Only bid if English is your first language. I am looking for a travel writer to write for me short unique travel articles about a number of locations, a location can be a town, village, county, place or country or destination. I will specify the location to the successful candidate. The articles must be of excellent quality and researched well before written. I need 30 articles written each article will be no less than 400 words, 50% of the article will be about the history of the location and 50% about the present day location, the articles will need to be travel orientated and need to promote the location. I will verify that the articles are completely unique, all of the text must be in your own words. The articles will need to be spell and grammar checked before sent to me. Articles to be delivered in word. The articles will need to be sent to me as they are completed. I will provide good ratings for work well done.
All English writing-related deliverables MUST be of grammatical, structural and logical quality commensurate with written English in a professional journal (unless otherwise stated by the Buyer). If you are a non-native English speaker you are HIGHLY CAUTIONED against bidding if you are less than 100% certain that you can provide this level of deliverables. However, if the Buyer accepts your bid based on a sample of your work that falls beneath (or above) this level, then they are indicating that quality of your sample is the acceptable level of quality in this contract. In general, all deliverables MUST be completely your own original work and may not be taken (in whole or in part) from any work that you do not have full copyrights to (unless otherwise stated by the Buyer). If the buyer agrees to allow you to quote material from other sources, you must surround that material with quotes and cite the source with enough detail so it can be verified. The buyer may agree to allow you to paraphrase material from other sources. This is legal when the work is considered "Fair Use" (which generally means it will NOT be used commercially and ONLY for educational purposes). When this is the case, you must follow generally accepted standards for paraphrasing.