“PureLinq is a technology-backed link building startup that drives contextual links at scale.” Daily the first half of the year. Pays on acceptance/final review. No reprints. Responds within a week. Guidelines available by email.
Pays editors $8–$12/piece, and $22.50–$37.50/piece for writers
“We’re a tight niche publication serving radio hobbyists interested in scanners (typically referred to as “police scanners”), citizens band (CB) radio and the hobby radio services – General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS), Family Radio Service (FRS) and Multi-Use Radio Service (MURS).” Warmly welcomes new writers. Guidelines not available.
“JIE publishes columns, articles and reviews that deal with the production, dissemination, storage and retrieval of information in an ethical context.” 75% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Biannual. Pays on publication. Publishes ms within two years of acceptance. Responds within one week.
“EContent is a leading authority on the businesses of digital publishing, media, and marketing, targeting executives and decision-makers in these fast-changing markets.” 100% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Six issues per year. Pays on publication. Period between acceptance and publication varies. Buys 90-day rights. No reprints. Responds to queries in 24 hours.
According to a study, more than 40% of women with full-time jobs in science leave the field, or switch to part time, after giving birth to their first child. But, does that mean women must lose their financial independence after giving birth? Absolutely not!
“DIALOGUE is an international news magazine written by and for people who are experiencing vision loss or who are blind. It is published by the nonprofit organization Blindskills, Inc., based in Oregon. The magazine’s purpose is to encourage and facilitate independent living. It provides a wealth of useful information and hints to make life easier. Many topics are covered including finding transportation, starting a career, managing illness, traveling, participating in sports, accessing computers, and adapting the home environment. DIALOGUE reviews low vision aids and devices, provides tips on coping with vision loss, and interviews professionals in the field.” 25% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Quarterly. Pays on publication. Publishes ms within six months. Buys first NA serial rights. Accepts some reprints. Responds one week.
“SKIM Magazine is a Canadian publication and the printed version of the magazine will be distributed to government offices, local and international NGOs, UN agencies, donor organizations, and other private sector the Gulf Corporation Council (GCC) countries and Pakistan. We would like to invite you to read our past issues of SKIM Magazine at http://alhasan.com/skim-magazine. In today’s fast paced world, society is faced with numerous challenges that could be aptly handled through technology. Spatial Knowledge & Information Management [SKIM] magazine’s framework consists of many cross cutting themes, including: Education, Health. Economy, Policy, Governance, Energy, Environment, Agriculture, and Natural Resources. This monthly magazine attempts to cover the most pressing issues from these sectors, and evoke how latest technologies can be used to find the most optimal solutions. The intent of the magazine is to showcase the knowledge and applied technologies, which could bring about a
fundamental change in achieving societal growth and development.” 100% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Monthly. Pays on publication. Publishes ms 2-3 months after acceptance. Buys all rights. No reprints. Responds 2-3 days. Sample copy available online. Pays $40 for 1500-2000 words.
*THIS PUBLICATION DOESN’T APPEAR TO HAVE UPDATED THEIR WEBSITE RECENTLY. THE LAST COVER FEATURED WAS FROM 2014. SO THIS MAY BE A DEAD PUBLICATION. *
“Wonder is an on-demand research network where bright minds like you come to explore intriguing and intellectually stimulating topics. With Wonder, you can earn while you learn. It’s simple. Do research, get paid. The research you’ll do serves as the bedrock for strategies and initiatives by our clients, who include top-tier consulting firms, VCs, and international marketing agencies. As a Wonder Analyst, you’ll choose where and when you want to work, learn about new topics, and develop useful professional skills. Best of all, you’ll get paid for each research request you complete! Pays $10-$16 per research task.
“Ready to join the RoboWP team?
Take your time answering the screening questions on the Google Form (link below) and tell us a little bit about yourself.” https://goo.gl/forms/cvxNUC5JB1KGIHok1″ “RoboWP is a full-stack digital marketing services concierge with offices in Italy and USA. We cater to your business needs in all aspects, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, executing your company’s Internet marketing strategy, developing your brand’s equity, monitoring your business’s performance, increasing your online presence and growth, providing hosting, backups, security/performance audits, and realizing your custom requests and necessities. We’re building a team of writers to create educational and industry related content for our recently launched blog. As we build our blog, we want to work on a long-term basis with some of the most talented marketing writers out there to help us develop high-quality content on a consistent basis. You will work directly with an editor to develop feature and story ideas. This job may require you to curate and correspond with thought leaders, influencers, and industry professionals to complete an article. These articles may appear on our website, Medium, or on other brand’s websites we collaborate with.”
“Technoskeptic is a magazine taking a refreshingly critical, even countercultural look at the impact of technology on society.” Welcomes new writers. 90% freelance. Publishes weekly updates online. Pays on invoice after final edit, net 30 days. Period between acceptance and publication varies – “Could be immediately or after a few months. The rights are generally work for hire but (we) could work out individual relationships.” Accepts reprints depending on circumstance. Responds after a couple of weeks. Sample online at https://www.thetechnoskeptic.com. Subscription $5/mo. Pays flat fee starting at $75/article on a gradually increasing scale over time. Most articles are currently 1100-1400 words. Just send a cover email explaining your interest in the topic, with a link to some samples. Snail mail is okay, too, but will dramatically increase the response time.