They accept submissions in a variety of categories. They aim to respond to submissions within 30 days. According to our sources, they pay $1 CDN per word.
If facts are included in the article, a link to the source must be provided. • All content submitted to Happytrips will be screened by our editor , and edited if required before it is selected for the site. • All authors are required to submit high-resolution, landscape-oriented photos for each POI in the guide. Travel Writers, here’s your chance to get published on India’s fastest growing travel portal. Please note that we reserve the right to edit or modify any unwanted content in your article before publication. Do not include promotional material in your posts.
The Write Life pays for some posts — you’ll need to negotiate your rate. Vice‘s pay rate varies, so you will need to negotiate if you’d like to write about food, technology, music, fashion, and other lifestyle topics. Gothamist pays $50-$150 for reported pieces about New York. BBC Britain doesn’t publish their pay rate, but I’ve seen reports of $350-$1,000 for various BBC sites. Pitch stories with a British slant for an international audience.
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Keep in mind that pay will need to be negotiated. Develop an outline for a blog post or write a query letter. Most of the websites require pitches or query letters before sending a completed manuscript.
We’re including markets where freelance writers in our network report they pay more than $50, in order to bring you the widest variety of paying markets possible. While this is one of the sites that pay closer to $250 for posts about people living with disabilities, they do not currently have any calls for submissions. The Layout pays up to $150 for blog posts about design-related topics and tutorials. Very interesting to find this article and i would like to know more about how to be ready for travel writing jobs.
So, if you are looking for a travel writer job dealing with RVs, this is a great option. This one is a bit more niche, but is an excellent freelance writing gig if you have the necessary expertise. You’ll find a truly shocking range in the amount that publications pay. In this list for example, I have publications that offer anything from $10 per article to $750.
ACA publishes articles both online and in print, although their online guest blogs don’t talk about pay, their in-print page does. Note that submissions end in October of each month for in-print. They’re looking for posts about bicycle travel and tour reviews from around the world.
Texas-based writers are preferred, because the site requires in-person visits. WPHub pays $100-$200 for posts on web design trends, coding best practices, and other WordPress-related topics. WordCandy pays 6-10 cents a word for ghostwritten pieces about WordPress — these will appear on some of the larger WordPress blogs, such as wpmudev. Indeni pays $50-$200 for posts that cover Check Point firewalls, F5 load balancers or Palo Alto Networks firewalls.