Listverse is a very popular website that allows you to submit a list, or your article and get paid after acceptance. This website after my research, stands out as different-from-others because of their strict policy. But they have made it easy for you to apply to write for them and get paid.
How much does listverse pay?
Well, not too different from others, in 2018 listverse paid $100 to as many that got their application accepted and they are still willing to pay you cause they still have the form available for you to fill and apply.
How to apply.
Applying is easy! All you need to do is to sign up in their website, fill the form and send the application.
But you must meet their standards like first of all owning a PayPal account and be good in writing English. If all this is in order then you’re going to be accepted in the “write and get paid scheme”.
Are there rules when applying for listverse?
Yes! There are rules that you just follow, failure to follow the rules might get you penalised. Your content must be up to 1800 words for you to be accepted. Here are the rules as stated on their website;
The RulesThe rules are really pretty simple. As long as your list (and we do mean yours—don’t steal other people’s stuff) is one or two paragraphs per item you can choose any topic you like. We also need you to link to reputable sources (see Section 7 of our author guide for more details) so we can verify the facts of what you’re saying. Just remember—if it’s good enough to publish (by our standards) you get 100 bucks—simple as that.
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 lists that are offbeat and novel—lists that are looking at something normal in an unexpected way (ways college makes you dumb, for example), unsolved mysteries, hidden knowledge (things most people don’t know), misconceptions, and just really astonishing general knowledge about anything—science, for example. What we don’t want to see are lists on sports, self-help, personal stories, or gaming. We don’t publish opinion lists.
Oh—and there’s one more thing: If you have a blog, a Twitter account, or a book you want to promote, mention it in the submissions form and we will stick it at the bottom of your list.
Here is the application link>>>>http://listverse.com/submit-a-list/