Posted by William Charles on March 6, 2014
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Published on March 6th, 2014 | by William Charles


Doctor of Credit Now Accepting Guest Posts – Get Paid $50 Per Post

We’ve decided to start accepting guest posts on Doctor of Credit, there are two types of guest posts you can submit:

Get Paid To Post

If you choose this option we will pay you a fixed sum for every post you contribute, you’ll be paid a flat $50 per post that is accepted. You’ll also be allowed a short bio at the end of the post, this cannot contain promotional links.

Payment will be made via PayPal as soon as the post goes live.

Promote & Post

If you choose this option you’ll be allowed up to two promotional links at the end of your article. These links can go to a website you own or an affiliate program you want to promote. For example, let’s say you want to write a swagsbuck review at the end of the article you’ll be able to include a short bio with a referral link to swagsbucks and you’ll receive affiliate commission on those who sign up

Contribute Regularly For More Options

If we see you are regularly submitting content, we may offer you a position as an official writer for Doctor of Credit. This will involve a revenue share or fixed fee per post (or a mix of the two) depending on quality and popularity of the content you’ve already submitted.

Content We’re Looking For

We’re looking for the type of content that is currently being posted on Doctor of Credit, for example free money opportunities, bank sign up bonuses, credit sign up bonuses, credit score information and unique ways to make money. We’re happy to take posts on almost all consumer credit/finance topics though, so if you think something would be a good fit feel free to submit it.

All posts must be at least 300 words in length, we suggest that your post is over 600 words in length for your best chance of being approved.

How To Submit Your Guest Post

What Happens After You Submit Your Guest Post?

Once we receive your guest post, we will e-mail you back within 7 business days to let you know if we want to accept your post, deny it or accept it with changes. We obviously won’t be able to accept all guest posts and will have a maximum of two per week at this early stage.

49 Responses to Doctor of Credit Now Accepting Guest Posts – Get Paid $50 Per Post

  1. Nice idea! Well thought out! Sounds like it will execute nicely

  2. Charlotte says:

    Will you accept pitches, or do you only want spec articles?

  3. Adrian says:

    Interesting idea, I know your blog is new. I’m interested in joining your team.

  4. jeffrey says:

    I am also interested. I am relatively new to the credit card and bank promotions game (since the beginning of 2014) but it is a lot of fun. I also enjoy writing but have no professional writing background.

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  6. ActaBank says:

    Hi and thanks for the post, really interesting! I hope its not to late to sign up for this?

    // Harald, ActaBank in Norway

  7. joseck says:

    hi and thanks for sharing, lam interested how do l apply, n how many articles do l need to submit for the start.

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  11. Laszkiewicz says:

     Professionals like doctors, lawyers and
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  15. Joe Calvo says:

    Can I write an advertisement to advertise for investors to raise money to start a new Limousine/Casino Bus Service?

  16. Christopher tyley says:

    Can I post about finance scams? Scams about new “trading software” etc which are there to scam people out of their money, will be detailed and have evidence to support

  17. Srinivas says:

    What’s your e-mail address for sending the article ?

  18. Karim says:

    Hello! Your suggestion that they still relevant? Can I send you an article about loans?

  19. Tom Parrington says:

    Hello. I have a few ideas that I’d like to contribute, but I notice your payment is in dollars. Does this mean that you are not looking for contributions from British people?

    Many thanks,


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  24. I have been an rss subscriber of doctorofcredit since the early days of your site. I joined because you covered some great aspects of credit and improving your credit score that previously I had only discovered after reading through hundreds of posts on but you put it together in a much simpler to understand way. I would love to write a guest post, but just need to think through a topic that would meet your needs. Would you mind if I come up with a few post ideas and send them to you to see if you think they have potential before writing the full posts?

  25. abdlkadir says:

    i want to sign up what is the website pls

  26. Chris says:

    Do you accept payments for guest posts via other means such as Payoneer or Skrill? I await your response.

  27. F Mark Kosierowski says:

    Interested in taking the credit topic up a notch with a post on pre-paying mortgage principal? It has the potential to hurt credit scores under some scenarios.

  28. vatsal garg says:

    hi, I have sent some 3 to 4 articles of mine but I have not been responded well to any of them….
    I just to want to know more about your procedure about how to get our article published

  29. vatsal garg says:

    hi, I have sent some articles on aviation efficiency, strategic analysis, hiking of your asset’s value and some others…
    but I haven’t got any response. I would request you to please have a look at them ( although they are a little bit off the track) yet, I can say with confidence they are worth reading…..

  30. Confused says:

    I’m confused about selection process of articles and ideas. How do you decide whether to post an article you write or you write based on your and our article submissions, versus you just posting our article for this “deal”? (Eg.i submit article on topic. But, you were planning to write about the same thing. Do you post your article? Do you post yours with details from mine (and saying special thanks to…), or do you just post ours and pay us)?

  31. Hi there, I’m from Canada.. do you accept submissions based on Canadian bank, finance, credit reviews, etc? Thank you!

  32. Rebekah says:

    I was a paralegal at a credit repair law firm for three years and now am working at an accounting firm. With my legal experience and credit score coaching expertise, I think I would be a tremendous asset to what you might be looking for.

  33. sid says:

    Do you accept post like “3 common mistake that everyone is making while earning online”. I have been earning online from past 8 years and have a lot of experience in this field.

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