If you’re an expert on all things WordPress, Photoshop, IT or web design, this is the list for you. If you eat, sleep and breathe technology plus you’re a writer looking for a paid gig, look no further.

Check out 10 places that will pay you to share all of your tech expertise.

The Graphic Design School

  • www.thegraphicdesignschool.com
  • Write an article or tutorial on Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, or open source design or utility software for designers
  • No word count specified; images must be minimum 700px width
  • $100 – $200 for each accepted article/tutorial
  • Visit this page for submission guidelines


  • www.sitepoint.com
  • Write an article on one of seven categories: HTML & CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Design & UX, and Web.
  • Posts include Quick Tips (500-700 words), Articles (800-1500 words), Tutorials (1500-2000 words) or video content
  • Paid; payment reported between $100 – $150
  • Submit your article through their online form following the guidelines on the page


  • offers.indeni.com
  • Write a post about IT operations. As they say, “If you’re really good with firewalls, load balancers, routers, switches, or servers, we’d like to work with you.”
  • Write a simple how-to (100+ words, $50), in-depth tutorial (800+ words, $100) or architecture advice (1500+ words, $200)
  • $50 – $200
  • Submit your contact information and short pitch using their online form

Slick WP


  • www.wphub.com
  • Writers with some development background or with a pulse on the WordPress community can write a post about topics such as web design trends, top selling themes and WP coding best practices.
  • 800 – 1200 words
  • $100 – $200 per post
  • Email support@wphub.com with your published links and writing history following these guidelines


  • http://labmice.techtarget.com
  • Write real-world documents about IT topics such as Windows 2000 Administration, Computer Security and Technical Project Management
  • Articles they are interested in include: Field Notes, Best Practices, lessons learned, white papers, written material, guidelines, how-to’s and technical explanations
  • Minimum 1000-1500 words
  • $0.25 per word; $60 – $100 per article for inexperienced writers; more established writers should get in touch to negotiate higher rates
  • Email submit@labmice.net with your bio, outline and other requested information as per these guidelines

Photoshop Tutorials

  • Photoshoptutorials.ws
  • Write a quick tip, tutorial, article or round-up on all things Photoshop
  • Articles earn $25 – $50; quick tips earn $50; tutorials earn $150 – $300
  • NOTE: They are currently only accepting articles and not Photoshop tutorials
  • Submit your article following these guidelines

TechEdge Magazine

  • www.tcea.org
  • Write a story about technology in education
  • At A Glance article (500-700 words, $50); longer feature article (1000+ words, $125)
  • Submit your article or idea to Susan Meyer (smeyer@tcea.org) following these guidelines and editorial calendar with deadlines

Windows IT Pro

  • http://www.itprotoday.com
  • Write a how-to articles for IT professionals (up to 2,500 words); strategic articles on industry trends, policies, and development (up to 2,000 words), or reader-to-reader tips (up to 1,000 words)
  • Paid; payment based on writing experience and quality of article
  • Submit your proposal/article via email with a bio, outline and area of expertise following these guidelines


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