors with “subject matter expertise in Earth Science, Biology, Physics, Astronomy, and Chemistry (and their sub-disciplines) to produce high-quality posts on recent discoveries/research, as well as guides and outlining content for infographics.” Up to about 15 cents per word: $75 for posts of 500 to 1,250 words, $150 for standard articles of 1,000 to 2,500 words, and $350 for feature articles of 2,000 to 5,000 words Essentially Simple (USA)

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Then check out my latest e-book, which lists 201 well-researched markets paying 10 to 15+ cents per word to freelance writers.

Why buy an e-book? Unlike ads, which are often focused on temporary needs and may expire quickly, the markets listed in my e-books for writers generally provide long-term opportunities that give you the chance to build relationships with editors and make on-going submissions to the publications you wish to write for. Get started now!

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