Remote Job Offer: Looking for Writers & Contributors for PragueGO

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We are constantly looking for more talented writers to join our team. So far the PragueGO site is fueled by great content from Rosie and Louis, but there can be never enough great content. Therefore, we would like to extend our team so we are able to produce even more content.

Job Description

Working from home with no commitment. You will be paid per number of posts you produce. There could be months where you produce 20+ articles and months where you won’t publish anything, that’s totally OK!

You will be writing about everything related to Prague – city news, sightseeing tips, events, restaurant/bar reviews etc. There is no limit, but whatever you produce will have to be interesting for our readers – expats living in Prague and tourists coming to Prague for a vacation.

It’s a great opportunity for someone looking for a part-time job or some extra money. We don’t require any previous experience with copywriting.

We Require

  • English native speaker
  • Attention to detail, excellent text quality (no grammar mistakes, typos etc.)
  • Living in Prague
  • Ability to generate invoices in CZK
  • Experience with WordPress is a big plus, but you will be able to learn it

We Offer

  • Remote working location of your choice
  • Flexible working hours and work amount (totally up to you)
  • Becoming a voice for 10 000+ monthly visitors and 2 700+ Facebook fans

How to Apply

Simply contact us through Facebook or using the form below.

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About Author

Michal B.

Michal has been born in Prague and living there for more than 30 years. His favorite neighborhoods are Brevnov and Hradcany. Even though he knows Prague a lot, he loves just getting lost there and imagine he's a tourist. Michal's super secret tip and hidden gem is a small bistro behind the Charles Bridge called ROESEL - beer & cake.

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