Archive for October, 2008

Rejection Letters Scare Travel Writers to Death
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[Posted on: 31 October 2008]
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A group of travel writers took a travel writing course on “how to get published in travel writing.” They wrote their articles with care. The instructor read, critiqued, and proofread their articles. He gave them back to the travel writers to make revisions. The articles were sent to various publications. Of course, the travel writers […]

Travel Writer Wanted for Misuse of Article Marketing
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[Posted on: 29 October 2008]
[Posted in: Getting Readers, Opportunities, Tips & Tricks]
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A travel writer decided to enter into the realm of article marketing. He had plenty of material to be published. He understood that article marketing is a great way to obtain link banks to his travel writing website. Our travel writer took a few weeks to research the best article marketing websites. After he completed […]

Travel Writer in Search of Funds Hits the Jackpot
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[Posted on: 27 October 2008]
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A travel writer in search of funds scored big over the weekend. She discovered many ways to fund her travels. Talk about hitting the jackpot in travel writing! Our travel writer did not have to travel to Las Vegas, Monte Carlo, or Atlantic City. Not that traveling to those places would not be fun. But, […]

Shutterbug Bite Transforms You into Travel Writer Photographer
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[Posted on: 24 October 2008]
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A travel writer was in Australia for a three-week holiday. Her itinerary was jammed packed with activities such as bunging jumping, hiking, and zipping down a zip line. Also on the list were visits to Sydney Opera House, Australia Zoo, and much more. Our travel writer was walking through the Australian Outback when she felt […]

7 Steps to Follow Before Applying for Freelance Travel Writer Jobs
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[Posted on: 22 October 2008]
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Many travel writer jobs are sought after by travel writers all over the world. Their stories are the same. They are looking for travel writing jobs not only to pay the bills but that will “jump start” their career. With so much competition, what’s a travel writer to do? The first thing to do is […]

A Travel Writer Suffers from Technology Blues
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[Posted on: 20 October 2008]
[Posted in: Overcoming Obstacles, Tips & Tricks]
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(Editors Note: To avoid confusion it’s important to note the difference between WordPress.org, the site where you can download the free standalone version of the WordPress blogging software, and WordPress.com, which is the online community where you can get a free blog if you can’t (or don’t want to) install and set up your own […]

Travel Writer’s Secret to Making Money from an Ad-Free Blog
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[Posted on: 17 October 2008]
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Travel writer David’s first blog was an ad free blog. Some people thought he was crazy for not monetizing his blog. As a travel writer, he knew he could make money from his writing. Through his research he found great blogs on the internet that did not run ads. He found out that some ads […]

Travel Writers With Travel Smarts Go Far
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[Posted on: 15 October 2008]
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It’s assumed that travel writers know the cheapest, safest, and savviest ways to travel. We all know what assume means. For those of you who don’t know what “assume” means, email us, and we’ll give you the real meaning of the word. After all, this is a clean blog and we cannot publish what “assume” […]

A Travel Writer Knows How to Pack and Travel Light
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[Posted on: 13 October 2008]
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We all know that traveling is fun. However, what is not fun is lugging around 3 or 4 suitcases and a carry on bag! As a travel writer, you must realize that this is no way to travel. You do not have to bring your entire closet with you or all of your toiletries. It […]

Travel Writer Job in Blogging Makes Sense
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[Posted on: 10 October 2008]
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Travel writer David is working on creating his blog. He found Affordable Web Hosting from 1&1. Plans start at only $3.99 month. Free domains & more included. Click Here and Save! David clicked the link and is working on creating his blog. This is his choice. Travel writer David has a background in web design […]



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