HubPages bills itself as the "leading online publishing ecosystem." Writers sign up and publish their work. Revenue from Adsense and affiliates is split with HubPages, which receives a 40 percent share.
Internet media company that operates community and e-commerce web sites in the automotive, careers, home, shopping, and travel and leisure categories hires telecommuting writers and editors.
Mahalo calls itself "a human-powered search engine dedicated to delivering carefully curated search results featuring the highest quality, spam-free links available." It hires freelance writers for $10-12 an hour for a minimum of 20 hours a week to fulfill this mission.
The ProBlogger Job Board is where bloggers looking for jobs and companies looking to hire bloggers meet.
Educational publisher offers editing and writing jobs that can be done from home.
SmartBrief hires editors, often as part-time telecommuters, to comb through the day's business news stories from a wide range of sources and distill the news related to a specific industry into a daily newsletter.
Suite101 is an online magazine written by freelancers who are experts in many fields. Writers must submit 10 articles in every three month and are paid based on ad revenues for their work.
Oklahoma-based company is "always in search of talented, self-motivated, detail-oriented professionals capable of meeting strict client specifications and tight deadlines." The company's telecommuting writing jobs are for writers, editors, researchers and data entry specialists.
Writers choose from a pool of avilable topics and write articles for a rate of $10-$14 per article. Five articles per week or 20 a month are expected. Articles are edited, and a byline is given. Payment is through PayPal.