Become a Logue Author

Ask people for their dream job and travel writer often makes an appearance in the top ten. It sounds all-glamorous – getting paid to travel and write far-flung regions of the world. But the reality is that it’s very hard work and takes a certain type of dedicated writer.

If you think you have the passion for a certain destination and are interested in becoming a paid travel writer, we have an opportunity for you. Read on!

We are looking for people who have enthusiasm, energy, great writing and a passion for a destination where they live, like say Costa Rica, or London. Although we’re looking for you to create an awesome resource for travelers, your personality is just as important. It should be reflected in your writing, be opinionated and grab the readers’ attention.

You would be writing and developing an online travel guide to your destination. You will write approximately 250 to 350 words per post, 4 to 5 times per day. Not only will you write about your perspective on traveling to the destination, but you will do hotel and restaurant reviews, interview travelers, and help give travelers a complete view of what it is like to travel and live there.

You could earn between $200 to $600 per month to start – sometimes more, sometimes less but it depends upon the frequency, the location or theme. Plus you will earn a percentage of the site profit.




Let’s get one thing straight, this is not meant to be a full-time position. However, with strong passion and commitment, your logue could grow where you’ll have to think about quitting your day job.

Here are just a few of the locations and themes that we are currently recruiting Logue authors for. Contact us if any of these interest you.

Costa Rica
Las Vegas

Business Travel
Adventure Travel
Cruises & Vacations
Luxury Travel

Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)
Study Abroad
Travel Gear
Round the World Travel

If you do not see the location or theme that you are an expert on, don’t despair. If you’re the best writer for the job, we’ll make an exception and fire up your Logue straight away.