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Cannabis Writing Jobs

by Amanda 11 days ago in list

Get paid to write cannabis-related articles!

Cannabis Writing Jobs
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As more states legalize marijuana for recreational and medicinal purposes, writing jobs for cannabis writers increasingly become available. Articles covering marijuana legislation and politics, new strains, and other hot topics for magazines, blogs, and websites give you the freedom to write about a topic that you love and earn extra cash.

Cannabis writing jobs pay, although the amount varies for each gig. Print publications pay writers more money than blogs or websites, but article quality expectations are much greater. Pitching your idea never hurts; the editors could need the exact type of copy you’ve written.

Top Cannabis Writing Gigs

Start your journey as a cannabis writer with the following companies. Submit an application or a pitch to the editor; getting started is simple. Each pay writers for blog posts, essays, opinion pieces, news stories, and articles.

Mitchell’s Medicinals

Mithcell’s Medicinals sells high-quality CBD and hemp products. Must have at least 2 years’ CBD writing experience. Rates are negotiable, based on 1,000 words of content. Send a cover letter and resume to Audrey for consideration.

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High Times

The original and still undisputed champ of weed publications, High Times magazine pays $500 to $1,000 for cannabis-related articles. Pitch the editor your idea for consideration. Article submissions should offer new insight and information into the cannabis industry.

The Pen Is Mightier

A full-service content creation agency specializing in content for the cannabis industry, writers should understand rules, regulations, and challenges facing companies in the niche and understand how they can convert clicks to leads for customers.

Writers should be passionate and knowledgeable about cannabis with the capability to dictate assignments and projects from home.

Applicants must complete and pass a writing test and an application available at mightiercontent.com.

Reason

Reason magazine pays writers 0.34 cents per word and sometimes more. Original analysis and research covering cannabis culture, economics, politics, and science written from a libertarian perspective garner the most attention from the editors at Reason.

Cannabis Now

Cannabis Now covers politics, legislation, horticultural advancements, and cannabis trends.

Writers should bring fresh insight and perspective to their article or blog.

Pitch the editor for consideration.

The Daily Chronic

The Daily Chronic pays writers for cannabis-related content. Students, established authors and journalists, and non-profit organizations may submit their work for consideration.

Leafly

One of the most popular online cannabis resources, Leafly accepts freelance reporters and writing news stories, recipes, lists, and other informative cannabis-related content. Browse the Leafly Knowledge Center for an idea of what they look for from writers and pitch your idea to the editors! https://www.leafly.com/news/submit-a-story

CannaWrite

CannaWrite is a freelance cannabis writing company in business since 2016. Cannabis writers complete a writing test for consideration to join the team. Pay is per assignment and varies from one piece to another.

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CFN Media Group

CFN Media Group seeks subject matter experts across all areas of the cannabis industry, including journalists, growers, medical experts, and others. Topics range from science and new developments to cannabis politics and technology.

Writers earn $100 or more per article writing for CFN Media Group. Pay depends on the length and article complexity.

Pitch the editor your idea for consideration.

High Writing Ahead

The cannabis writing gigs above are some of the awesome opportunities available for anyone involved in the industry. If you want to make a little extra cash writing about a topic you love, check out the opportunities and earn what you are worth as a writer.

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Amanda
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Amanda

I love the little things that make life worth living. I write to live and live to write, with enough diverse interests to pique your curiosity. You never know what I will write. Follow me @AmandaG_LWOS; Visit my website @ mjekmarketing.com

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