Writers Wanted: Sabah Travel Blog
Write from a local perspective in the third person. This generally includes tips and useful information on upcoming events, how-to tutorials, vendor and product reviews, interviews, reports on national or global issues relevant to the topic along with local resources, and other topic-related articles.
This is a great opportunity to create an impressive online portfolio and even earn extra cash while you’re working to promote local economy. You will work from home as independent contractors and set your own pace as far as when and how often they publish. Because the level of readership and earnings success is influenced by publishing frequency, those who publish at least 3 – 5 times a week tend to build a larger and more engaged audience.
You are paid monthly through PayPal based on posting frequency and internet variables including page views, subscriptions, session length, and advertiser interest. Besides earning pay for performance, You will often receive invitations to attend special events and requests to review products or services. It’s not a “quit your day job” opportunity, but will increase chances for more freelance writing gigs–including book and magazine deals.
This is the ideal opportunity for you if you relate to any of the following:
~ I’m an aspiring writer. I’ve been blogging for some time now but my readership isn’t where I’d like it to be and sometimes I wonder if anyone is reading my posts.
~ I’m already an established professional writer and/or author and I want another writing outlet where I have more creative freedom and where I can develop my online writing skills.
~ I already have a job but seek something fun and stimulating to do where I can also earn extra cash, network, meet active and like-minded people, and learn new tech and media skills.
~ I’ve been unemployed and don’t want a big gap on my resume, but am not able to commit to anything that will prevent me from continuing my job search.
~ I want to make a career change. I know so much but am having difficulty showcasing my knowledge to recruiters and potential employers because I lack experience.
~ I’m not a professional writer but I am a professional in the travel/hospitality industry. I love writing and am good at it. I’d love to share what I know with others, showcase my industry, and gain exposure as the local topic expert.
You’ll be responsible for compiling your knowledge of great restaurants, slick hangouts, sweet venues, new roads and pathways, into fun, interesting guides, to give our users a taste of these amazing places and cultures, and help them make the most out of their travels!
You’ll need to have:
✓ A knack for writing
✓ A vibrant and engaging writing style
✓ A robust knowledge of interesting places off the beaten track
✓ Strong proofreading skills
This position is freelance and pays a flat commission per article depending on its length and research involved.