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ElitePersonalFinance: Earn $300 Writing Articles About Money and Finance

Are you someone who’s good with money? Do you consider yourself financially savvy? Know anything about banks and budgets, credit cards and college funds, and mortgages and making money online? If you live and breathe finance, then consider writing for ElitePersonalFinance and get paid $300 per article. Interested? Then read on and find out you can earn money for your knowledge about money.



What is ElitePersonalFinance?

ElitePersonalFinance is a finance website and blog with content covering credit cards, loans, banking, earning money, saving and investing, insurance, and other topics. The goal of the website is to ‘pass personal finance knowledge to millennials while enhancing it to better apply in today’s digital world’. To do this, ElitePersonalFinance relies on the contributions of industry experts – it reportedly spends over $100,000 a year on creating high-quality content for its readers.



What is ElitePersonalFinance looking for?

ElitePersonalFinance welcomes unique, interesting, and helpful content from interested contributors. The submission guidelines are as follows:

  • Aim for 1,000 to 3,000 words per post
  • Avoid including any promotional links
  • Include original artwork if possible

Accepted topics for article pitches include:

  • Personal Finance
  • Business
  • Make Money Online
  • Save Money
  • Loans
  • Credit Cards
  • Identity Theft
  • Credit Report
  • Guides
  • Articles
  • Unique Content
  • Helpful Tips



In addition, ElitePersonalFinance is also looking for identity theft stories, and they are willing to pay you for sharing your own identity theft story if you have been victimized before. Provide proof of how you were victimized. For instance, if it all started after a major data breach, you could reference an email from that company mentioning your information’s compromise. If you have proof of your credit report, censor everything else and show that, and apparently, they’ll even be more generous with the compensation.

Some rules to followed for identity theft stories are:

  • Avoid talking badly about any specific businesses
  • Make sure not to mention other’s names
  • Keep it 1,000+ words at least

Who can write for ElitePersonalFinance?

ElitePersonalFinance is always looking for talented writers who want to share their guest posts on their site. They welcome ‘all people who understand finances’.



How much can you earn with ElitePersonalFinance?

You will be paid $300 per post or article. ElitePersonalFinance mentions that this could become a recurring venture, so if you write really well, you might soon find yourself a steady source of income.

For identity theft stories, the pay is also $300 per post.



Why should I write for ElitePersonalFinance?

First, for the exposure. ElitePersonalFinance is well-established website and blog with a large following. Getting your article in front thousands of readers is no small feat.

Second, for the experience. Writing articles for ElitePersonalFinance will enhance your freelance writing skills, and can even help you shape a career out of writing.

Third, for the compensation. A payment of $300 for a single article is a high standard in the industry. Very few sites can match what ElitePersonalFinance can offer.

And fourth, for the possibility of a steady source of income. As already mentioned, you can submit more than once to ElitePersonalFinance. And if it happens that they like what you write and how you write, they will ask you to keep writing for them, setting you up for a recurring income.



How do I submit my article?

If you’re interested in contributing, send an email at info@elitepersonalfinance.com with the title of your post idea, and the editors will let you know whether to move forward.

Note that the editors will approve any post they would like, even if they have many stocked up and waiting to go live. They will only reject a post if they believe it is not a good fit for their website, for whatever reason. If this happens, they suggest you re-purpose it for another website; many finance sites are willing to accept guest posts, although not many pay you for doing so.

If your post gets rejected, the editors will give you their reason why. You can communicate with their staff and figure out what types of ideas would be a good fit. If you have a website of your own, send the link over to them, so they can get familiar with what you’re great at writing about. One of their finance experts could suggest a few ideas for you to consider writing instead.



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