$100 per article.
- 7 Reasons I’m The Worst Soccer Mom Ever
- 9 Ways Parents Waste Their Money
- The Boy I Never Wanted
- Are You Post-Postpartum? Let’s Stop Feeling Bad About It
- The 10 Commandments Of Being A Southern Parent
- The Day I Hit My Child
- One-On-One Time
- Is There Shame In Not Publicly Breastfeeding?
I suggest you also take a look around the homepage of the site and see what type of content gets more engagement and shares. This way, you will know what’s popular so that you can plan your article accordingly.
How to Apply
E-mail your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Include a 2-3 sentence bio with your submission (social channels and blog hyperlinked, please!)
Paste your post directly in the body of your e-mail.
Do not double space after periods or between paragraphs.
Note: SccaryMommy is always in search of highly relatable and general humor material. Lists and short essays (under 900 words) seem to work best, while personal anecdotes or specific personal stories do not.
- Scary Mommy will pay $100 per original piece of content.
Scary Mommy will pay $100 per original piece of content, but you need to submit an invoice (it’s not that complicated). On the last day of the month that your piece(s) appeared, please invoice email@example.com. (Invoice template can be found here if you need one.)
Also, note the following from the website:
Due to the high number of submissions we receive, you will hear from us within one week if we are able to run your post. If you do not hear from us within that time frame, please feel free to submit elsewhere.