Top 10 Content Writing Sites That Pay Instantly

Do you have a flair for writing? Why don’t you use it to make some money?

Many writers don’t do it because they cannot figure out where to start from. If you are one of them, then stop worrying anymore. Because in today’s post I will tell you the name of the top 10 content writing sites that pay it’s writers instantly for their expertise at writing.

The skills of so many good writers go unnoticed, only because they do not find a platform to showcase their talent. Do not be one of them. If you have the skills put it to use. Don’t let it go waste.

So check out the sites that I am going to talk about here and get in touch with them with some really cool ideas. If they find it interesting, just submit your post and get paid.

You might also be interested in reading The Secrets Of Being A Good Writer and How To Get Hired For Freelance Writing Jobs.

Spyre Studios

This is a great site to make some money if you have good knowledge of web design. It accepts quality posts on well-written tutorials, posts/articles and how-tos. This site looks for original posts and does not reprint any post that has been already published elsewhere.

If you already have a blog, SpyreStudios can help you get some backlinks by letting you link your blog to the post that you want to submit.

They pay 50$ per post that is accepted and up to 160$ for good descriptive and quality tutorials.

Funds For Writers

This is another fantastic site where you can submit your ideas and get paid for them. This site looks for unique and inspirational content on marketing, profitable business, success stories, unusual writing ideas to make money etc.

Your post should be a short one ranging from 500–600 words. Unlike the above site, this one is open to reprints. Although the payment for such submissions are low they are still paid for.

They pay 50$ for unpublished original content and 15$ for reprints.


Litverse is a brilliant website that offers to pay you for your submissions. The rules for submitting a post here is quite simple. Your content should be original, error free and quality posts. They look for content that are more like viral content that is put down in standard native speaking level English language.

The topics that you can write about are unsolved mysteries, misconceptions, hidden knowledge etc.

Another good thing about this site is that they have their own bunch of graphic designers. So if you are someone like me who is bad with images, do not worry. The Litverse team will do all the images for you.

They pay a 100$ per post for an idea that they agree to publish.

Dollar Stretcher

Just like the name suggests, Dollar Stretcher is a fantastic website that helps its readers to find out a way to live a better life with less money. So they expect you to write something on that line.

The website already has tons of articles on their blog. So they want to make sure you write something that is different and unique from the posts they have already published. They also want you to pitch your idea before you start drafting your submission post.

They pay 0.10$ per word. This means you can make 100$ for a 1000 words article.

Hub Pages

Another website that I stumbled upon is the HubPages. In this site, you will have a wider scope of letting your ideas flow. That’s because they blog about almost everything. Be it health, technology, literature, science or any other niche that you can think of.

So don’t forget to check them out. The post length they look for is 700+.

Their payment is not disclosed.

Write Naked

Write Naked is another site that surely needs your attention. This site is run by a freelance writer called Tara Lynne Groth from North Carolina. Write naked is slightly different from the others so you need to check it before pitching your ideas.

You can send in your ideas only during the open reading schedule. Their reading schedule for 2017 was

January 1 — March 31: Open April 1 — June 30: Closed July 1 — September 30: Open

October 1 — December 31: Closed

You can send in your ideas only during the open reading period.

They will pay you 50$ for Guest Posts. But if your posts are particularly good they might send you a 200$ as a standard compensation.

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Originally published at on November 24, 2017.