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Getting paid to write technical articles is a great way to supplement your income. Especially if you already write articles for your blog. However, the first question that arises is "how can I get opportunities?", which was my question too.
As a result, I want to list a handful of websites that pay you to write technical articles for them. You can see their name, the URL, and the approximate sum they pay you.
Therefore, let us see the websites you can pitch to write articles. The most popular publications are as follows:
|Name||Rate per article||Description||URL|
|Twilio||Up to $500 per article||You are not required to use Twilio. You need to write articles with examples||Twilio.com|
|Auth0||Up to $300 per article||You pick topics from a list of possible articles||Auth0|
|Soshace||$100 per article||You pick topics from a list of possible articles||Soshace|
|StackOverflow||Unknown||There are no limitations on the topics||StackOverflow|
|WPHub||Up to $200 per article||Tutorials about Wordpress||WPHub|
|Vonage||Up to $500 per article||Technical tutorials||Vonage|
|CircleCI||Up to $300 per article||You can pick from a list of possible topics||CircleCI|
|Clubhouse Io||Up to $600 per article||Pick from a list of possible topics. Technical tutorials, and how-to guides.||Clubhouse.io|
|Code Tuts+||$100 for tips, and $250 for tutorials||Pick from a list of possible articles||Code Tuts+|
|Tutorialspoint||Up to $500 per article||Various technical topics. You pick from a list of topics||Tutorialspoint|
|CSS Tricks||Up to $250 per article||CSS articles||CSS Tricks|
|Digital Ocean||Up to $400 per article||Articles about OSS, infrastructure, cloud hosting, Linux, and more. It's not limited to their products||Digital Ocean|
|Hasura||Up to $300 per article||Articles including Hasura or GraphQL||Hasura|
|TestDriven Io||Up to $500 per article||Web development tutorials designed to teach critical skills needed to test, launch, scale, and optimize applications||TestDriven Io|
Be aware; I did not come with this list of publications. I put together (most of) the publications from Paid Community Writer Programs, and Who Pays Technical Writers together. Also, in the article you can see some of the most popular publications. For a more comprehensive list, with more publications, visit the above links.
Therefore, I hope it helps you to create an additional income. Also, keep an eye on these two sources in case they add more publications.
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