Paid Writing Opportunities: Finance

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On Monday, I shared my finance writing mind map. Today, it’s time to share finance publications that pay writers. If you enjoy writing about finance, it’s a very easy flip to write for business publications, so make sure you check out that list as well. Here are some more publications that pay for articles on personal finance, budgeting, investing, and

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Mind Map Monday: Finance

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Enjoy writing about finance? How about diversifying your niche to find even more paid writing opportunities? I’ve shared the finance mind map before, but on this post, I’ll show you how I’d use it to find more freelance writing gigs.     If I enjoy writing about finance, I could pitch finance and business publications. I could do copywriting for

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Paid Writing Opportunities: Business

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If you enjoy writing about the diverse world of business, here are some places you should pitch. Remember that writing about business doesn’t have to be restricted to these outlets, though. Check out the business mind map to see exactly how many more writing opportunities you can find, all while growing your authority in the business niche.   1. Fortune

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Paid Writing Opportunity: Motorcycle Enthusiasts

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If you’re a motorcycle aficionado and a writer, why not get paid to write about your passion? Rider is a magazine for motorcycle enthusiasts. Their audience consists of experienced and affluent motorcycle riders, so be sure to write accordingly. This is important: they want queries (not full manuscripts) by snail mail, but they will respond by email. Allow 4-8 weeks

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Paid Writing Opportunities: House & Home Magazines

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Do you love to make a house a home (and write about it)? Whether you like writing about simple home solutions or fancy interior design, here are some opportunities that would be right up your alley (or hallway). Add these 5 house and home magazines that pay writers to your pitching calendar. Then do your research: read back issues, study

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Paid Writing Opportunities: Greeting Cards

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Do you love greeting cards?  Have you ever thought about writing greeting cards for pay? If you’re able to condense emotions into a few verses and keep your writing tight, you might have a place in the greeting card industry. But as always, I’m not here to B.S. you: getting work accepted by these companies is hard, and very few

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How to write greeting cards for pay

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How to earn money writing greeting cards If you love getting cards in the mail and you’re a writer, chances are you’ve thought about writing greeting cards. Yes, there are some greeting card companies that accept submissions from freelance writers (but forget Hallmark).     Can you condense the immensity of love into a few verses? Do you want to

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Get Paid to Write About Parenting

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5 Parenting Magazines & Blogs that Pay for Writing How many pitches have you sent so far in 2019? This year, I’m taking January to really organize myself, and February is when I’ll hit the ground running with more pitches and even more content creation. I’ve already finalized my content calendar for this website all the way to the first

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Get Paid for Writing in 2019

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Is it finally time to get paid for writing? If you’re committed to getting paid for writing in 2019, it’s time to commit to pitching publications. You can also pitch companies, but it’s always a good idea to get some bylines in publications to get a bit of social proof. Why social proof is important if you want to get

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Where to Find Freelance Writing Gigs, Part 2

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Starting a freelance writing career isn’t always easy. There are confusing terms to learn, decisions about office space to make, budgeting and cash flow projections, and a million other items on the to-do list. But most important of all, you need to find clients. Without clients, there’s no business. And if you want to make a living as a writer, you

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