Work With Portugalist

Attention: Currently looking for accountants, lawyers, doctors, teachers, and anyone who’s an expert in their field in Portugal.

Portugalist has partnerships with companies in Portugal and all over the world. Over the years, we have helped those companies generate thousands in additional revenue, primarily through advertising and affiliate partnerships.

Important: Portugalist is based on providing high-quality, unbiased, detailed content that simplifies the process of moving to Portugal. We won’t do anything that jeopardises that.


Do you accept guest posts?

We have absolutely zero need for guest posts written by freelancers. This is a blog: our entire business is content-based. There’s absolutely no point in you paying a freelancer to write a generic article about Portugal – we can do that ourselves.

If you are an expert in your field (e.g. an expert on Portuguese taxes) we may consider it. That’s something we can’t write ourselves. Alternatively, if you are happy to be a source for an article, we’d be happy to interview you and use your knowledge within future articles.

We also don’t sell links and have never published an infographic.

We want to work with you, but would require exclusivity

If you want exclusivity, please buy the site for a ridiculous amount of money and then you can do whatever you want with it.

In the meantime, please focus on offering the best quality service and the best prices to customers. We’ll recommend you based on that – not because we’re contractually obliged to do so.

Will you review my hotel/restaurant/walking tour etc?

It normally doesn’t make financial sense to do this – certainly not in return for a free meal or free night’s stay unless a day-rate is included – but feel free to get in touch to discuss it.

Please note: Any complimentary stays would need to be disclosed in the article.

Are you available for freelance writing?

Potentially, yes. Please get in touch.

Are you available for interviews?


Can I just a photo from your website?

Please get in contact to discuss. Note: unless you pay for licencing, you will normally need to credit and link to

How can I contact you?

Via the contact form here.

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