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Get Paid to Post on Writing Sense

 

We are joining the ranks of literary and writers blogs who pay their contributors for posts! Writing Sense wants to support the community of writers, so we are now paying $100 for guest posts. We are hoping to improve the quality of our site. PLEASE follow the following steps before you submit work to us.

 

  1. Subscribe to Every Writer the Magazine here. Your blog post will also appear in our Magazine, and it’s the best way to understand what we are all about. It also helps us expand our circulation.
  2. Become part of our community and post comments on our Writing Sense Blog. We want people who are active on the site to be our writers.
  3. Submit your best attention grabbing title/article idea with an outline for your guest blog post in an email with the subject line: GUEST BLOG POST. I will write back and let you if I’m interested, and how to proceed.
  4. Do not write the article until we have agreed on the topic.
  5. I will pay on publication. We are just getting started, so now is your best chance to get published on our site.
  6. We buy exclusive rights to the publication. We reserve the right to reprint or republish them at a later time. The post will be on our site and then in Every Writer the Magazine. We do not want the post published on other sites. It damages our rankings in search engines when it is duplicate content.
  7. The post must be original. If it has been published on other sites or with other magazines, DO NOT SEND IT.
  8. We are looking for 500 words or more.
  9. You can query as many times as you like (don’t spam us)! We are happy to publish the same person/great writer, more than once.

We want posts for writers. We want attention grabbing, and we want useful. That’s about it for now. Over time what you send me will shape what I’m looking for, but for now, the sky is the limit.

Send your query to eds@everywritersresource.com with the subject heading: Guest Blog Post.

Richard Edwards has a BFA in Creative Writing and Journalism from Bowling Green State University and an M.S. in Education from the University of Akron. Managing editor of Drunk Duck, poetry editor for Prairie Margins, reporter for Miscellany, Akron Journal, Lorain Journal...check our About Us page for more. Also here is info on our On Classic Articles

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