Write for Daily Worth and Earn $50 for Each Post

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Have you heard of Daily Worth? Daily Worth is a site for women about money management. Last year I met Amanda Steinberg, the owner of Daily Worth, and she said she wanted to grow her site so that she could help women with all of their money management issues. Now she needs your help and it is a great opportunity to earn some extra cash.

Amanda SteinbergFirst, sign up for a free Daily Worth account and then apply to write for Daily Worth about your financial experiences.

You will want to jump on this right away if you are interested before it spreads around the web.

From the Daily Worth Blog:

We are looking for women who are willing to:

  1. make a substantive financial change for the better, and…
  2. blog about their experiences here on DailyWorth.

Apply now for consideration. Between three and five candidates will be selected for the fall. Once you get an account just click on Blog at the top for more details to apply.

If you have been planning to embark on a major financial change, this could be the moment you’ve been waiting for. Daily Worth will pay you $50 per post, for up to three posts that chronicle your financial progress in the coming months. and they will provide a coach who will work with you to answer questions, provide guidance.

Daily Worth provides the advice of a qualified pro who can walk you through the steps; you blog about your experience, in three installments, paying $50 each.

write for Daily Worth and earn $50 for each post

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My first sweepstakes and I won ear buds off last weeks entry!!


When I click on the site, it says “sorry offer not available” or something like that and is at a site called http://msm.mysavings.com/dt-invalid.asp?a=CD216&p=expired-creative-campaign


Sorry, somehow my sorting got out of order and I’m replying to a 2010 post!!