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Saturday, September 22, 2007

Guide Positions at

Some of you may be familiar with, a huge network of informative sites on a number of topics. Each channel of the site is run by a "guide" who updates the content regularly with new articles, links, news items, and blog entries. Sister Huda has been running the Islam channel for years and is doing a great job, masha'Allah.

There are many, many openings for guide positions at You can find a regularly updated list here.

Of special interest to the visitors of this blog are the following three topics:

Arabic Language

Middle East Issues

Moroccan and Arabic Food

Of course, you may be interested in one of the numerous other topics as well, so no need to limit yourself.

Guides are paid a monthly stipend of $725 that can increase over time depending on the site's traffic.

This is a pretty good gig, but it is also competitive, so make sure you read all the guidelines before sending in an application. I found this discussion thread pretty informative as well.

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