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The Ultimate List of Sites That Pay You for Blogging- Part 4

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Finally after the long wait, the fourth part of the “get paid to blog” list is here. This post was requested by several of my readers so here it is. I didn’t know I would be able to discover some new sites that pay to blog. After going through several sources, I somehow came across some good ones but before you check them out, you should know: Truth hurts and the fact is, after going through some of the previous list, I found out that a few of the sites have turned rotten.

Some of my readers reported on the VIP forum that a few sites they signed up with wasn’t paying or were fraud. I have decided to update all the 4 lists but I still can’t guarantee the legitimacy of these sites. I do my best and post after I have thoroughly researched but mistakes are bound to happen. If you come across any new sites then let me know and ill add it to the list; if you find out some of the sites listed are scam then please let me know that as well. You guys can help me sort out things and keep the blog clean so feedbacks are always welcome.

Now sit back and check out the sites.

Sites That Pay You to Blog IV

1. Blogitive

Blogitive helps you generate buzz online and build up links to your company website. With a network of bloggers established over years of business Blogitive provides you with a way to get thousands of qualified websites to reference your business in their own words. Check them out!

 

2. Mashable

Mashable requires no introduction. Its one of the largest social media news sites and they are constantly seeking authors and writers to join their community. Check out their job section which has several posting for bloggers. You can use the filter option when searching for jobs; thiss will make it easier for you too look for jobs only in the blogging niche.

 

3. Digital Journal

Digital Journal is a great site with ton of stuff to do. You can post news, blogs, embed videos, join groups, discuss, debate or whatever. And get paid for it 🙂 Work as a digital journalist and do all the above and make money. Fill out and application provided in their page and you might just qualify.

 

4. Wise Bread

Do you know a lot about personal finance or frugal living? You can share that knowledge with devoted readers while earning money for your writing. Not only you can get great exposure because Wise Bread has been featured on several media such as PC World, MSN money, CNBC, New York Times and more. Join the community, share knowledge and make money.

 

5. Shared Reviews

Create your contributor profile, develop your writing and feedback skills, and strategize your way through 50 different levels to unlock new abilities, collect fun rewards, and earn real cash each month. It’s challenging, fun, and like no other publishing platform you’ve ever seen according to them. Join the Game.

 

6. Software Judge

If you have strong opinions about software, whether positive or negative, and want to get paid for your reviews, this is the right place. They pay up to 50 dollars for tell-it-like-it-is, no marketing BS, straight talking software reviews. However, they don’t accept random reviews. They only accept real honest reviews of softwares that are listed on their website.  Obviously, your review has to be damn good in order to make 50$ from it. However, you get paid at least a buck for any review published. Ten reviews – ten bucks. Twenty reviews – twenty bucks. You do the math. The better your work, the more money you get for writing fewer reviews.

 

7. myLot

Their goal is to provide internet users a place to earn money using the web on a day to day basis. It’s easy, sign up and start discussions, post responses or comments to current discussions or blogs, perform searches, or refer friends! Referring friends is a great way to earn passive income on myLot.

 

8. Constant Content

No fluffs, not but, no b/S ..you simply write for them, write on any topics that you like and you get paid when your content sells. If you really are interested to write content for others, how about doing it for your own blog ;). Just a friendly tip

 

9. Oboulo

YOU can become an author with Oboulo in a few clicks. Publish your documents with “The publication search engine on the net” and reach out to more than a million unique users a month. In a few simple steps you will be able to sell your documents to earn money, and continue to do so at your own frequency. Pretty interesting network and worth checking out regardless of their weird interface 🙂

 

10. About

Become a guide at about and get paid. Every month, About Guides and contributors create content that helps 75 million visitors in their moment of need. They offer solutions and create community experiences on everything from health care and parenting issues to travel, cooking, technology, hobbies and more.

 

Verdict

Just wanted to mention again, I did my best to check out the relevancy and legitimacy of all the websites but I still suggest that you do your own research before you sign up.

So right now, I have listed about 40 websites that pay you to blog. I hope you guys find it useful and as said earlier, I will update whichever posts that require an update so make sure you stay in the loop.

Last but not the least, a closing tip that might be helpful 🙂 If you are really serious about making money blogging then try considering writing for yourself, your company and your blog; instead of focusing on other sites and making them rich. Although you can make some money from these sites, you won’t get rich. Use the money earned from these sites to create your own blog and make a killing in the long run while connecting with your readers. Talk soon!

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