5 Blogs That Pay Designers To Post

March 16, 2010

As a freelance graphic designer with experience, you’re considered an expert — especially to those just starting out in the design world or those with no design education.

If you’ve ever had to explain to someone why they should choose one color instead of another or why you’ve made the text in your project right justified instead of left, you may be a great blogger. Companies recognize the talent and expertise that graphic designers like you can bring to the table, and they’re willing to pay you good money to share it with the world. Blogging is easy because your subject matter comes from your own education and experience. As a graphic artist your everyday business life is the inspiration for your writing. If you constantly design flyers and rack cards, you can blog about rack card printing tips or places that offer deals on printing flyers. If you grew your client base through networking, you can blog about events that you’ve attended to build your network base or topics on how to strike up conversations and promote your services upon just meeting a potential client. Here are five great websites that pay designers for blog posts. Most of them pay per post after an approval of your post by their staff. It’s a great way to make some extra money and promote your business at the same time! • Design Reviver.comSmashingMagazine.comProBlogdesign.comCrazyLeafdesign.comGomediazine.com

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