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25 Travel Articles - 425 words each

Travel articles on attractions in a USA State.

You are bidding on:

25 articles - minimum of 425 words each.

This should be very easy work for an experienced travel writer.

(Example of what you will be writing about: - Grand Canyon)

I will supply winning bidder with names of attractions and keywords.

This project will require some research, as I want interesting and accurate information (do not just use a bunch of fill words) as well as things like hours the attraction is open and the price if applicable.

PLEASE NOTE: This must be 100% original work. It must be well researched , accurate and the content fresh, interesting and meaningful! I do not want material copied from wikipedia or textbooks. It must be written in perfect US English and punctuation, Us measurements ( dollars, feet, miles, etc.)flow naturally and be easy to read. All writings will be considered "contract work". I will own exclusive and complete copyrights to all completed article content. You may not distribute, or sell the articles or use them in any other way. Please do not bid unless you can deliver articles in a timely manner. Before payment is made, you agree to fix or rewrite articles not meeting my quality standards.

PAYMENT: I will pay with GAF within 6 days of receipt. This is to allow time to check for accuracy and with copyscape, article checker and other sources to verify the originality of the material.

Skills: Copywriting

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About the Employer:
( 54 reviews ) Glendale, United States

Project ID: #210526