Author Profile: Trisha Miller

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Trisha Miller

Trisha Miller Editor-in-Chief, - Trisha joined the Travel Industry in 1996 with a background in telecommunications and helped to build (and later sell) one of the industry's top inbound call centers specializing in air travel.

Her career in Travel Writing began with creating destination-specific content for a corporate travel intranet, and continued as she contributed content to a large number of travel-related companies that were establishing an online presence throughout the late '90's and early '00's.

Currently she is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, and a former Board Member of the International Food, Wine, and Travel Writers Association (2009-2015).  Still a frequent world traveler, and occasional guest-blogger on a number of other Travel Blogs, Trisha writes about travel and technology, sometimes both at the same time.

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Articles By Trisha  »

Are You Branding Yourself?
Posted in Opportunities, Overcoming Obstacles on 30 April 2010
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It seems like you can’t go anywhere these days without hearing the latest buzz words, “Personal Branding” Seriously, I’d be surprised if it wasn’t mentioned in at least one – if not more – of the freelance writing newsletters you subscribe to. In my email this week I learned that MediaBistro has an online course […]

Writing Away: A Creative Guide to Awakening the Journal-Writing Traveler
Posted in Book Reviews, Writer's Education on 28 April 2010
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I chose this book for very personal reasons. I’ve been so busy in recent years that I’d pretty much given up my journaling. I haven’t written anything that I felt was meaningful in a long time. Oh sure, I keep trip notes, pickup brochures and literature, and take photos when I travel, but I’ve allowed […]

Are You Holding Yourself Back?
Posted in Getting Readers, Getting Started, Overcoming Obstacles on 23 April 2010
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It’s been a while since I’ve indulged myself with a good rant. But this one has been building steam. It seems like lately I’ve been seeing certain mistakes being made by travel writers and bloggers that are clearly negatively impacting them, but they don’t realize it. Some make me want to reach through my monitor […]

Travel Contest: The Blog Hop is On!
Posted in Contests on 19 April 2010
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  HERE YOU GO… YOUR BLOG HOP TRAVEL CONTEST PLAY CARDS! Click here to download the play card for this week, April 19th to 25th. Click here to get your play card for future weeks.   PLAYING THE BLOG HOP? You’ll find the answer to the question for my blog by clicking on the correct […]

Review: Understanding Google Analytics
Posted in Overcoming Obstacles, Reviews, Technology on 16 April 2010
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  A couple of months ago I was honored and privileged to be asked by Andy Hayes to review an advance copy of a new eBook from Travel Online Partners. Many of you already know Andy through social networks and his consumer travel website and travel blog, “Sharing Travel Experiences“, but you may not know […]

Travel Contest: Win Prizes Doing the Blog Hop
Posted in Contests, General News & Info on 13 April 2010
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  I’m a member of the Global Bloggers Network and next week we have an amazing travel contest that you’ll want to play. Win Great Prizes $2,000 cash prize thanks to Contiki $1,000 worth of camera equipment thanks to SA-Venues, South Africa Explored 3 hotel nights in a European city thanks to Splendia 3 hotel […]

Get Cozy With Your Local CVB
Posted in Opportunities, Writer's Resources on 12 April 2010
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Here’s a secret that most traditional travel writers know, but only a few travel bloggers seem to. Almost every city or town has a CVB (Convention and Visitor’s Bureau). A CVB’s mission is to promote their locale as a tourist destination, and they typically LOVE to work with travel writers and travel bloggers who have […]

If You’re Going Up The Creek, Take a Paddle
Posted in Interviews, Technology, Writer's Resources on 29 March 2010
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Imagine that you’re traveling in a foreign country. Like any smart traveler, you’ve stored your most important and valuable items, such as your passport, airline tickets, credit cards, and extra cash or travelers checks, in your hotel room safe. You arrive back at your room after a day of sight-seeing or lounging by the pool […]

Virtual Assistance – Everything But The Coffee
Posted in Interviews, Writer's Resources on 26 March 2010
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The world of publishing is changing day by day. In the old days, an author whose book was accepted for publication could count on a team of professionals, employed by the publisher, whose jobs were to polish a manuscript into a slick, shelf-ready product. These days, many of the powerhouse publishers have down-sized, and, as […]

Ace Camps: Change Your Writing, Change Your Life
Posted in Interviews, Writer's Education on 24 March 2010
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While researching travel writing workshops for my post last week, I came across ACE Camps. ACE Camps features a variety of educational workshops, a couple of which were specific to travel writing, so naturally I included them in my post. I was also very intrigued by their overall concept for workshops — life enrichment-style courses […]



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