Calling all travel buffs: BootsnAll’s new paid writing program

Photo courtesy of Bootsnall.bom
Photo courtesy of Bootsnall.bom

Attention all travel-writing Cheapos!

Our friends over at indie travel guide BootsnAll gave us a sneak peek at a new writing program they’re launching next week called “The BootsnAll Travel Writing Platform,” and we think you might want to have a looksie.

What is it? As Boots-n-Chief Sean Keener describes it, this program “aims to connect passionate travel writers/creative people and travelers through expert-driven content.”

Oh, and did we mention you get paid?

The program kicks off on Monday, March 1st (2010) with a search for five travel writers to cover specific destinations and topics, including Amsterdam, Australia, France, Hawaii, Indonesia, Ireland, Las Vegas, London, Mexico and South Africa. Applying is straightforward and those who are selected will earn a monthly fee plus profit-sharing that could range as high as 30% – 40%.

Interested? Read the FAQ on their application page or, better yet, watch the nifty video of Sean explaining the benefits to learn more.

Good luck!

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Pete Meyers
About the author: An Ohio native, Pete Meyers was bred on family road trips and the Beach Boys. When not working at EuroCheapo HQ in NYC, Pete likes to be found eating bouillabaisse anywhere in the south of France.
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