The Washington Newsday is a widely syndicated news publication whose news content reaches more than 150,000 online readers daily in the DC surrounding areas, in addition to the global political and business community, who rely on us for a more concise view of the stories that matter, each day.
From congressional office holders to key people within the inner circles of the White House, news content from our writers are often read by people that matters and by key policymakers in Washington DC.
And while we may be a slowly growing news publication, content from our digital pages flows through Google News, and all of the other major news reading apps that matter, which can sometimes see us peaking to as much 420,000 readers on some days.
So if you are looking to build your journalism resume, add a great news publication to your profile, or is looking for a window to publish content that influential people will actually read, then you definitely need to take up blogging at the Washington Newsday.
But while you may be able to get your views and opinion out into the DC and international news community, while developing a great journalism following for yourself, the Washington Newsday DOES NOT PAY BLOGGERS for posting their content.
In other words, blogging on our news portal comes with no monetary reward from us, even though we would want to subsequently offer paid employment to bloggers who may attract our editorial and team interest.
So if you think you have got some free time and some views to share in the areas of Personal Finance, Global Finance, the Economy, Politics, or Democracy, then you can go ahead and apply to become a blogger at the Washington Newsday, by submitting the completed application form below.
Please be reminded again that the Washington Newsday, DOES NOT PAY for content submitted by bloggers.
If you are seeking paid employment, please check our Vacancies link to see if any is currently available.