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Best High-Paying Freelance Gigs of the Week: September 9, 2019

Best High-Paying Freelance Gigs of the Week: September 9, 2019

There some great freelance writing opportunities this week! Check them out!

These freelance writing opportunities 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 and 20 high paying magazines looking for pitches, 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.


Technical Writer (Cybersecurity)

Pay: Full-time

More information: LinkedIn

Pitches for The Sun Magazine

Pay: Nonfiction $300 to $2,000, Fiction $300 to $2,000, Poetry $100 to $250

More information: Writer’s Guidelines

Technical Writer (Oracle IT)

Pay: Full-time

More information: ZipRecruiter

Pitches for Southwest, The Magazine

Pay: $1 per word

More information: Writer’s Guidelines

Technical and Health Writer

Pay: Full-time

More information: ZipRecruiter

US Call of Duty Esports Writer

Pay: Full-time

More information: HitMaker

Technical Writer

Pay: Full-timeo $65K–85K a year

More information: Dice

Cannabis industry, Crypto-currency, and Developing Online Businesses Using Social Media Writer

Pay: $1k - $10k

More information: Black Business Mine Publishing House

Content Writers

Pay: Full-time

More information: LinkedIn

Ghostwriter Wanted. Audience: Business Owners - Author: Business Coach

Pay: ½-page (approx. 200 words): $40

1-page (approx. 400 words): $60

1.5-pages (approx. 600 words): $80

2-page (approx. 800 words): $100

More information: MediaBistro

Writer With A Copy Editing Background for NerdWallet

Pay: Full-time

More information: MediaBistro

Digital Content Specialist

Pay: Full-time $60-70k

More information: MediaBistro

Content Update Editor, The Balance

Pay: $30 per hour

More information: MediaBistro

Pop Culture Article Ideas for BitchMedia

Pay: Payment varies but is generally $700-$1000 for features, $350 for dispatches, and between $150-$700 for culture stories

More information: Writer’s Guidelines

Tax, Law and Environment Writers

Pay: c $1+ per word

More information: Bloomberg Industry Group

Now accepting submissions to our November publication, ARMOR: Celebrating Fashion, Couture, and the Style Journeys of Queer & Trans People of Color

Pay: Nonfiction Articles/Essays: up to $500 each.

Personal Essays: $200.

Alternative Formats: up to $500 each (varies per content type)

Visual Artist Features: $300 to the writer; $100 stipend to the artist.

More information: Writer’s Guidelines

Article Pitches to Writer’s Digest

Pay:

“For manuscripts, we pay 30–50 cents per word, on acceptance, for first world rights for one-time print use and perpetual electronic use. Should we want to reprint anything we’ve purchased from you in anything other than electronic format, we’ll pay you 25% of the original purchase price per use. Contributor copies are sent to writers and artists whose work appears in that issue.

We do not offer payment for unsolicited online articles and guest posts. except in rare cases when the content is highly focused or unique. In such cases, writers may be paid $50-$100 depending on the depth and length of the work. If payment is not offered, we may agree to include links to the author’s website, social media accounts, and book outlets.”

More information: Writer’s Guidelines

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