Your Words Matter

Our writing platform was designed by writers for writers to accommodate your needs. Be part of an inclusive community that values originality and thought. If you enjoy learning and writing about new topics, you will love working with Jenni to create content that will stand out. Weave your creativity and craft your words such that they represent your style. Whether you are looking for extra cash on the side or a change of pace in your career, you don’t have to look any further. Show us what you have to offer by joining us today!

Our Perks

Flexible Schedule

Work from anywhere and anytime. Get paid immediately and enjoy your freedom!

AI-assisted Tools

Being a writer means you get free access to our AI-augmented editor. These AI-tools promote improved efficiency and an overall better writing experience.

Sleek Dashboard

Our platform was designed by writers, for writers. The simple and intuitive interface allows you to write faster and enjoy the work.

Hear it from our writers

In terms of my favorite parts about working with Jenni, I think it's an awesome platform where writers and AI can work together. I also really like how a portion of work is helping local businesses market their services.

Eli P.

How it Works

1 Sign up on our form

To apply to be a writer, fill in your basic profile information and list out topics you're interested in writing. Show us your writing skills by submitting one blog article you have written in the past.

2 Wait a few days

Wait a few days and check your e-mail. Upon approval, you will receive further instructions on how to set up your writer's account.

3 Start Writing

Pick an article that catches your eye from a variety of topics. Claim it, write it, and submit it. You will receive a payout of $50 when you reach 1K points.

Apply to become a writer.


Top questions from writers

You've got questions? We've got answers.

A part-time writer (20 hours per week) makes about $270 per week along with several other perks.

For quality assurance, articles will be graded on the following: Readability (a high school student should be able to understand), Length (word count), Style, Low Plagiarism Score, Factual Correctness, Coherence, and Tone

Yes, you are free to use any citation format you see fit.