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Best High-Paying Freelance Gigs of the Week: July 22, 2019

Best High-Paying Freelance Gigs of the Week: July 22, 2019

Here’s this week’s work-from-home freelance writing jobs. These gigs pay at least $50 a piece, offer a full-time salary, or pay more than $25 an hour. Each one is labeled as a remote job, virtual job or work-from-home job, which means you can do the work from anywhere.

Also, here are 30+ sites that pay writers for articles, so be sure to check that out.

Note: I don’t know anything about these positions other than what I post. I weed out the seedy looking ones, but it is your job to be diligent when applying. Also, please don’t message me with questions about the postings. If a link doesn’t work the posting has probably been taken down because the gig has been filled. If you have a gig for freelance writers that pays at least $50 a peice or over $25 an hour, please contact me and I will include your gig in next week’s post.

Wine & Country Magazine

Pay: $75-175 per article

More information: Indeed

Digital Travel Platform Needs Experiential Storytellers

Pay: $50 - 100

More information: Craigslist

Automotive Writers

Pay: $250 to $500

More information: AllFreelanceWriting

Adventure Cyclist

Pay: 25 to 50 cents per word

More information: Adventure Cyclist Submissions

American Educator

Pay: $300

More information: American Educator Submissions

Looking for Ideas

Pay: $1 per word

More information: FFWD is a new publication, and we’re always looking for story ideas

Feel you have something to add to the dialogue around online video? Want to write for FFWD? We’d love to hear your pitches.

What is FFWD?

Think of it like The Economist for online video (meaning at the minute YouTube, Twitch and TikTok), looking at the bigger trends and putting them into all-important context, explaining to readers what their wider impact is for society and how this shifts the way we work, earn money, and spend our time.

The publication will lead the conversation on things that I and others who know this space say are going to become big, while also acknowledging that perhaps trying to see outside of the online video bubble can be hard.

We won’t just up content daily for the sake of it, and focusing on fringe creators in a facile way. Stories need to be more in-depth than the current state of coverage of online video.

What do you want?

We’re running three stories (between 1,000–1,500 words) a week.

The best way to describe it is that the weekly reporting takes on big themes and trends in the online video space and look intelligently at its broader impact; when something warrants it and we have something useful to say, we’ll do a contextualising story on events as and when they happen, while also always taking the conversation on; or starting a whole new conversation.

If something breaks during the week, we’ll be looking for smart takes that go beyond what mainstream publications are doing, explaining why this is important.

How do I pitch?

Send me a brief summary of what you’d like to write about, including who you’d talk to and what you’d say! I’m at and always happy to receive pitches.

Tech Writer

Pay: $150 per blog post, with higher rates paid for more experience and longer posts

More information: Mediabistro

Yes! Magazine

Pay: online reported articles is $.35 per word, and pay for print reported articles is $.50 per word

More information: Yes! Magazine Submissions

Marketing Content Writer

Pay: Fulltime

More information: Be Found Online

Chicken Soup for the Soul

Pay: $200 + 10 free books

More information: We have many Chicken Soup for the Soul books in development and we frequently add new titles. If you have a great story or poem you want to submit but it doesn’t fit with any of the topics listed, please save it and check this page again in the future to see if we have added a topic that’s a better match.

If you have a story or poem that you think fits two of the topics listed, you may submit it to both. Then let us know in the Comments section that you’ve done so. Also, you may submit more than one piece for each book.

We are always looking for new talent. So whether you are a regular contributor or new to our family, please share your story or poem with us. If this is your first time, please visit our Story Guidelines page, which will answer many of your questions about subject matter, length, and style.

Please scroll through the topics listed at the link to see what we're working on! Then click on the Submit Your Story link and you will be taken to our submission form.

Freelance Journalist

Pay: Fulltime

More information: Mediabistro

Associate Editor, SuperSummary

Pay: $22 per hour

More information: Mediabistro

Content Update Editors And Producers, Brides

Pay: $15-25/hr with potential for benefits

More information: Mediabistro

Freelance Reporter

Pay: Freelancers can make between $2000 to $3500 a month

More information: Mediabistro

Sports Betting Writer

Pay: Fulltime

More information: LinkedIn

Latinxs Digital Media Content Writer

Pay: Fulltime

More information: LinkedIn

Telecommute Medical Devices Writer

Pay: Fulltime

More information: Virtual Vocations

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