Fancy being a travel writer? InsideFlyer UK is recruiting!

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Since its launch in late 2015, InsideFlyer UK continues to grow as a website. To sustain and build on that growth, we are on the look out for some new talent to join our writing team!

become a travel blogger

What we need is enthusiastic and knowledgeable travellers who can help us continue to do the usual – flag travel bargains and promos, provide guidance on miles, points and loyalty schemes and otherwise ensure that our readership (principally the UK-based reader) is fully up-to-speed on all the latest key travel information.

If you’re new to the site, by all means have a flick through the articles to see what we publish and whether it’s the type of content that you would be comfortable producing. If you want one article that sums us up, have a look at our Top 10 Insider Travel Tips.

Prior blogging experience and/or a familiarity with WordPress would be great, but is not at all essential.

become a travel blogger

This is a unique opportunity to become a contributor to one of the UK’s biggest, and fastest growing, travel communities!

If you are interested in joining the InsideFlyer UK team, please send an email to tom@insideflyer.co.uk with brief details of your experience and the type of articles you would be able to contribute, and we’ll be in touch.

We provide a transparent payment structure for all published articles, and the opportunity for you to share your travel knowledge with a wide, and very appreciative, UK-focused audience. If you ask really nicely, we may even give you an InsideFlyer key-ring, too.

Comments

  1. Charles Sant says

    I assume one-off articles are fine. There’s not going to be any deadline pressure for the next issue….?

    • Tom Sumner says

      Hi Charles. Whether a regular contributor or just one-off (or very occasional) posts, provided that the content is good, we welcome writers. I suppose the key point is there is not going to be pressure placed on anyone to provide a set number of articles. That said, any writer who produces great content may just get the occasional nudge from me… 🙂

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