12 Sites for Moms That Pay $100+ to Write Make Money Now as a Stay-at-Home Mom

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In addition to sharing some information about each publication, we offer details — whenever we could find them — on how much each brand pays. Yet it can be challenging to find parenting publications that pay. Mamalode will pay moms to write content about genuine moment of parenthood. The site is being re-designed and new submissions will be accepted after March 2018. Mom.Me will pay you to write pregnancy, parenting, and family life content. You just have to send your pitch to their media/PR department here.

We are currently welcoming new guest bloggers to submit an article for our review. As a contributor, you will inspire parents to be their selves on a platform that promotes parenting stories, voices, and diverse experiences. PDX Parent is a parenting magazine and website that covers kid and family-friendly activities in Portland. Currently, they are only looking for Pacific Northwest writers. A Fine Parent is an “online community for parents who believe that great parents are made, not born.” They provide resources that help the readers become better parents.

The word limit for the guest post should be between 1800 to 2200 words. Please note that the content should be submitted as the Google Doc via email. I have a friend who is much interested in freelance writing and this was a very interesting read im going to share this post her, Thanks. You’re trying to turn your hobby blog into a money-making business.

The working mom has to be able to balance her career and manage the home front. Do not divulge personal information on the site. Avoid all personal attacks, bullying, violence, and any form of harassment. Libel and abusive content will not be tolerated. If you are found wanting, you will instantly be removed from the platform. This ensures the site stays true to its purpose and remains a source of comfort and solace.

Their list of acceptable topics includes recipes, practical home ideas, DIY ideas, parenting tips, and mother/women related issues. Payment amount is not confirmed in their submission guidelines, so send a pricing pitch with your submission. They want SEO optimized posts of 1,000 to 2,000 words. Juno is an online community and a digital magazine focused on pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood.


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Yummy Mummy will pay moms to write content based on parenting humor, trending topics, list articles, and personal stories. This is a Canadian-based blog that encourages unfiltered motherhood and acceptance. We have already cleared up that finding parenting blogs that accept guest posts is quite a challenge.

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