Publications That Pay You To Write Technical Articles

Publications That Pay You To Write Technical Articles

A list of publications that pay for technical content

Catalin Pit
·Aug 21, 2020·

3 min read

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Companies and publications hire people to write technical articles for their blogs. Writing paid articles for them is a great way to supplement your income. The question that arises now is "how do you get those opportunities?".

This article helps you find writing opportunities by listing the publications that pay for technical articles.

Websites that pay for technical articles

The article fees range from $100 to $500. The fees depend on the article topic, complexity and level of knowledge. The more complex and advanced an article is, the higher the fee.

For each website, you can see their name, the URL, and the approximate fee for an article.

  • Twilio

    • Up to $500 per article
    • You are not required to use Twilio. You need to write articles with examples, though.
  • TestDriven Io

    • Up to $500 per article
    • Web development tutorials designed to teach critical skills needed to test, launch, scale, and optimize applications.
  • Hasura

    • Up to $300 per article
    • Articles including Hasura or GraphQL.
  • Digital Ocean

    • Up to $400 per article
    • Articles about OSS, infrastructure, cloud hosting, Linux, and more. It's not limited to their products, though!
  • Auth0

    • Up to $450 per article
    • You pick topics from a list of possible articles.
  • Soshace

    • Up to $100 per article
    • You pick topics from a list of possible articles.
  • CSS-Tricks

  • WPHub

    • Up to $200 per article
    • Tutorials about Wordpress.
  • Tutorialspoint

    • Up to $500 per article
    • Various technical topics. You can pick from a list of topics.
  • Fauna

    • Up to $500 per article
    • Content focused on technical education for topics related to application development and Fauna, with working sample code, wherever applicable. They have a list of possible topics.
  • Smashing Magazine

    • Between $200 and $250
    • You can submit tutorials, guides and case studies.
  • Code Tuts+

    • $100 for tips, and $250 for tutorials
    • Pick from a list of possible articles.
  • Vonage

    • Up to $500 per article
    • Technical tutorials.
  • CircleCI

    • Up to $300 per article
    • You can pick from a list of possible topics.
  • TypingDNA

    • Up to $500 per article
    • Technical articles/tutorials related to TypingDNA.
  • LogRocket

    • Up to $350 per article
    • Technical articles about Front-end. Tutorials on React, Redux, Vue.js, Webpack, Wasm, MobX, GraphQL, JavaScript, etc. Frontend development best practices. Product/UI/UX design
  • Draft

    • Up to $500 per article
    • Choose from a list of possible topics
  • Agora

    • $250 per article
    • You can propose an idea
  • Appsmith

    • Between $200 and $400 per article
    • Write about Appsmith's product
  • SitePoint

    • Between $150 and $300 per article
    • You can pitch your idea or pick a topic from their page

Sharing your knowledge and getting paid for it can be a great source of income. It is also a great way to build a name for yourself in the tech community. When you write for these publications, your content gets exposed to a large audience.

 
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