Short 150 word articles about Tourist Spots in the Philippines

Writing Web Content Posted 3 years ago

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Budget: $15
Delivery by October 14, 2013

Start Date

August 12, 2013


We are looking for plenty of short 150 word (minimum) articles about different tourist locations in the Philippines and their tourist attractions. In each article, the tourist spots needs to be briefly described. The article need to be about the spot, not how to get there and what else can be done. The spots will be given in packs of 10.  

The articles need to be unique and in very good English. All will be checked by copyscape.

The articles should be informational and honest. e.g.: there is no need to “praise” the “man-made forest in Bohol” as it is rather a disappointment and nothing special.

We don’t want our reader to get wrong information.
We write for an international audience and therefore want simple straight forward articles, without any flamboyant expressions and fillers.

Your application should include a short paragraph (100-150 words) about tourist spot in the Philippines.

If you have any further references, feel free to send them with your application.

Do not apply if your uncle is in the hospital, your carabow is sick, your internet connection is bad, your computer is stolen (or in the pawnshop)  etc. (sorry, we have enough experience, to know all excuses why jobs are not done in time). Apologies to all hard working Pinoys, but that is our experience in 8 out of 10 cases.

We pay 15$ (including fee) for 10 topics. Deadline is 3 days (72hrs) after the topics are given.  If your article does not pass copyscape or is delayed, we do not pay.


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