Job Category
Lists, Writing


Pay
$100 per approved list of 10+ items


Introduction
Listverse pays you $100 for your efforts when you you create a list of 10 items or more. listverse - SideIncomeJobs.com - Get Paid for Writing ListsThe lists could be anything related to entertainment, fascination, travel, general knowledge, lifestyle, etc…. – you get the idea.


Examples


How It Works
Creating a list for Listverse is easy even if you are not a huge fan of writing. You can get ideas from many other list sites. Also check out what’s trending and popular on sites like Google Trends, Twitter, Yahoo Answers and Quora.

Then simply, pick a topic, create 10 bullet points for the list and simply expand each of those list items with about 150 words.

You can even re-purpose and “re-use” existing popular list by adding your own twist. For example if someone has written about “Ten Most Scenic Routes in America”, you could come up with your own version by narrowing down the focus to drives by the ocean and call it: “Ten Most beautiful Coastal Drives in America”.


More Information
According to Listverse,

To help you out with some ideas, the lists that our readers love the most (and the ones we will most likely pay for) are usually offbeat, looking at something normal in an unexpected way (ways college makes you dumb, for example), hidden knowledge (things most people don’t know), misconceptions, facts, and just really good general knowledge about anything—science, for example.

Another great thing about Listverse is that you don’t need to spend your time looking for images or video. When you send in your list you don’t need to include images or videos. Their team of editors will find the best images to complement your writing.


How to Apply
After you’ve created your list, submit it here. Listverse then reviews it and if accepted, you get paid $100 via PayPal. If you have followed the outline I described in this post to create an interesting list, there is no reason why yours would not be accepted.

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