Here's the type of person for whom we are looking — does this sound like you?
We are looking for people to write a few articles a year for us (at most, about one a month), detailing anything that you think other readers would like to know to help them get more from a visit to a major theme park. Here are three great examples of the type of writing we love to feature on our home page:
We have an immediate need to cover some press events for ride openings in the next month or so, so we'd especially like to find writers in the Boston and Dallas metro areas, but anyone who lives near or frequently visits major parks is encouraged to reach out and express interest. While we do assign our writers to cover press events near them from time to time, for the most part we rely on our writers to come up their own story ideas. Tell us the great stuff you're learning on your visits that you'd like to share with the community. We're looking for practical trip-planning and park navigation advice, tips on worthy experiences and deals that most visitors overlook, warnings about scams and bad deals, as well as reviews of new attractions and restaurants.
We do pay our front page writers on Theme Park Insider. Payment is per article and isn't a big amount, but it does show our appreciation for your time and consideration. We also allow you to retain the copyright on everything you write for us. (We simply require a 24-hour publishing exclusive on anything you write for us, and a perpetual, non-exclusive license to publish it after that.)
Interested? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with some ideas on stories you might like to write for us. Then tell me a little about yourself and why you'd like to be part of the front page team on Theme Park Insider. Thanks!Tweet
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