But otherwise, if we couldn’t verify what the blog pays on the blog itself, we left that opportunity off this list. We wouldn’t want you missing out on any opportunities, so check out each category carefully for your possible future blogging gig. Also, we have an even bigger list (1000 ) of blogs that accept guest posts (but they don’t pay you for them).Michelle Pippin is for entrepreneurs, and as such offers posts on marketing, productivity, and ways to make money online. Pippin is selling something (and she’s very aggressively building an email list) but that doesn’t mean you can’t get paid for writing.This is a big-name business magazine that’s as well-known as it is authoritative and respected in the business world.Writing for Entrepreneur is resume-topper stuff, and it’s fantastic that they offer freelancers the chance to make a name for themselves. I especially want to hear your stories if that intern was you.
In that vein, this is the ultimate list of blogs that pay writers for guest posts.
As of this writing, all payment and other information has been verified.
In only a handful of cases on this list are there any “reported” payment data, and only then because the opportunity seems so great it hardly matters what the pay might be.
It was founded a while back with the idea of supporting the case for adult education when federal budget cuts made it seem funding would disappear forever.
Now, it serves as inspiration for teachers and students to incorporate all kinds of social change into the adult education agenda.