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English-language content writers for travel site (Berlin)

Our travel website ( Protected content ) is looking for writers to write destination guides for regions, states, and cities in Europe and the United States. You must be a native English speaker or possess native-level writing proficiency and, ideally, well-traveled. You will also be able to provide samples of your writing.

Here are the basic details. . .

- Pay rate: $0.04 per word (USD)
- Document length: 2, Protected content words
- Expected time to complete one document: Protected content
- Expected project duration: now until October Protected content if we need more guides; we generally need written content of some type on a consistent basis)

Here's what else you need to know. . .

The destinations you'll write about will be provided to you with an outline of exactly what to cover on the destination. We're looking for a minimum commitment of one guide per week, but you can write as many as you can handle while still maintaining high quality.

You need a PayPal account in order to be paid. We're not currently set up to make payments via Payoneer and we don't cover fees for transfers into bank accounts outside of the United States.

About our website...

Our website uses data and algorithms to create detailed sightseeing itineraries for users. You tell it where you're going, when, and what your travel interests are. The site will then give you a day-by-day itinerary of what to see and do.

Our site currently covers Europe and the United States with more countries in the works. We launched in June Protected content you can read the latest on us in Forbes ( Protected content ) and Techcrunch ( Protected content ).

What to do. . .

Please send an email to Protected content to express your interest in writing destination guides. Attach Protected content that best showcase your writing ability. Keep this in mind when selecting your samples: our site requires an informative style of writing with crisp prose ideally suited to web readers' habit of scanning.

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