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Photo by Amelia Bartlett on UnsplashMental health and psychology are popular niches for writers. As a result, competition is tough, and it can be hard to find paid opportunities. Many sites offer unpaid guest post opportunities which are great for marketing your business, but not so good for paying the bills. After scouring the web and conducting some research, I’d like to share my results with you here.
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