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At this time there are more than 1,000 contributors, and the site is continuing to grow and accept new submissions. Who Pays Writers reports, The Christian Science Monitor pays an average of 25 to 36 cents per word for reported stories; however, essays may receive a different rate. Articles need to be submitted at least 60 days prior to publication date. Each article should have a catchy title, writer byline, article intro, body and conclusion and an author bio of up to 20 words.
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Kicks and movements are more intense now, and your guest post will help soothe the aching bodies of moms-to-be. They’ll need true stories about giving birth and child development. All posts must be a minimum of 800 words of quality content. Anything less than the word count will be rejected. This is so that that ties in with other published content on the site. Guest posts must not include content that has been previously published somewhere else.
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