Would you like be part of our RV Travel team?
We can use some help. We’re growing like asparagus. Our small but incredibly efficient staff is working as fast as we can, but there is much more to do. If we were a football team, we would settle for nothing less than winning the Super Bowl.
In the RVing information world, we want to be the best. The very best. That means producing the most interesting and relevant content to make our readers’ RVing lives more enjoyable, more rewarding and safer!
We could use another two good, productive writers. They can choose to work full- or part-time. We pay based on production — the more they write, and the more interesting our readers find those articles, the more they earn. The sky’s the limit for the right person. Applicants should have a news writing background, love to write, be motivated, be self-starters and be familiar with RVing. We do not want travel articles, as in “we went here and did that.” Write editor Chuck Woodbury at firstname.lastname@example.org if you fit the bill.
We also need help with our dozens of Facebook groups. We need someone to promote articles we publish on our website to appropriate Facebook groups and pages. The more people visit our website, the more become subscribers, the more revenue we have to pour back into the business. Applicants should know Facebook inside out. Pay depends on their qualifications and eagerness to get involved with us.
We’re also looking for voluntary moderators for many of our Facebook groups. Go to https://www.rvtravel.com/groups to see our current offerings. Do any of the groups reflect your interests? If so, perhaps you might want to become a moderator. In that role, you’ll keep an eye on the discussion including booting out members who are nasty or otherwise unworthy of membership. If you do a great job as a moderator, we may ask you to do more for us, which could involve pay.
It goes without saying that most of the work we have available requires a reliable Internet connection.
Finally, if you are a regular visitor to RVtravel.com and see something lacking where you could fill a void, we’re all ears.
Contact editor Chuck Woodbury at email@example.com if any of this sounds good to you.