Are you a writer looking to increase your bottom line?
Do you need fresh ideas for markets to query?

The above guides can help.

Each one contains up-to-date guidelines and contact information for dozens of hand-picked markets that I personally researched so you can concentrate on more important things--like, you know, actually writing.

Get started by choosing the rate that most appeals to you at this point in your career:

* 10 to 15 Cents per Word (100+ markets)
* 20 to 30 Cents per Word (100+ markets)
* 35 to 50 Cents per Word (55+ markets)
* 50 Cents or More per Word (55+ markets)
* $1 per Word and UP (23+ markets)

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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

50 Markets that Pay Freelance Writers More than 50 Cents per Word – Including 27 Markets that Pay up to $1 per Word and More

The fourth e-book in my Markets for Writers series is now available for sale at Here is some information about the new title:

  • All of the publications listed in this e-book pay more than 50 cents per word. The pay may vary depending on the specific department you write for and other factors, such as the quality of your articles and the amount of time and research you put into writing them, but these are all high-paying markets.
  • 27 of the publications pay up to $1 per word or more.
  • More than one half of the publications do not appear in the 2013 Writer's Market published by Writer's Digest Books (widely regarded as the “Bible” of freelance writing).
  • Each listing is presented on its own page in a concise, uncluttered format that allows you to assess markets quickly and access up-to-date guidelines and other relevant information confirming the rate of pay with the click of a mouse.
  • 38 of the publications are U.S.-based, while the rest are based in Canada (9 publications) and Australia (3 publications).
  • Although standards are high, many of the publications are open to working with new writers.
  • Niches include everything from cooking, parenting, sports, travel, health, and the military to science, history, politics, business, education, women’s issues, the environment, and more.
  • Each market has been painstakingly researched so you can focus on what you do best: Writing.

Imagine if you wrote 1,000 words per day, five days per week, solely for markets that paid an average of 60 cents per word.

You’d be a six-figure freelancer who earned an average of $12,000 per month.

Think that’s unrealistic?

Let 2013 be the year you start earning more than half a buck for every word you write, and find out for yourself.

50 Markets that Pay Freelance Writers More than 50 Cents per Word – Including 27 Markets that Pay up to $1 per Word and More may be just what you need to take your earnings up a notch.

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