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Our “Ecosystem” makes it easy to Get your message out to thousands—& get paid.

Unlike Instagram or Facebook, Elephant is independent, and mission-driven—and despite having (slightly) fewer resources, we believe in paying our writers to offer quality to our readers.

Elephant was one of the first major sites to pay our best, consistent writers. But it was always hard to measure “best.” Now, we are introducing weekly payments to the top 15 articles on Elephant based on their Ecosystem Score—95% determined by our readers’ actions: reads, hearts, comments, shares, and 5% determined by our Editor’s Picks (so that mission balances popularity).

Note: When folks earn identical scores, we use the number of reads as the tiebreaker.

March 26th to April 1st Winners

#1 Keri Mangis $200 Editor's Pick

The Question that Cracked Open my Feminine Side.

#2 Matthew Busse $108

Breaking the Cycle of Infatuation & Avoidance: Confessions of a Recovering “Love Bomber.”

#3 Kathy Parker $108 Editor's Pick

Women have Two Choices: We’re Either F*ckable or Invisible.

#4 Lizz Dawson $108 Editor's Pick

Capitalism hijacked Yoga, then Wellness, but they can’t have Me (Or, Why I don’t teach Yoga anymore).

#5 Julie Canning $75

A Letter to my Parents—Thank You for Getting Divorced.

#6 Rebecca Donaldson $75

Healing the Heart of the Little Girl Inside Me.

#7 Billy Manas $75 Editor's Pick

Walking Away from Toxic Love (& the Best Sex of my Life).

#8 Elizabeth Gordon $50

10 Questions to Ask Ourselves when we Feel Jealous.

#9 Megan Buchan $50

Why Wine is No Longer my Partner in Crime in Heartbreak & Sadness.

#10 Anna Palmer $50

Libra Full Moon: Igniting a New Cycle within our Relationships. {March 28-29}

#11 Amy Willard $50

Nobody is F*cking “Nice” Anymore.

#12 Susanna Barkataki $50

“Hate is Not What Yoga is: An Open Letter to J Brown.” ~ Susanna Barkataki

#13 Jenny Neal $50

Eating my way through the Pandemic: the Hard Truth for those of us with an Eating Disorder.

#14 Gina Nicole Ballard $50

What our Clutter is Trying to Tell Us.

#15 Dr. Mia Hetenyi $50

Why we Need to Grieve for What Never Was.



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