Getting Paid To Write For The Motley Fool Blog Network?
Has anyone had experience with writing for the beta Motley Fool Blog Network? In Motley's FAQ they state; "If you write an entry that is thoughtful, well-written, and makes specific and relevant mention of businesses and their tickers, we will syndicate that entry (i.e., publish it to the Yahoo! Finance, MSN Money, and DailyFinance ticker feeds) and pay you $50".
I'm wondering what percentage of blog entries get syndicated.
I wasn't even aware of the Motley Fool blog network, so thank you for this information! Many blogs do pay for entries that are published. I recently was paid $50 for a blog entry to Krazy Coupon Lady.
by bayareagreatthing 8 years ago
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