Write ✍️ Slogans and Greetings 👋 for Pay 💰 ...

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Are you the creative type? Do you get bored easily? Do you ever wonder who ever came up with half of the McDonald's sayings or who wrote all of those cute greeting cards in card shops and say, "Hey, I could do that"? Would you like to be just like them? Well, you can!

On gcswriters.blogspot.com you are going to see slogan companies on the left side of the page and greeting card companies on the right side of the page. You are set!

I have selected one of each to discuss with you that I think are real winners.

Slogan Slingers is a site where writers can submit slogans. Businesses start slogan competitions to get a new slogan.

Businesses give cash to the writer of the slogan they like best. It is a wonderful place for beginning writers to have fun and maybe win some money.

There are about 10 slogan contests per week.

Make up to $200 to $999 per contest (minus a small administration fee), via PayPal.

Show off your creativity among other writers from the U.S., U.K., Australia...etc.

Start an account here: sloganslingers.com

Oatmeal Studios is one of my favorite greeting card companies to submit to, but also very hard to be published by. Back when I had no Wi-Fi, I would submit with my own handwriting on index cards. I guess you could say I kept the U.S. Postal Service in business.

Oatmeal asks for 10 submissions at a time, with good clean humor, on most any topic. Simply go to oatmealstudios.com for guidelines. Pay is negotiated.

Look at all of your possibilities on one single webpage all drawn out for you. Surely, you can find something to your liking.

If you do not have a computer, go to your local library, look up the slogan or greeting card company's website and find their mailing address, as some of the companies, like Oatmeal Studios, accept written work through the United States Postal Mail. Sometimes people are just more creative on paper, also.

Good luck!

Sources:

everywritersresource.com
gcswriters.blogspot.com
oatmealstudios.com

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