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BlogMutt Writer FAQ


Writer FAQ


1. Am I Eligible to Write for BlogMutt?

Writers must be 18 years or older, be legally allowed to work in the U.S. and have a valid U.S. Social Security Number (SSN). We do not require that your physical work location be in the U.S., so if you have an SSN but would like to work from overseas, feel free to apply.


2. How do I get paid?

We pay invoices of any amount via PayPal every Monday. You are paid per post that is purchased by the customer. As you write more at BlogMutt, you will gain points in our system and get access to higher-paying opportunities at higher word counts. Pay starts at $10.50 for a 300-400 word post and beyond that, varies based on word length. We offer jobs from 300 to 3000 words. 


3. What kinds of customers will I be writing for?

One great thing about BlogMutt is the huge variety of customers we have. From tech, to marketing, to pets, to yoga, we’re pretty sure you’ll have no trouble finding someone to write for. 


4. Are there deadlines and assignments?

There are no deadlines and no assignments. You write only when you want and for whom you want.


5. Do I have to pay you in order to write for you?

No! On the contrary. We pay you to write for us.


6. What’s it like being a writer at BlogMutt?

Check out these posts written by BlogMutt writers about their experiences:

Learn more about some of our writers by meeting some of our crowdsourced writers here. 


7. Do I need experience writing?

We welcome writers from all backgrounds and with different levels of experience. Writers who are just starting out in their careers in freelance writing and seasoned professionals alike should apply.

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We eat our own dog food. It's true. We use BlogMutt's service for our own blog. The same writers that write for our clients write many of our blog posts—like this one. Any posts with an author named "BlogMutt" were written by a writer from our talent pool of 3,000+ U.S.-based writers. We sure couldn't do it without them.