A lot of sites present online that pay you either don’t pay you, or they don’t ever accept your work, or you just don’t operate in the model train niche.
They also may pay some people $100 an article, but you will get maybe $1 until you have turned out a few hundred articles for them. That’s basically working for $3 an hour if you are really in your zen for months. So don’t want to live like that.
Finally, you never know if the company may change their policy tomorrow and they don’t pay any more. All the work you have done for them doesn’t matter anymore because you are going to have to migrate somewhere, hoping that you can drag your followers with you, something your site, surely won’t advertise.

iWriter

If you write for this website, you’ll start earning up to $15 per article. iWriter enables you to select the topics you like to write about, decide on the number of articles you are able to write on a daily basis, and start working on your own schedule.

Sometimes the clients reject the articles or ask for revisions, but the writers get fair payments for great content in most cases.

HubPages

HubPages gets a lot of traffic, so it’s definitely worthy of attention. You’ll need to submit articles of 700+ words, but make sure they are free of spelling and grammar errors if you want to get them approved.

Patreon

Patreon is a site that allows Writer to post whatever it is they made that can be shared online. They share their patreon profile so that their fans and supporters can sign up to support them every time the creator posts something new. It is a great way for a writer to post whatever it is they want and not be confined to whatever some editor demands.

If you do happen to write for one of the pay-to-write sites, there is also nothing stopping you from posting it to patreon as well. They don’t determine what you write. They aren’t publishers. They just let you post whatever you wrote somewhere else and your fans and followers pay your whatever they want you to have for your work. Think of it like a Kickstarter or GoFundMe that doesn’t focus on one time big projects, but continual support for ongoing creators. It’s a lot like being able to give you a tip for hard work like at a restaurant or coffee shop. Patrons aren’t paying for anything, they’re just saying, “Thank you and keep up the good work.”

Developer Tutorials
http://www.developertutorials.com/writers.php

Niche: Web Design

Payment Method: Paypal

Developer Tutorials is a programming/web design blog. You can submit articles to Developer Tutorials on anything from programming to web design, and you will be able to get $30-$50 for list articles, and $50-$100 for tutorials.

Developer Tutorials also allows you a bio with a link back to your blog. So, you can easily build your portfolio, and as a result expose your work to thousands of people.

Audio Tuts+

http://audio.tutsplus.com

Niche: Audio

Payment Method: Paypal/Moneybookers

Audio Tuts+ is one of the blogs in the Envato blog network, and they also provide people with writing opportunities.

You can easily make $50 by contributing a “Quick Tip” to Audio Tuts+. According to Audio Tuts+ a quick tip should be around 500 words, so you should be able to make some quick bucks for your short articles.

WorldStart

http://www.worldstart.com

Niche: Computer Tips

Payment Method: Paypal/Check (for those in the US)

WorldStart is another great website providing freelance writers with several options to make money from their writing. There are various payment options you can get with them. They have the $25 option for 250 words article, the $40 option for 400 words articles, the $45 option for 600 words articles and the $50 option for 800 words articles.

With over 300,000 monthly visitors, if you’re in the tech/computing niche you can a lot of exposure and some more writing opportunities come your way by writing for this blog.

Writers Weekly

http://writersweekly.com/

Niche: Making Money Writing

Payment Method: Unknown

Writers Weekly isn’t a blog. Instead, it is an online publication that is distributed to paying subscribers. With Writers Weekly you will be paid anything from $40 to $60 for articles you submit.

Listverse
http://listverse.com

Niche: General

Payment Method: Paypal

Listverse is looking for interesting and unique list articles from writers. Your lists can be about anything, as long as the topic is unique, unusual or interesting.

Listverse pays $100 per approved list, and they’d like articles to be around 1,500 words and to feature at least 10 items.

Theme Forest

http://themeforest.net/

Niche: Web Design/Web Development

Payment Method: Paypal/Moneybookers

Themeforest is currently one of the leading authorities in the web design space. You can make up to $100 by contributing an article to Theme Forest, and you can easily use the opportunity to get more exposure for yourself.

Smashing Magazine
http://www.smashingmagazine.com/

Niche: Design/Programming

Payment Method: Unknown

Smashing magazine is the number one web design blog online, and you can easily gain a lot of exposure while at the same time getting paid for every article you submit that is accepted. There is no fixed price for your articles, but you can be rest assured that you will be paid well if your article is of great quality and if it is accepted.

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Rishi Sanuj have more than 10 years of experience as programmer in different internet technology such as asp.net, C#, MVC, SQL Server. Also have experience in digital marketing.

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