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I want to hear from the mom bloggers who are being hired to blog, edit or write. What are you making per hour (or post or assignment)?

I know we're a little shy about sharing what we're making, so maybe give an example like, "Most blogging jobs I know about pay $X per post or about $X per hour." You don't need to give details on who is paying what, but please share details like "$X for a 500 word post" or "$X for 8 posts a month."

So many bloggers, especially newbies, aren't been paid properly for their time and content. I feel if we share what we're making that will give us the power to negotiate better blogging deals for ourselves.

Sisters, let's get paid what we're worth!

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Hello Shannon, if you are interested in making some dollars, please do email to me and I will give you more details on what to write on and get paid via Paypal. 

 

Thanks!

http://reanaclaire.com   email : reanact@gmail.com

Shannon Rubio said:

I would be very interested in hearing from those of you who are finding opportunities to get paid to blog, even if it's only sporadic. Anyone here with success in that area care to share some tips? Do clients find you? Do you find them? I'm about to start looking into that right now! :)

Shannon
http://www.showmethemom.com

Hello Karen

I am looking for blogs for my clients and advertisers, especially mommy blogs.  A review of 200 words or so will fetch some dollars and it sort of helps in making ends meet for me me and my kids.  If you are interested, you can drop me an email at reanact@gmail.com or you can visit my blog at http://reanaclaire.com

Karen Nagy said:

How do you even start to get paid blogging jobs?

subscribing to learn! please share! :)

 

Dina

http://www.myunentitledlife.blogspot.com

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