Howzit? Have you ever dreamed about or wanted to be a travel writer? Do you have original ideas for Hawaii-oriented content and want to publish your material online – plus get paid for your time and effort? Well then you’re just who we’re looking for!
Guide of Hawaii is looking for creative and pro-active writers to join us in our effort to publish more original Hawaii content online. The topics are endless and the sky is the proverbial limit. We’re not setting the parameters for what our guest writers can publish or write about – instead, you are in complete control. The steps are simple:
You pitch us an idea for an article, and we’ll let you know if we think it’s a good fit for Hawaii-Guide.com – if it is, you’re free to be as creative as you wish. Longer articles may even be split into a series. Once you’re ready to publish, we’ll provide you feedback on each article, allow you to make final edits, and then we’ll publish the article under your name or desired pen name. Finally, we’ll compensate you for your time and effort based on a pre-negotiated rate for each article. It’s that simple.
Guide of Hawaii features articles and blog-related entries for the islands of Maui, Kauai, Oahu, and the Big Island – so the content you publish must be for one of these four main islands. If you feel strongly about Molokai or Lanai, let us know and we’ll consider branching out to one of the smaller islands as well.
If this all sounds like a great opportunity, then contact us today, let us know you’re interested, and we’ll be in touch shortly.
OK, the legal stuff for the lawyers. All articles accepted and published by Guide of Hawaii must be original content. This content cannot already exist (verbatim) on any other website and cannot be published in the future (verbatim) on any future website. Once the content is paid for, it becomes the sole intellectual property of Guide of Hawaii and we may promote, disperse, or utilize the content in any form we deem necessary; including removal of the content at any time from our website. Under no circumstances will guest writers be considered employees of Hawaiian Style Organization, LLC and any guest writer living in the U.S. who earns over $600/year will be required to fill out the proper U.S. tax documentation. Your name or pen name will remain on our site as the author, and you are free to reference the content you provide us in writing samples, resumes, etc. We reserve the right to refuse any content from our site at any time, whether pre-negotiated rates exist or not. Mahalo for your interest in joining our program.