79 Travel Magazines, Websites, and Blogs that Pay Writers

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There are so many websites, magazines, and blogs that publish travel writing. Here is a list of 79 such publications. According to our research, all of these magazines accept pitches/submissions directly from freelance writers — and all of these publications pay for the writing they publish.We’ve researched the payment rates, when available. Though, keep in mind that they may have changed, and you may need to negotiate with the editor.

You would think that 79 publishers is a big list, in terms of travel writing, but this list just begins to scratch the surface of the possibilities in this niche. Travel writing is very popular, and there are many opportunities. If you’re new to travel writing, here’s a case study worth reading.

Trailer Life is a monthly magazine for RV enthusiasts. They cover travel destinations, outdoor activities, technical trailer info, and DIY projects for trailers. They pay $100 to $700, depending on the topic. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
ROVA Magazine is an RV, road trip and outdoor adventure magazine for millennials and Gen Xers. According to their editor, Gemma Peckham, they pay $200 per article. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Almost Fearless is an adventure/travel magazine for parents. They want practical information about how to have adventures (and travel) with kids. They also want essays and think pieces about what it means ot be a parent and live a fulfilled life. They pay $1 per word for print, and $50 to $250 for web articles. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
AFAR is the ‘experiential travel guide.’ They cover travel stories from a more personal perspective, telling their “stories through people, allowing readers to explore authentic local cultures from the inside out.” Payment reports indicate $1 a word as a common payment rate. Keep in mind that pay will need to be negotiated. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Journey is AAA’s magazine for their members in Washington and Northern Idaho. They reach over 600,000 readers a month. Payment reports indicate $1 a word for payment. They aim to “present readers with lively and informative stories on lifestyle, travel and automotive topics that encourage them to discover and explore the Northwest and beyond.” To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Great Escape Publishing helps writers get paid to travel. They accept articles in a variety of categories, including articles about travel blogging, creating your own tours, the import/export business, travel writing, and photography. They pay between $50 and $200, depending on the nature of the writing. To learn more read their submission guidelines.
Escapees Magazine is the magazine of the Escapees RV Club. They offer articles, tips, and personal views about RVing. They particularly want technical and informational articles are RVs. They’re primarily written by members of their club, but they do accept submissions from non-members as well. They pay up to $150 per article. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Ensemble Vacations: Travel writers can get published in this magazine by writing articles on the art, food, lodgings, and attractions of destinations all over the world. Rates are competitive and more information can be found on writer’s guidelines here.
101 Holidays is a travel website based in the UK. They publish travel articles such as “6 of the best beaches in Sicily” and “6 French country retreats for families.” They pay between £50 and £100 per article published. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
101 Honeymoons, run by the same company as 101 Holidays, focuses on travel destinations suitable for honeymoons. They have the same submission guidelines.
Adventure Motorcycle showcases “courageous people on inspiring rides around the world.” They profile riders, publish industry news, bike reviews, event reports, and DVD reviews. They require photos with their articles. Payment starts at $150 for features and ride reports. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Rider Magazine is for mature, discerning and affluent motorcycling enthusiasts. They buy mini travel stories called Favourite Rides, full-length travel/tour features, and other topics – which is almost anything in the world of motorcycling, including unusual museums or events, or stand-out motorcycle organizations. They pay $200 and up. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Verge Magazine is for “people who travel with purpose.” They are a travel magazine for people interested in volunteering, working, and studying overseas. They pay 10 cents (CAD) per word. Department articles are typically 800 words. Features are 2,000 to 2,500 words. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Transitions Abroad publishes articles on “travel, work, study, living, and volunteering abroad.” They want practical information gained from first-hand experience. They pay up to $150 an article. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Cruise Industry News is a trade magazine and website for the cruise industry. They publish news articles of interest to industry executives and professionals. They don’t publish submission guidelines, but you can contact their editors here.
Porthole Cruise Magazine is a consumer focused travel magazine on the topic of cruises and cruising. They publish cruise ship reviews, destination travel information, and photo essays. Payment reports indicate a payment of $400 for an 800 word article. Rates will need to be negotiated. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
The Viator Travel Blog accepts pitches for feature length contributions. They want to share an “insider’s view of travel” with a focus on more traditional tourism. They also have a helpful list of cities they need articles about. They pay $100-$150 for features. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Recommend is one of the most well-known travel trade publications. Its main demographic is travel agents, so stories should focus on hotels and tour operators that work with travel advisers. Popular destinations include the Caribbean and Mexico, so if you have experience traveling in those areas, try contacting one of the relevant editors.
Travel Weekly is another well-known travel trade publication. They have a circulation of 37,000 and have both a print edition, as well as digital edition. In addition to topics like cruises and hotels, they also cover corporate travel and breaking news. Submit an application to be a freelance writer here, or visit their
TravelPulse – While some articles on TravelPulse.com are consumer-oriented, they also publish content relevant to travel agents and other industry professionals. They pay $50 an article and you can find their submission guidelines here: http://www.travelpulse.com/more/contact_us.html#write_for_us.
Traveltalk is an Australian travel trade publication that also has consumer readership. It’s the country’s highest circulated travel industry magazine. For those familiar with the Australian travel industry, Traveltalk is the perfect magazine to pitch.
Website: traveltalkmag.com.au
Editors: http://www.traveltalkmag.com.au/contact
International Living publishes articles on living overseas. They’re looking for unique, personal articles from international writers. They pay $75 for “daily postcards,” which share stories from expats. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
BootsnAll is a travel blog geared toward indie travelers. They accept pitches for feature articles that cover a range of topics, from traveler interviews to “indie flight hacking.” They pay $50 per feature. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
DesertUSA publishes all kinds of articles about the North American Desert regions. They accept submissions for several sections of their site, including the Wildlife, Adventure, and Desert Lore sections. They pay $100 per article with accompanying photos. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Alaska Airlines Magazine is the monthly in-flight magazine for Alaska Airlines. They are 75 percent written by freelance writers. They pay between $150 and $700. They also occasionally reimburse for expenses. They have thorough guidelines, including an editorial calendar, on their website.
Air Canada’s enRoute Magazine. Air Canada’s magazine reaches over 1 million readers a month. They have an international audience, and high expectations. They accept submissions in a variety of categories. They aim to respond to submissions within 30 days. According to our sources, they pay $1 CDN per word. Be sure to read their full submission guidelines.
Horizon Edition Magazine. Horizon Air is a regional airline affiliated with Alaska Air. Their magazine is largely written by freelance writers. The pay rates start at $100 for short articles, and $450 for feature stories, plus expenses. Here are their full contributor guidelines.
Delta Sky Magazine. Delta is a large airline, with a big audience. They accept submissions of articles ranging from 100 word pieces to 2,000 word feature stories. They also have an editorial internship program. Here are their writer guidelines.
MotorHome, the magazine for RV enthusiasts, covers all aspects of the RV lifestyle. They accept queries, and pay writers up to $900 an article. According to their guidelines: “The easiest way to sell your work to MotorHome is to query us on an interesting and tightly focused motorhome story.” Learn more
Travel + Leisure Magazine pays $1 a word. The vast majority of their writing is from freelance writers. They have a very large audience, with a circulation of 950,00. The editors “are looking for a compelling reason to assign an article: a specific angle, news that makes the subject fresh, a writer’s enthusiasm for and familiarity with the topic.” To learn more, read their contributor guidelines.
Wanderlust is a British travel magazine. They accept pitches from freelance writers. They pay £220 per 1,000 published words for feature articles. They accept submissions to their website as well as their print magazine. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
WestJet Magazine. WestJet is one of Canada’s major airlines. They fly to more than 90 destinations, with a focus on Canada, the US, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Europe. Here are their submission guidelines.
The Sierra is the magazine of the Sierra club, the non-profit environmental activist organization. Their readers are “are environmentally concerned, politically diverse, and actively enjoy the outdoors.” They pay up to $1.50 a word for feature articles, including “adventure travel” articles. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Hawaii Magazine is a regional travel magazine with a readership of more than a 250,000 per issue. It’s for “people who love Hawaii and visit often.” They use freelance writers for “travel stories, personality profiles, stories on activities, history, culture, music, food and environmental sustainability.” To learn more, read their freelance guidelines.
Smarter Travel publishes slideshows and feature length stories on a”range of consumer travel topics, including booking strategies, saving money, avoiding scams, packing tips, best places to go, travel tech, travel trends, and travel tips that represent all kinds of travelers and travel experiences.” They pay $500 for long-form articles and $100 to $250 for shorter posts. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Journeywoman accepts articles about female-centric travel experiences. They want articles written from a woman’s point of view which contain information of interest to women travelers, up to 900 words in length. Journeywoman pays a flat $35 per accepted article. To learn more, read their contributor guidelines.
Hana Hou! is the magazine of Hawaiian Airlines. They “fresh, insightful views of the people, places and cultures that make our island home so special.” They pay 40 cents per word for features and department articles. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Wanderful is a community of women who are passionate about travel. They publish personal stories and advice on anything that refers to traveling as a woman. Their tone is progressive and they seek submissions from writers of diverse ethnicities, sexualities, gender expressions, religions, and abilities. They pay $50 per article. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Gary’s Sporting Journal is a journal for hunters and anglers. They are always looking for features on hunting and fishing, and publish four themed issues a year. They publish Expeditions – travel pieces of hunting and fishing locations, Yarns – campfire tales that can be fact or fiction, and poetry. Word count: 2,500-3,000 for Expeditions; above 1,500 for features; 750-1,500 for Yarns; up to 1,000 for poetry. Pay: $850-1,000 for Expeditions; $600-1,250 based on quality, not length, for features; $600 for yarns; $100 for poems. Details here.
Backpacker publishes articles that target the backpacking and hiking communities. Their pieces cover foot-based travel, backcountry experience, North American destinations, and other topics that they highlight. They pay up to $1 per word depending on complexity and experience. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Backcountry Magazine is all about skiing and snowboarding in the backcountry. According to their website “Each issue of Backcountry is packed with high-definition photography and stories, trusted avalanche safety skills and reliable, unbiased gear reviews. From freeskiing to touring, exotic destinations to backyard zones, the history of skiing to the cutting edge, we cover it all. ” They pay $0.35 cents per word. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Nebraskaland Magazine is published by Nebraska’s Game and Parks Commission. They cover “all varieties of outdoor recreation including camping, travel, canoeing, hunting, fishing, Nebraska’s state parks and recreation areas, wildlife, natural history, unique personalities, art, culture, history and personal reminiscence.” They pay 15 cents per word. Most stories are 2,500 words. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
OutdoorsNW seeks articles about outdoor recreation, adventure travel, health and nutrition, outdoor fitness product reviews, and more. They prefer queries over unsolicited manuscripts, and their pay varies based on assignment. They pay $75 for a news brief (300 – 600 words), $100 for an article (650 – 1,000 words) and $125 for a feature (over 1,000 words). To learn more, read their contributor guidelines.
American Snowmobiler Magazine publishes travel stories of areas where people can snowmobile, how-to snowmobile modification guides, photos and stories about vintage snowmobiles, and other news-worthy snowmobile stories. All payment is negotiated with the author and agreed upon via contract. To learn more, read their contributor guidelines.
Canoeroots Magazine publishes articles about canoeing and canoe camping. They accept profiles of important figures in the canoeing lifestyle, adventure travel stories, how-to articles, family camping features, and more. Pay is negotiated with the editor up to $0.20 per word. To learn more, read their contributor guidelines.
Adventure Cycling Association publishes articles about bicycle travel and other recreational cycling subjects, and feature-length stories about tour accounts. They also accept shorter pieces for The Final Mile, which are about a singular experience while on a cycling trip, and humor pieces. Their submission period ends on 31 October 2017. Word count: 2,000-3,500 for features; 1,200-1,500 for The Final Mile. Pay: $0.30-$0.50/word Details here.
Texas Highways is the official travel magazine of Texas, published by the Travel Information Division of the Texas Department of Transportation. Articles should document Texas destinations for readers in the US and across the world, through descriptive and evocative language. The style should be readable and well-informed. They prefer queries. Word count: Unspecified. Pay: $0.50/word. Details here.
Seattle Magazine wants news-related stories about the city and region, civic and social issues, local travel, food news, home, interiors, and other lifestyle stories, arts and culture, home and garden, and front-of-book features. Query first. Word count: 1,500-3,500 for features; 1,200 for departments; 200-300 for very short pieces. Pay: $400-$1,000 for features; $350 for departments; $50-100 for very short pieces. Details here.
Kentucky Monthly features articles on Kentucky’s culture, food, history, lifestyle, outdoors, travel and human interest. Pitch early. Word count: 1,000-2,500 Pay: $0.15/word
Details here.
Ventana Monthly wants sophisticated, tightly focused articles related to Ventura County. Topics of interest include personalities, philanthropy, architecture, food, sports, shopping and travel. Word count: 400-1,500. Pay: $0.20/word. Details here. –– http://www.ventanamonthly.com/writers.php
Charleston Style & Design is a local magazine that publishes articles about architecture, fashion, businesses, food, and travel of interest to people in Charleston, South Carolina, and the surrounding region. They pay $200 for personal essays that offer a relatable story and good insight. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Ohio Magazine is a regional magazine for the state of Ohio, covering travel destinations, interesting Ohioanns, arts and culture, as well as local trends. Read their submission guidelines here.
Adirondack Life is a regional magazine covering the Adirondacks. If you’re a magazine writer, regional magazines are a great way to build your base of clients. They pay 30 cents per word. Features range from 1,500 to 3,500 words. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Long Island Woman is a monthly tabloid magazine with a free distribution of 30,000 copies throughout Long Island, NY, aimed at women ages 40-69. Its content covers lifestyle and family, physical and mental health, fitness and sport, nutrition and dining, beauty and fashion, finance and business, gardening and home decorating, travel and entertainment, news and interviews with inspiring women. Editors look for original manuscripts and reprints. Payment is $70-$200 for 500-2,250-word articles. To learn more, read writers’ guidelines: http://www.liwomanonline.com/guidelines.php.
South Carolina Living is a lifestyle magazine published by South Carolina’s not-for-profit electric cooperatives. They reach a very large audience. They publish general interest articles, profiles, articles about energy issues, and regional travel articles, recipes, and more. Payment is up to $450. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
In addition to accepting freelance travel writing pitches, Oregon Coast publishes restaurant features. These are “concise, experiential” stories that spotlight local establishments, and writers must include a menu, prices, recipes, or a brochure. They pay $225 for 1,000-word features. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Common Ground accepts articles on health, wellness, the environment, transformational travel and personal growth. Articles are usually between 600 and 1500 words. They pay $0.10 per word and prefer that you query the editors before sending in submissions. http://commonground.ca/contributors-guidelines/
BCAA Magazine is the quarterly magazine published by the BCAA (British Columbia Automobile Association). It is the largest-circulation magazine in Western Canada. It was recently called Westworld, and this is just speculation, but it was probably renamed because of a certain popular TV show. They reach nearly half a million subscribers each issue. You can read their back-issues here. They are primarily a travel magazine for the region. Pay starts at 60 cents CAD per word. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Canadian Travel Press is another popular Canadian travel trade publication. Canadian Travel Press is owned by Baxter Media, whose other publication is Travel Courier. In addition to a print edition, they also have a digital version of the magazine. Website: www.travelpress.com Submissions: Send a pitch to ctp@baxter.net, or visit their contact page.
Travelweek is Canadian publication that also has a French edition. For forty years, Travelweek has been covering everything from familiarization trips to airlines. They’re always looking for articles relevant to Canadian travel professionals. Website: www.travelweek.ca. Contact their editors here.
Abilities is Canada’s foremost cross-disability lifestyle magazine. Topics include travel, health, sport, recreation, careers, education, transportation, housing, social policy, relationships, technology, family life, movie/book reviews, personality profiles, events and conferences. The magazine has a conversational tone. They’re not looking for personal essays, but encourage writers to draw on their experiences to illustrate a broader topic. They pay a kill fee if negotiated in advance. They pay $50 to $325. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Cheese Connoisseur is a trade magazine and website for all things cheese. They cover “specialty cheeses, celebrity cheesemakers, chefs, wines, travel opportunities and complementary foods and beverages.” According to one report, they paid 30 cents per word. Their editor can be contacted here.
DRAFT magazine is a nationwide magazine all about beer. According to our sources, they pay $0.80 cents a word. According to their website “pitches need not be beer-centric, but those that are should focus on beer/brewery news, trends and ideas, rather than the technical aspects of brewing and/or profiles. Aside from beer, we happily accept pitches on topics ranging from food, sports (both professional and leisure), travel, and many other topics.” To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Early American Life is a history magazine, centered on American history through the mid 1800s. They publish articles about history, architecture, antiques, crafts, and travel. They pay around $500 for feature articles from new writers. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
True West Magazine is a monthly print magazine that covers the “the history of the American frontier through authentic and provocative literary nonfiction and heritage travel narratives that keep the spirit of the West alive.” They pay $0.25 cents per word. Features are 1,500 words. Short features are 450 words. Snapshots are 200 words or less. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
PassageMaker Magazine covers all aspects of trawlers and ocean motorboats and welcomes articles from around the world. Articles should be a combination of personal experience and the technical/ informative aspects. General, travel, how-to pieces about the boats and their systems, the crew, and the places they travel are welcome. They also accept articles for Channels, their e-newsletter.
Word count: 800-4,000 for the magazine, up to 1,200 for Channel e-newsletter articles. They pay: $300-950 for the magazine, $150-400 for newsletter articles. Details here.
New Mobility is a magazine for active wheelchair users. They note that they “tell stories directly and honestly, without sentimentality.” They’re not looking for stories of “overcoming disability” but rather practical, compelling articles. Writers can submit “articles on recreation, travel, people, health, relationships, media, culture, civil rights and resources.” Payment: 15 cents per word. Submission Guidelines
Pathfinders Travel Magazine (The Travel Magazine for People of Color) is a quarterly publication containing articles on travel destinations (domestic and international) and vacation tips. The magazine’s goal is “to tell its readers where to go, what to do, where to dine, and how to get there from a cultural perspective.” Editors buy only original material; they do not publish historical pieces or travel essays.Payment is $150 for features (800-1000 words), Chef’s Table/Post Cards from Home (500-600 words), Wine Column, and Looking Back Column. To learn more, read writers’ guidelines: http://pathfinderstravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/WRITERS-GUIDELINES1.pdf.
AAA Midwest Traveler is a bimonthly magazine published by the AAA Auto Club of Missouri. Editors’ goal is to provide readers with useful information on travel and auto safety. The best time to query is from January to April.Editors buy the First American Serial rights and pay on acceptance. Payment is $400 for a 1200-word feature. To learn more, read writers’ guidelines: http://services.autoclubmo.aaa.com/traveler/media/mid/WritersGuidelines.pdf.
Salt (Fine Living and Travel on Vancouver Island) is a semi-annual Canadian magazine published by Page One Publishing,Inc. Articles cover the following topics: “high-end adventures,” regional travel destinations, homes and home décor, local cuisine and beverages, real estate and development, art galleries and shopping.Editors buy only original articles and do not consider simultaneous submissions. Payment is 40 cents per word for features (1,200-3,000 words) and for shorter pieces. To learn more, read writers’ guidelines: https://www.pageonepublishing.ca/handsomehank/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Salt-Submission-Guidelines.pdf?x37414.
Travelers’ Tales collection accepts nonfiction travel essay for consideration in its anthologies.Editors look for personal nonfiction stories reflecting “that unique alchemy that occurs when you enter unfamiliar territory and begin to see the world differently as a result.”Previously published essays are considered. Shorter pieces have a better chance of being accepted. Payment is $100. To learn more, read writers’ guidelines: http://travelerstales.com/submission-guidelines/.
RoadRUNNER is a bi-monthly magazine dedicated to providing active motorcycle enthusiasts with information on national and international tours, exciting new places to ride, review of new motorcycles, and information about products that enhance motorbikes’ riding experience. Editors encourage writers: “Send us your best stories along with photographs for a chance to share your passion with the motorcycle world.” Editors buy only original articles and photos. Payment is $100 for a 800-1000-word article. To learn more, read writers’ guidelines: http://www.roadrunner.travel/about-us/submission-guidelines/. —- http://www.roadrunner.travel/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017-RoadRUNNER-Reader-Submissions.pdf
National Parks is an award-winning, quarterly magazine known for high-quality photography and writing. The magazine is published by the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), a non-profit group dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the National Park System. Reports indicate they pay $1 per word. To learn more, read their submission guidelines. Be sure to click “Downloads” on their guidelines page to access the file.
The Los Angeles Times Travel section includes original sophisticated and compelling destination articles that evoke “a strong sense of place (sounds, colors, smells, tastes), time (when did you go?), expertise and personal perspective.” Trips must be taken within the previous two years. Editors look for first person experiential pieces (about 2,000 words) and Guidebooks (about 500 to 700 words). Payment is $200-$750 for print stories and $500 for online only stories. To learn more, read writers’ guidelines: http://www.latimes.com/la-trw-guidelines-story-story.html.
Cruising Outpost Magazine is a quarterly magazine available in print and electronic versions. It has been “designed from the waterline up to provide people who love the cruising lifestyle with entertainment, information and most of all, a look into what it is really like once you cut your dock lines.” Editors look for article and photo submissions from boaters worldwide. Note: Be sure to specify if you are submitting for internet issue (no payment, one-time use), print issue, or both. Payment for a print edition is $250 for a 500-1,500-word feature story and for a 500-1,000-word feature boat (with 10-12 good photos of a boat under sail). Payment is $50-$100 for departments: “Latitudes & Attitudes” (true stories from Cruisers around the world) and “Minor Features” (anecdotes about experiences while at sea or at anchor). To learn more, read writers’ guidelines: http://www.cruisingoutpost.com/submissions/.
Westworld (WW) magazine (the largest-circulation publication in Western Canada) is primarily a travel publication: its editorial content includes local, regional, and international travel stories. WW buys First North American rights for the WW magazine network – all editions (WW may bank a story for one year or more). Payment includes $50 for use on the BCAA, AMA, CAA Saskatchewan and/or CAA Manitoba websites. WW writer fees start at 60 cents per word (85 cents a word in the B.C. edition). To learn more, read writers’ guidelines: https://files.caask.ca/Writer%20Guidelines.pdf.
Baja Life (The Journal of Mexico’s Magnificent Peninsula) is a quarterly magazine published by Baja Communications Group. It is dedicated to advancing tourism, education, and protection of the Baja Peninsula’s environment. Editors want to take their readers “on a colorful journey of adventure featuring Baja’s unique and fragile eco-systems, remote and exotic treks, marine and desert ecology, ‘green living,’ luxurious resorts and boutique hotels, plus unlimited outdoor activities.” Payment is $0.10 per features (2,000 words) and travel reports (600-1,000 words). To learn more, read writers’ guidelines: http://www.bajalifemag.com/Writers.htm.
Hidden Compass is a literary travel magazine, published online. They want true stories, that push “the travel genre and delves into the spirit, culture, history, ecology, perils or residents of a place.” They pay $300 for features; $200 for other departments. They’re very much going against the contemporary “click-driven” media that dominates so much of our attention these days. They want “all the nuanced, narrator-driven, non-listicle stories that need to be told. We want a tribe of storytellers who journey together.” To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
AARP: The Magazine accepts submission from freelance writers on a variety of topics, including travel. They want “thoughtful, timely, new takes on matters of importance to people over 50.” According to our sources, they pay up to $1 a word. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.
Road & Travel is an online magazine covering automotive travel, with the goal of helping consumers make good choices. They state that pay for auto reviews is between $0 and $100, so be sure to be clear about your payment requirements. To learn more, read their submission guidelines.


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