Archive for November, 2008

Travel Writers Use these 5 Tips When Seeking Travel Writing Jobs
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[Posted on: 28 November 2008]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Opportunities, Tips & Tricks]
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A couple of travel writers discovered a plethora of travel writing jobs. They were smart enough not to listen to the economic doom and gloom speak of family, friends, and the media. They started their search a few weeks ago, and boom; they found many different types of travel writing jobs. These travel writers found […]

Travel Writer Scores BIG DEALS with Non-Profit and Corporate Sponsorships
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[Posted on: 26 November 2008]
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A travel writer scored big with non-profit and corporate sponsorships. She was thrilled beyond belief. The deals are worth thousands of dollars! Not too shabby for a travel writer; we all know what most of them make. The travel writer listened to a tele-seminar on “how to get non-profit and corporate sponsorships.” She took the […]

Travel…Write…Repeat
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[Posted on: 25 November 2008]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Guest Blog Posts]
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Travel writers need to travel to far away places in order to write travel articles, right? Not so, my aspiring writer friends. Isn’t everyone’s home town a destination for someone else? It sure is. And who better to write about your own home town than YOU? You live there and probably pass by interesting sites […]

For Immediate Release — Travel Writer Optimizes Her Blog with Press Release
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[Posted on: 24 November 2008]
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A travel writer’s travel writing blog reached ONE MILLION visitors! This was a monumental feat for the travel writer. Her investors were very happy with this news, which was too good to be kept “under wraps.” It was decided the travel writer would write a press release. The travel writer scoured the internet for tips […]

Jump Over Obstacles and Live the Freelance Travel Writer Lifestyle
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[Posted on: 21 November 2008]
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Travel writing attracts many people because of the “perks” from the lifestyle. A few perks of travel writing are working from home and taking vacation when you feel like it. There’s no need to ask the boss for time off because you are the boss! However, as a freelance travel writer you could take your […]

Freelance Travel Writer’s Website Celebrates One Million Visitors
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[Posted on: 19 November 2008]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Getting Readers]
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It’s time to pop the vintage bottle of champagne and celebrate. A travel writer’s website attracts visitors like bees to a hive! Her travel writing is witty, yet informative. Readers are transported to destinations that they did not know existed. The best part is that readers do not have to leave home. Talk about a […]

To Travel Writer: Hunt for Freelance Employment on the Internet
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[Posted on: 17 November 2008]
[Posted in: Opportunities, Writer's Resources]
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Dear Travel Writer, Are you still searching for employment? Do you look to the heavens each day and pray for freelance employment opportunities? Did you look on the internet? You must have some form of daily employment to sustain your life. In addition to your full-time or part-time job, you can begin your travel writing […]

Travel Writer Won Publishing Contest with “Travels to Africa” eBook
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[Posted on: 14 November 2008]
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A travel writer who wrote an eBook titled “Travels to Africa” won a publishing contest. This travel writer knew that traveling is a hot topic. With a fiery eBook about Africa, she was sure to take first place in a publishing contest and that’s exactly what happened. The travel writer now has a book deal […]

Travel Writer Took the Hassle Out of Landing Clients and Publishers
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[Posted on: 12 November 2008]
[Posted in: Opportunities, Overcoming Obstacles]
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A travel writer signed up for the AWAI’s newsletter and received many tips and tricks with regards to writing. After all, writing is writing; it makes no difference if it’s travel writing or writing copy for the web. Your writing must be engaging and hold a reader’s attention! What’s in your travel writing? Anyway, this […]

3 Ways Travel Writer Mom Makes and Saves Cash from Travel Writing
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[Posted on: 10 November 2008]
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A working mom who wanted to save money on daycare, food, and gas, decided to transition into travel writing. She was a staff writer for a local newspaper with some editing responsibilities. Her resume was jammed packed with experience. But, she wanted a change in her career which included working from home. She read an […]



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