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Paid Community Writer Programs

Paid writer programs usually have just enough of an incentive for people to get started creating developer content, besides the extra income it is an amazing opportunity for people to build a career out of it. For non-technical sites, have a look at http://whopayswriters.com.

A list of companies that have paid Developer Community Writer Programs.

  • Abstract API - $100 per article.

    Technical content and tutorials related to the APIs in their catalogue.

  • Adam the Automator - $100+ per article

    Technical tutorials on IT ops, cloud and DevOps topics. You can pick from a list of topics or pitch your own. Run by Microsoft MVP and built to help geeks write better and begin blogging.

  • Adeva - $200+ per article

    Technical guides, thought leadership content and resources for Engineering Managers.

  • Agora - $250 per article

    Technical content and tutorials for the Agora community.

  • Airbyte - $900 per article of about 1500 words.

    Data engineering tutorials, tutorials that cover Airbyte use cases and features.

  • Alan AI - $50-$250 per article.

    Technical content, tutorials, building demo projects, and how-to guides that includes Alan AI platform.

  • Ambassador Labs - $300 per article

    Technical tutorials, guides, opinions and case studies on Kubernetes and open source cloud native technologies.

  • Applozic - $100+ per piece

    Tutorials on how to build Chat, Voice, and Video calling apps using Android, iOS or with frontend languages like Javascript frameworks and their respective ecosystems (Angular, Vue, React).

  • Appsmith - $200-$400 per piece

    Internal tools, low code, open-source, databases, application performance, engineering best practices, JavaScript, and Appsmith.

  • Arctype - $100+ per article

    Technical guides, case studies, and thought leadership on SQL and Databases.

  • Baeldung - $40 - $150 (for articles; they accept also mini-articles and improvments (Java))

    Baeldung is a technical site focused mainly on the Java ecosystem, but also Kotlin, Scala, Linux, and general Computer Science – with a reach of about 10M page views per month. We publish tutorials and how-to articles – with a very practical, code-focused, and to-the-point style.

  • Bejamas - Pay unknown

    Jamstack, serverless and modern web development. Pitch a topic or pick from a list of possible articles.

  • Bird Eats Bug - $100 - $300 (Tutorial)

    Write technical content related to Bird Eats Bug or software development and we will compensate you between $100-$300 for each article of yours that gets publish, depending on the quality and scope of the article.

  • CircleCI - Up to $325 per piece

    Technical tutorials with code. Pick from a list of possible articles.

  • Civo - Up to $500 per piece

    Write a tutorial or how-to guide at Civo and get paid.

  • CodeCov - $500 per piece

    Technical articles focused on DevOps and testing.

  • Code Tuts+ - $100 (Quick tip) $250 (Tutorial)

    Technical focused articles. Pick from a list of possible articles.

  • Code Magic - Pay unknown

    Technical articles about Flutter.

  • Codiga - $100-$150 per piece

    Technical articles focused on code quality.

  • CodingSight (Email marketing@devart.com) - $100-$250 per piece

    Technical articles on SQL Server, PostgreSQL, .NET, Oracle, and Azure.

  • Cohesive (Email writers@cohesive.so - $200-$500 per piece

    Technical articles on DevOps, Dev Environments, Docker, Kubernetes, Developer Productivity, Cloud Platforms etc.

  • ContentLab.io - Up to $500 per piece

    Articles on the Cloud, DevOps, Containers, AI/ML, Security, Web, and Gaming spaces.

  • Content Turbine - $150+ per piece

    Technical content agency. How-to articles, developer guides, and product usecases are among the specialties.

  • Couchbase - $200 per piece

    Content area experts can submit tutorials and blog content.

  • CSS Tricks - Around $250 per piece (depends on the length, research and audience)

    Technical focused articles. No limitation on topics.

  • Cube Dev — Up to $300 per piece

    Technical tutorials and blog posts with code on Cube.js, building analytical apps, data visualization, and data engineering. Pick from a list of possible articles or suggest your own.

  • Deepsource - $150 per piece

    Technical Content concerning code quality, code review and static analysis

  • Dev Spotlight - $300-$500 per piece depending on length and content

    Technical content production agency that works with many clients.

  • Digital Ocean - Up to $400 per piece

    Technical tutorials with code. Not limited to Digital Ocean products.

  • Dockship - $20

    Machine Learning and Data Science. You need to be signed in to be able to create content.

  • Draft.dev - Pays $315-$578 per piece

    Technical content agency that works with many clients. Writers who are accepted will get an email every week and access to a writer portal with dozens of topics they can choose from.

  • Egghead - Pay unknown

    Intermediate to advanced articles covering topics on web development.

  • Enlear - $50 to $150 per article

    Get paid to write about broad area of technical topics. Including Vue, Angular, React, Node, JS, DynamoDB

  • Fauna - Up to $350 per piece

    Content focused on technical education around serverless development and FaunaDB.

  • Figment - $100-$1000 per piece

    Tutorials, guides, and documentation about Blockchain and Web3.

  • Hashnode Web3 Blog - $150 - $400 per article

    Technical content and tutorials related to Web3.

  • Hasura - Up to $300 per piece

    Technical tutorials with code about Hasura or GraphQL.

  • Heartbeat by Comet - over $150 per piece

    Technical content related to Trends in machine learning research, explorations of new tools and libraries and data science.

  • Hedera - $100 per piece

    Articles must feature Hedera technologies and cryptography.

  • Hevo - $100 per piece

    Technical content related to Data engineering.

  • Hit Subscribe - $100 per piece, $200 for 2x length and ghostwritten articles (Special articles).

    Technical content production agency that works with many clients.

  • Honeybadger - From $500 per piece

    Ruby and Elixir tutorials with code. Pick from a list of possible articles.

  • Hygraph - Up to $300 per piece

    Technical tutorials or blogs with code about Hygraph or GraphQL with Jamstack or tooling of your choice.

  • Linode - Up to $400 per piece

    Technical tutorials with code on Linux or Linode.

  • LoginRadius - Up to $200 per piece

    Technical tutorials with code. Not limited to LoginRadius products.

  • Magalix - $200+ per piece

    Technical content and tutorials about DevSecOps, Cloud security, Kubernetes security.

  • Magic - Up to $300 per piece

    Technical tutorials on how to use Magic.link

  • Make Use Of - $120 per piece with performance benefits

    Tutorials and features about consumer apps and software products.

  • Mattermost - Up to $500 per article

    Beginner to intermediate technical content including introductions and guides for useful libraries, programming environments, languages, and tech stacks.

  • MSSQLTips - $160 per tip

    Get paid to write about SQL Server and related technologies.

  • Nanonet - Pay unknown

    Get paid to write about your favorite machine learning topics.

  • Neptune - $300-$600 per article.

    Technical articles, how-to guides and tutorials on machine learning and data science.

  • Neverinstall - $100-$250 per article.

    Neverinstall invites developers to contribute to our knowledge library and develop content for the tech community. As we work on cutting-edge technologies, we call upon enthusiasts and passionate software developers to help us spread awareness through guides, blogs, tutorials, and more.

  • Okta - Paid through Toptal based on your hourly rate

    Technical tutorials and demos using Okta's products.

  • Okteto - $200 per article

    Technical content and tutorials about Okteto, Kubernetes, and Cloud-Native Applications.

  • OneSignal - Up to $350 per article

    Technical content (blog post, videos) that align with OneSignal's content roadmap.

  • Paperspace - $200-$300 per piece

    Get paid to write articles about machine learning, data science, and more.

  • PHP Architect - $175 per piece

    Thought leadership and technical articles about PHP.

  • QuickNode - $350 per piece

    Get paid to write articles about cryptocurrencies and web3/blockchain.

  • RunX - $150 for opinion pieces around DevOps and $200 for Tutorials

    Get paid to write about DevOps, cloud infrastructure, and Opta.

  • Sanity.io - Up to $250 per piece

    Technical focused articles and how-to guides. Pick from a list of possible articles.

  • Simple Talk - $350 per article

    Technical articles focused on SQL Server, MySQL, and Postgres.

  • SitePoint - $250 per article

    Broad coverage of development, design and the business ideas behind them. The JavaScript and PHP channels have the best traffic.

  • SigNoz - $150 per article

    Product tutorials related to SigNoz, and technical content related to topics in our domain like opentelemetry, distributed tracing, application performance monitoring, etc.

  • Smashing Magazine - $200 to $250 per article

    Technical focused articles. No limitation on topics.

  • Software Engineering Daily - Pay unknown

    We explain how software is built. We explain how software has gotten us to where we are, and how new software will shape our future.

  • Solace - $300 per piece

    Articles must feature Solace technologies.

  • Soshace - $100 per piece

    Technical tutorials with code. Pick from a list of possible articles.

  • SQLShack - $200 per piece

    Technical focused articles on SQL Server and related technologies.

  • StackOverflow - $500 per piece

    Software engineering focused articles. No tutorials and should be of interest to a wide range of developers.

  • Strapi - Up to $200 per piece

    Articles or tutorials with code covering use-cases, solutions and projects built with Strapi that include Vue, Open Source, JavaScript, GraphQL, Jamstack, React. Pick from a list of possible articles or pitch your own.

  • TakeShape - Up to $300 per piece

    Web dev tutorials with code. General frontend topics including, React, JavaScript, GraphQL, Jamstack. Pick from a list of possible articles or pitch your own.

  • Tech Beacon - $400 per piece

    Broad coverage of development, DevOps, QA and security.

  • TechWell - $200 per piece

    A wide variety of technical and business content is considered.

  • TheBotForge - up to £200 per article

    Technical tutorials, guides and case studies on conversational AI and NLP/NLP/Machine Learning.

  • Topcoder - $75 per piece

    Tutorials, workshops and articles are accepted. Get paid to write about Competitive Programming, Data Science, Design, Development, QA and/or Gig Work.

  • Tutorialspoint - Up to $500 per piece

    In-depth tutorials on technical and business topics.

  • Twilio - Up to $500 per piece

    Technical tutorials that focuses on encouraging developers to build the future of communications.

  • TypingDNA - Up to $500 per piece

    Technical articles/tutorials related to TypingDNA.

  • Vonage - $500 per piece

    Technical tutorials and general pieces on programming

  • Vultr - Up to $600 per piece

    most topic take a look on Vultr document

  • Webiny - up to $300 per piece

    Articles & tutorials with code covering uses of and projects built with Webiny. You could include things like Gatsby, Next.js, React, Vue, Svelte, GraphQL, Jamstack, Open Source, and Serverless. Join our community to pick from a list of articles we're looking for, or pitch your own.

  • WebWash - $50-$175 per piece

    Tutorials on drupal.

  • WPHUB - $100-$200 per piece

    Wordpress tutorials and articles.


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