Blogs that Pay $50+ for Guest Posts

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Guest blogging can do a ot to help an author build name recognition, but it doesn’t often bolster your bank account. Here are a few paying gigs I found with a link back to the whole list of paying guest blogging opportunities.

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(Note from Ronda: Guest blogging is a great way to get your name and expertise out there and get traffic to your website and potentially book sales. IT can also be a source of actual cash when you know where to look. This is a guest post in which you'll see a FEW of the 45 paying markets for writers. Go to FreedomWithWriting.com and sign up for their emails to receive a plethora of paying markets right in your inbox.)

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Thank you Jan Chandler for these resources. See original article source for all 45 she lists across several categories.

  1. Miscellaneous

  2. Lawyerist is an online magazine about law practice. They cover topics such as technology, marketing, ethics, practice management, and law school. They pay $100 per article or articles 1,000 words or longer. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
  3. Conspiracy Club pays $50 for well research, fact based articles about conspiracy theories. They accept pitches for articles and pay $50 for published articles. Typical length is 1,500 to 2,000 words. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
  4.  Hakai Magazine “explores science and society in coastal ecosystems.” They accept queries for feature articles. When they first launched, their guidelines said they pay $1/word. Pay is not listed on the guidelines anymore, but should still be quite competitive. Features range from 1,000 to 3,000 words. Shorter articles are around 350 words. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
  5. Funny Times is a monthly humor magazine that publishes funny stories and cartoons. They pay $60 for stories, and all contributors receive a complimentary subscription to the magazine. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
  6. The IWA Wine Blog is the official blog of International Wine Accessories. They publish articles that help wine collectors and connoisseurs store and enjoy wine. They pay $50 per post. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
  7. The American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) Blog publishes informative articles on “holistic health and wellness.” They’re looking for graduates, students, and industry experts with experience in the healthcare field. They pay $50 per post (600-1,000 words). To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
  8. The Partially Examined Life is a philosophy blog and podcast that discusses all aspects of various philosophies and texts. They publish thoughtful blog posts and essays that discuss philosophy in any and all contexts. They pay up to $60 per post/article. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
  9. Submittable is a widely-used submissions portal that publishes its own blog. They accept articles that discuss publishing or digital media. They’re also looking for book reviews and essays on any topic, as long as they “of high literary quality.” They pay $50 per post. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.

To see all 45 blogs that pay at least $50 for guest posts, please see the original article source here. Other categories include parenting, entertainment, and travel.

Thanks, Jan!

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How Can Guest Blogging Help Me Develop My Author Voice?

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Being a successful book author means more than writing a book. It means reaching your ideal reader and developing your author’s voice. Guest Blogging is one way to do this. There’s even a contest in which you can win $1,000!

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How Can Guest Blogging Help Me Develop My Author Voice?

by Ronda Del Boccio

Blogging on your own site is important, yet it's not always easy. Sometimes a blogger may feel stumped for new ideas or stuck in a rut.

Another important aspect of writing in whatever format is developing your author's voice.

Developing your voice comes from DOING –

Creating materials

  • writing –  including flyers, articles, emails, social posts, and ultimately books
  • speaking – such as videos, interviews speaking engagements

Interacting with prospects and readers/customers

  • answering questions – whether written or spoken
  • conversations – with readers and prospects

Are you speaking into empty space?

Being a book author is about much more than simply writing and publishing a book.

An expert in energy, whom I will call Justin, said, “I want to be a speaker.” He wrote a book and published it. He began marketing the book. He looked for speaking engagements, yet he found few organizations who wanted him.

Where did Justin go wrong?

He had put out his book “in a vacuum.”

  • He did not research who is the ideal reader/customer for him.
  • He did not solve a specific problem in h is nonfiction book.
  • He spoke to his passions but not to a need.

If justin knew more about his ideal reader and the questions and problems this person wanted solved, he would make better progress.

One way to get to know your ideal readers is to ENGAGE with them. This is much easier done where there is already a conversation happening.

How Guest Blogging Helps Develop Your VOICE

Guest blogging is an excellent way to develop your voice because you are:

  • writing for an already-established audience (that of the blog on which you are a guest blogger)
  • writing for your ideal reader (assuming you have chosen the right blogs)
  • speaking to issues or concerns those readers have (based on your post being requested and approved)
  • developing your style, metaphors, and language

Back to Justin, if he had been getting to know his audience by interacting with them and by guest blogging, he would be better able to speak to what they want to hear and develop his voice as a writer (and public speaker)

How can you find guest blogging opportunities?.

MyBlogGuest is an easy way to get started as a guest blogger. There are sites seeking articles, and you can pitch blog owners as well.

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Follow your BLISS!

Ronda Del Boccio, the Story lady

Creator of the BLISS Butterfly and the 30 Day Awakened Author Challenge

Original Article Source on WriteOnPurpose.com

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