Is NileGuide one example of how to stop the internet ruining travel journalism?
Travel planning website NileGuide is using a new commissioned-based payment system that it hopes will attract beleaguered journalists and writers from destinations around the world.
The programme works by paying each writer a flat fee (undisclosed) but then rewarding them further with additional payments depending on traffic.
NileGuide has so far recruited around 100 writers including journalists, concierges, freelancer travel writers to its content creation programme.
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