Writing From Expertise Pg.2

Writing From Expertise Pg.2

On This page you will find Writing About Expertise Work at Home Jobs and related content. Many will let you work Writing About Expertise remotely from home. You can have virtually no commute time as you stay at home. Writing About Expertise Home office work is rapidly booming and I have listed many of the top companies and resources for you to gain employment. If you do not find a job opportunity through this page, be sure to check some other categories that are related, or the larger companies, as they hire in many different departments and categories and I have to avoid double listing a lot of them for SEO and space reasons.

Do not pay to apply for work to anyone. There are plenty of opportunities to work from home with Writing About Expertise without paying any initial hiring fee. You may though have to pay for a background check though and some require even a credit check. I have plenty of other areas on the website you can use to find Writing About Expertise work from anywhere type, work from home jobs. Try some of the following pages and enter Writing About Expertise in a search like at the  Work From Home Job Boards page listed as a subpage of the Job Boards main page. The search engines there are specialized in finding Work at Home jobs or remote work. The Job Boards page is also good for searches with keywords in your favorite search engine. I also have a page of top Freelance sites that you can use for you searching.

I have other good places to search for remote anywhere type jobs such as the companies listed on the Global Jobs & Global Jobs Pg. 2 and then  Worldwide and Worldwide Pg. 2. Many of them employ in the USA too or are USA based. Good luck in your job search and be sure to check out the job categories of you skill area listed on other parts of this site as the whole site is designed to give you the opportunity to work from you own home and many employ persons from remote or anywhere, Virtual locations.

IndieMade is seeking rock star writers.  If you are an expert in running a creative business, we would LOVE to hear from you.  We need original articles about the business and marketing of creative businesses (fine art, indie crafts, music, writing, photography, clothing design, making jewelry, etc. – See more at: http://www.indiemade.com/content/job-openings#sthash.jHAfukFt.dpuf

InfoBarrel InfoBarrel is redefining the way average users participate in online media sites. By contributing their knowledge in the form of media (articles, videos, picture galleries or sound clips) any user can generate an income stream via the Google Adsense program while simultaneously contributing to a community of knowledge hungry individuals :  http://www.infobarrel.com/Writing_for_InfoBarrel

InterGalactic Medicine Show We are looking for stories of any length in the genres of science fiction and fantasy http://www.intergalacticmedicineshow.com/cgi-bin/mag.cgi?do=content&article=submissions

Internet Brands Publishing Wide range of areas to write in : https://www.ibpublishing.com/

iWorkwell Write/edit instructional articles you are assigned as a Subject Matter Expert (SME)  https://w.iworkwell.com/smes/

King Tutz If you have the skill to write an excellent tutorial for one of our King Tutz sites then we’d like to hear from you. We pay great rates in USD for Money 2 each tutorial that is accepted ($50-$300), and you’ll have the honor of being published on the best tutorial blog network around! http://kingtutz.com/about-us/write-a-tutorial/

KITPLANES We pay between $250 and $1000 for articles, depending on the topic and the length :  http://www.kitplanes.com/contact/writersguidelines.html

Knoji Consumer Knowledge While many sites will let anyone join and publish content, we at Knoji acceptonly highly qualified writers to write for us. We also limit our site to high quality factual articles that convey useful knowledge. This approach has paid off, and Knoji has become a go-to resource for people looking for in-depth information, how-to advice and reviews. Better yet, we have developed an amazing SEO strength – sites like Google love our content and our content ranks well in all the major search engines : https://knoji.com/apply/

LifeTips is growing like crazy. We need expert writers in each of our topics to keep tips and blog posts flowing to readers. You’ll become the Guru for your own Niche Tip Site at LifeTips.com. Get paid in a variety of ways: ad revenue share on the Tip Site, writing assignments with clients, commission from a book we’ll publish and promote for you for free, answering user questions (coming in 2009) and more :  http://www.lifetips.com/about/careers.html

LoveToKnow Freelance Writers are needed to create, update and merge content on a variety of topics. Writers will be assigned to certain channels (topic areas) based on their credentials. Writers are approved to write and edit content only on areas for which they have specialized expertise. Individuals may be approved as writers on more than one channel topic. Writers work with LoveToKnow Editors to ensure all content provided meets the highest standards : http://www.lovetoknow.com/Careers/careers.html

MAD Magazine We’re actively looking to expand our pool of freelance comedy writers and there’s more opportunity to join The Usual Gang Of Idiots than ever. If you have a twisted sense of humor, a peculiar way of looking at the world, or are simply eager to express your immature, strange or just plain silly side, then we want to see your stuff! Here’s what we’re looking for:http://www.dccomics.com/mad/about/?action=submissions

MerchantCircle Make $ helping MerchantCircle develop the best local content on the web! MerchantCircle Local Content Studio pays writers for short articles on US locales and topical subjects. Prepare a “Neighborhood Description” for your town or neighborhood like the example :  http://www.merchantcircle.com/contentwriter/nosignup

Midwest Living is the definitive voice of the Midwest, a bi-monthly lifestyle magazine with a circulation of 925,000. Our articles take a positive, practical approach to helping readers make the most of their lives in four main categories: travel, food, home and garden. The majority of our articles take a service approach, providing detailed information our readers, most of whom are female, can use on their next trip or project. Our article lengths are generally between 100 and 1,000 words. We define the Midwest as Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas. We sometimes do stories in bordering states such as Kentucky, Arkansas and Tennessee. Our writing tone is conversational yet sophisticated. We include writer bylines on features, but most of our freelance opportunity lies in scouting and research : http://www.midwestliving.com/midwest-living-writers-guidelines/

Mind Commerce prefers to work with Subject Matter Experts (SME) in their field. Our SME Analysts will often have real-world experience within various digital technology and telecommunications areas :  http://www.mindcommerce.com/careers.php

MOTHER EARTH NEWS From our readers, we welcome articles and quality photographs for our “Country Lore” department. “Country Lore” presents handy how-to tips of 100 to 300 words; payment is $25 to $100 per published item : http://www.motherearthnews.com/writers-guidelines.aspx

Mother Jones We’re interested in just about anything that will raise our readers’ eyebrows, but we focus especially on these areas: national politics, environmental issues, corporate wrongdoing, human rights, and political influence in all spheres : http://www.motherjones.com/about/writer-guidelines

Ms. Magazine Online Ms. is looking for pieces that use a feminist lens. We consider articles on politics, social commentary, popular culture, law, education, art and the environment. We do not consider articles on fashion, beauty, fitness, travel, food or of a “self-help” variety. Film, music and book reviews are covered in-house. Writers should reference several recent issues to familiarize themselves with content and style :  http://www.msmagazine.com/contact.asp#submissions

OnPoint@Home‘s team is made up of skilled communicators and writers who are interested in current events and want a fast-paced but flexible opportunity :  http://onpointathome.com/opportunities/

Outside Queries should present a clear, original, and provocative thesis, not merely a topic or idea, and should reflect familiarity with the magazine’s content and tone : http://www.outsideonline.com/contact-us

PassageMaker Magazine is a publication covering all aspects of trawlers and ocean motorboats, and welcomes contributions from around the world : http://www.passagemaker.com/magazine/submission-guidelines/

PasteMagazine.com focuses on signs of life in music, movies, TV, videogames, comedy, books, design, tech, drink and all things geek : http://www.pastemagazine.com/paste/2012/03/writer-guidelines.html

Plane&Pilot Submission Guidelines : http://www.planeandpilotmag.com/submissions.html

Poets&Writers We recommend that you read Poets & Writers Magazine before sending us a query or an article for consideration : http://www.pw.org/about-us/submission_guidelines

PM Popular Mechanics We are always in the market for good freelance articles, and invite your queries. Because our magazine is divided into departments according to subject matter, you should direct editorial queries to the departmental editor in your area of interest : http://www.popularmechanics.com/about/about-us

RantRave paid to share opinions $5.00 per post.  Advertisements can be the monetary life-force of the internet, and we’ve incorporated a banner impression option that allows a poster to qualify to receive 50% of banner ad impressions for each page they author : http://www.rantrave.com/

Scripted At Scripted, we want you to focus on what you do best: writing great content. That’s why when you’re a Scripted writer, you’re automatically matched to businesses in your field. Say “good-bye” to countless hours finding work, and “hello” to new projects! https://scripted.com/our-writers/#Amanda A.

Smoky Mountain Living Feature story, 1,500-3,500 words, 5-10 photos required – $250-$450
• Non-fiction/personal essay, 1,000-1,500 words, 3-5 photos required – $200
• Departments, 700-850 words, 3-5 photos required – $125
• Mountain Views essay, 700-850 words, writer headshot required – $125 :  http://www.smliv.com/about/contribute

StudentExperts We provide content creation services for small and medium-sized businesses, and are looking for talented writers with backgrounds in English, journalism or other writing-intensive fields :  http://studentexperts.com/jobs/content-writer-pt-2

The Cheat Sheet is seeking Freelance writers in various fields : http://www.cheatsheet.com/jobs/?ref=FL

The Dollar Stretcher is a group of publications dedicated to “Living Better…for Less”. The goal is to provide readers with ways to help them save time and money. Occasionally we will also include material on ways to make money at home : http://www.stretcher.com/menu/writers.cfm

The Expeditioner Write about Travel. $30.00 per article : http://www.theexpeditioner.com/submissions/

The New Yorker guidelines and article types accepted : http://www.newyorker.com/about/contact

The Paris Review We strongly suggest to all who submit that they read the most recent issues of The Paris Review to acquaint themselves with material the magazine has published :  http://www.theparisreview.org/about/submissions

TheProgressive We publish investigative reporting, reports on activism and social movements, and foreign policy reporting with a U.S. angle, as well as interviews and poetry. Check back with us, as our poetry submission process is changing : http://www.progressive.org/mag/guidelines

The Wirecutter seeking Editors / Writers in the following catergories, Accessories WriterCleaning WriterDental Health WriterHome Automation & Smart Home WritersMen’s Grooming WriterOffice Furniture/Gear WriterPC & PC Accessory WritersPersonal Care Writer, Photo Editor, ResearcherSenior Home EditorTravel Gear WriterElectrical Engineer : http://thewirecutter.com/jobs/

TPE Writers Network is looking for native English speakers with Masters degrees who either live in Asia, Australia or in North America and wish to write overnight for us, or If you are a writer with a Masters degree and you can communicate your thoughts and ideas clearly and succinctly on paper then we might be interested in your services. If you’re interested in writing model term papers in your field of specialty along with related subjects then send us your resume : http://tpewritersnetwork.com/freelance-postings.shtml

Psychology Today We are looking for good, clearly articulated feature ideas–and writers with talent to bring these ideas to life. Nearly any subject related to psychology is fair game. We value originality, insight, and good reporting : https://www.psychologytoday.com/writers-guidelines

Reason We prefer queries to unsolicited manuscripts. Queries should give a good idea of the proposed article’s content and, where applicable, sources. Please tell us your relevant background and send samples of your published writings : https://reason.com/submissions/

Sky & Telescope About half the material in each monthly issue of Sky & Telescope is written by our editors and regular contributors. The rest is authored by science journalists, research astronomers, historians, and accomplished amateur astronomers from all nations and diverse cultures. Many authors write for us again and again, but we’re always looking for new writers eager to share their enthusiasm, talent, and expertise with our readers :  http://www.skyandtelescope.com/writing-for-sky-telescope/

Smithsonian  accepts unsolicited proposals from established freelance writers. Freelance Submissions
Pitch the print magazine | Pitch the website : http://www.smithsonianmag.com/contact/?no-ist=

 

The Sun Magazine  We publish essays, interviews, fiction, and poetry. We tend to favor personal writing, but we’re also looking for provocative pieces on political and cultural issues. And we’re open to just about anything. Surprise us; we often don’t know what we’ll like until we read it.

We pay from $300 to $2,500 for nonfiction, from $300 to $1,500 for fiction, from $100 to $250 for poetry, and from $1,000 to $2,000 for interviews. We also give contributors a complimentary one-year subscription to The Sun. We purchase one-time rights. All other rights revert to the author upon publication :  http://thesunmagazine.org/about/submission_guidelines/writing

 

Sunset Please query us if you’re interested in writing. Go to our guidelines for: Travel Writers,  Garden Writers,  Home Writers : http://www.sunset.com/general/travel-writers

The Wall Street Journal If you would like to submit an article for consideration, it must be exclusive to the Journal. Your article should be a strong argument about an issue in the news. And it should not be a response to a Journal article; that is a letter to the editor. For an idea of what we are looking for, read the Journal’s editorial page on a regular basis : http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB126841622758561059

TipDrop.com Because unlike other microblogging platforms, TipDrop creates focused sets of useful information on specific concepts. No wasting time reading what somebody had for breakfast here. (We also give you the option of keeping 75% of all ad-revenues generated from the tip sheets you create.) Wide range of categories to write in : http://tipdrop.com/ 

Traveler National Geographic  features are usually narrow in scope; we do not cover whole states or countries. Subjects of particular interest to us are national and state parks, historic places, cities, little-known or undiscovered places, train trips, cruises, and driving trips. Service information is generally given separately at the end of each feature in a section that includes how to get to the destination, things to see and do there, and where to obtain more information. The writer is expected to send along as much service information as possible with the manuscript to help us prepare this section : http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/traveler-magazine/about-us/writer-guidelines/

TripBaseBlog  If your article meets our editorial standards then we’ll invite you to become a Tripbase Writer meaning that you’ll be offered article assignments for our travel/food/cruise blogs on a regular basis :  http://www.tripbase.com/blog/do-you-want-to-be-a-travel-writer/

TripleCurve We Only Hire the Best : http://triplecurve.com/

True West History of The American Frontier We actively seek out creative writers who can infuse their articles with dramatic realism, remarkable scholarship and memorable examinations. Writers should seamlessly integrate story and context by providing precise and concrete descriptions of particular practices and events. Humanize your facts. Tell a story that focuses on a singular person, place or event that reveals a broader aspect of frontier culture. Articles that offer not only exceptional accuracy and analysis, but also literary flair, will grab our attention : http://www.truewestmagazine.com/submissions/

UVOCORP There is no other place that offers $15/page written by an ESL writer or $26/page completed by an ENL writer : https://www.uvocorp.com/

Wise Bread Do you know a lot about personal finance or frugal living? Would you like to share that knowledge with devoted readers while earning money for your writing? Then join the Wise Bread’s blogging community  http://www.wisebread.com/make-money-writing-for-wise-bread

World War II Magazine HistoryNet Most of our stories are assigned by our staff to professional writers. However, we do accept written proposals for features and for our Time Travel department :  http://www.historynet.com/writers-guidelines-for-world-war-ii-magazine

WS WorldStart We are primarily looking for tips for our e-mail newsletter, WorldStart’s Computer Tips. This is published daily to 300,000 readers and focuses on tips and tricks the average computer user can utilize. We are also seeking feature articles for our website covering any and all aspects of computing :  http://www.worldstart.com/writers-guidelines/

Write Reviews and get Paid

Best Reviewer this site offers YOU the opportunity to write your personal Top 10 list and then make money : http://www.best-reviewer.com/

Link From Blog Earn with your blog doing legitimate reviews, survey or opinions of the goods and services offered by advertisers : http://linkfromblog.com/aboutus#2

ReviewStream write honest and helpful reviews on any topic you’re familiar with :  http://www.reviewstream.com/faq.php

SoftwareJudge.com If you have a strong opinion about some software, whether positive or negative, and want to get paid for your review, you are in the right place. We pay up to 50 dollars for tell-it-like-it-is, no marketing BS, straight talking software reviews :  http://www.softwarejudge.com/

SponsoredReviews.com is a system that allows you to write articles, or post advertiser provided content to your blog in exchange for cash :  http://www.sponsoredreviews.com/bloggers.asp

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