Hi, I'm looking for quotes for content writing for multiple destiniation specific airport transfer websites. Each text should be approx. 500 words in length, as per the example below (STATIC CONTENT), for Valencia airport. We are aiming to attract visitors searching for holidays / events in the area, so, from an SEO perspective, it is important to use keywords such as those in red in the below example.
Initially, I would be interested in such content for the 45 airport specific websites (listed below) which we will be launching in the next few months. I would propose the content is written in batches of ten airports at a time. Our plan for the next couple of years is to launch 250+ such websites, all requiring such content, so this would be a long term arrangement. Additionally, we may be interested in event specific content (100-200 words approx) for our main websites, detailing up and coming events, such as concerts, sporting events, popular fiestas etc. This content would need to be generated perhaps 4 times / year for each website. See TIMELY CONTENT example below.
I am requesting quotes from other writers, and pricing is a deciding factor, so please take into consideration the long term value of this work offer when deciding your pricing structure. I can arrange payment for each batch by credit card, PayPal or bank transfer, and will need invoices.
Alicante airport (ALC)
Almeria airport (LEI)
Annecy airport (NCY)
Athens airport (ATH)
Barcelona airport (BCN)
Bilbao airport (BIO)
Chambery airport (CMF)
Corfu / Kerkyra Airport (CFU)
Faro / Algarve airport (FAO)
Fez / Fes / Saïss (FEZ)
Geneva / Geneve airport (GVA)
Girona airport (GRO)
Granada airport (GRX)
Grenoble airport (GNB)
Jerez airport (XRY)
Kefalonia Airport (EFL)
Kos Airport (KGS)
Larnaca airport (LCA)
Lisbon / Lisboa airport (LIS)
Lyon airport (LYS)
Madrid airport (MAD)
Majorca (Palma) airport (PMI)
Malaga airport (AGP)
Malta airport (MLA)
Menorca / Minorca airport (MAH)
Murcia airport (MJV)
Nice airport (NCE)
Paphos Airport (PFO)
Paris Beauvais airport (BVA)
Paris Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG)
Paris Orly airport (ORY)
Reus airport (REU)
Rhodes airport (RHO)
San Sebastian airport (EAS)
Santander airport (SDR)
Sevilla airport (SVQ)
Tangier / Boukhalef airport (TNG)
Trieste Airport (TRS)
Valencia airport (VLC)
Venice Marco Polo airport (VCE)
Venice Treviso airport (TSF)
STATIC CONTENT (ONE-OFF WRITING)
What does Valencia have to offer? The answer is everything! Endless fiestas, the fire and passion of las Fallas, a host of cutting-edge cultural events, clean beaches and a wonderful sunny Mediterranean climate, incredible gastronomy and a solid infrastructure for business trips. Valencia combines the friendliness of the south with the practicality of the north and travellers are generally given a warm welcome by the open, unpretentious people of the city.
The orange Valencia
Valencia is Spain’s third largest city, situated at the centre of the Spanish Mediterranean coastline on a strip known as Costa del Azahar, opposite the Balearic Islands, halfway between Madrid and Barcelona. In recent years, Valencia has become a popular holiday destination and a great choice for weekend breaks on the continent, attracting new visitors away from the traditional tourist haunts of the Costa Blanca.
Valencia...not just architecture
There are roughly 1 million inhabitants in Valencia and the languages spoken are Castilian (Spanish) and Valencian. A strong sense of cultural identity prevails and the local government is very keen to promote cultural events and keep traditions alive. Various fiestas take place through out the whole year but the largest and most spectacular is, without doubt, las Fallas.
Las Fallas happens on March 19th every year; each neighbourhood spends the whole year fundraising for this event and builds some sort of enormous construction to be burnt on this day, filling the streets of Valencia with the warmth and light of bonfires and fireworks. There is something very genuine about the fiestas in Valencia; here visitors can have the rare experience of observing local traditions without the feeling that it is a show put on for the tourists.
El Carmen, the historical part of town is a beautiful neighbourhood full of winding streets and wonderful architecture dating back to Roman and Arabic times. The neighbourhood, or “barrio” in Spanish, is crowned by Plaza de la Reina. Other major attractions include the enormous modernist style Central Market (Mercado Central), the art-deco style railway station, Plaza de la Virgen, the Cathedral, the Gothic silk exchange building (la lonja de seda) and the Torres de Serranos, the ancient gateway to the walled city.
The newest and most popular tourist attractions to the city are the Oceanografic Sealife Centre and the spectacular, futuristic City of Arts and Sciences, designed by Santiago Calatrava. The Turia Gardens, in the dry riverbed is a beautiful park full of ponds, paths, fountains, flowers, football pitches, cafes and quiet places to escape the bustle of the city.
But let’s not forget that Valencia is a beach city although the clean waters and fine golden sand will make you feel as though you were a million miles away from the metropolis. The port area, home to the America’s Cup, really comes alive in summer and is home to some of Valencia’s finest nightlife and paella restaurants. More and more tourists discover what this city has to offer each year and yet, it manages to maintain its unique character and authenticity. Experience a traditional, unpretentious yet modern and exciting part of Spain….experience Valencia!
TIMELY CONTENT (REWRITTEN 4 TIMES / YEAR APPROX)
Formula 1, Tomatoes & Fashion: Summer events in Valencia
- Listen up Formula 1 fans! It’s racing time in Valencia between the 28th and the 30th of August, at the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe! This year the race will be held on a new street circuit on the site of the beautiful 'Americas Cup' marina. Everything you need for a truly exciting weekend of racing at the Valencia Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe.
- Food fight festival! On the 26th of August the town of Buñol, just outside Valencia, will be flooded with squashed tomatoes… Tens of thousands of participants come from all over the world to fight in La Tomatina where tons of over-ripe tomatoes are thrown in the streets. For more details go to La Tomatina.
- Valencia will be looking dapper for the VII Valencia Fashion Week, September 8-10, 2009. For three days you can get a leg up on the hottest fashion for the Spring/Summer 2010 collections at the Valencia fairgrounds. Don’t hesitate to enjoy a little beach, paella and fashion for a triple win situation in Valencia.