Regardless of why you need to earn the extra cash, one thing is certain: it’s better to enjoy what you do for it. It might sound a bit dirty, but that is not what I had in mind. Writing for money, that is. And Psychology Junkie is one of the means.
The idea is that if you really need money, there are a lot of jobs out there. What you truly want is making money by doing something you like.
We all like to write. Since you’re here, reading this, I imagine as much. But that doesn’t mean you want to write about anything. So I hope to give you some ideas and help to find what fits you.
I guess the screenshot above says it all. Getting published with them gets you views, gets you exposure, and it gets you money if you choose it. Especially when finding publications is rather hard for everyone but more so for beginners, having this kind of opportunity is worth giving it a go.
What I like most about them is that you can also opt for growing your brand instead of getting paid, if that is what you’re looking for right now.
They admit articles of a minimum of 900 words, but not too big (try not to go over 2500). $40 is rather decent for a medium article. It’s a way in. And writing for a living or for extra cash usually means having to submit to a lot of publications. Add this one to your list if the topic interests you.
Once you submit an article, in approximately two weeks, you’ll get notified if it was accepted and if so, they’ll send you the payment via PayPal.
It’s as simple as that. If you enjoy writing on these topics, give it a go.