Author Profile: Trisha Miller

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Trisha Miller

Trisha Miller Editor-in-Chief, TravelWritersExchange.com - 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.

You can follow Trisha on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/TravelWriting


Articles By Trisha  »

Interview: Susan Farewell, Travel Writer and Author
Posted in Interviews on 11 January 2010
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We have a real treat for you today, dear readers! Yes, I snagged an interview with Susan Farewell (woot!) For those of you newbie travel writers who may not be familiar with Susan, she’s an accomplished and oft-published travel writer and author, a former travel editor and staff writer at The Condé Nast Publications in […]

Suzy: Week 20 Goals-Affiliate Advertising Reports
Posted in Case Studies, Getting Readers, Getting Started on 8 January 2010
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If you’re wondering what this Case Study is all about, please read the introductory post from Week One. You can browse through all the older installments here. Last week we talked about how Suzy is tracking what people search for once they get to her travel blog (see “Suzy: Week 19 Goals-Tracking Your Site Searches“), […]

Suzy: Week 19 Goals-Tracking Your Site Searches
Posted in Case Studies, Getting Readers, Getting Started on 1 January 2010
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If you’re wondering what this Case Study is all about, please read the introductory post from Week One. You can browse through all the older installments here. Last week we talked about how Suzy is tracking her site visitors behavior, and learning how to understand what the data means and how to use it. This […]

Every Meal is a Story, Waiting to be Written
Posted in Opportunities, Overcoming Obstacles on 30 December 2009
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I always find it a bit odd to see American fast food chain restaurants when I travel to other countries. But I find it even more odd when I see them packed with Americans. I totally get that they remind traveling Americans of home, and offer familiar food to those who don’t like gastronomic adventures. […]

Our Holiday Wishes for You
Posted in General News & Info on 25 December 2009
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Today I am doing something I haven’t done in a long, long time. I’m taking a day off. So instead of posting my usual weekly Case Study installment, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish all of you a very joyous, peaceful, healthy, and happy holiday season, whatever holiday it is that you celebrate. […]

Do You Really Need That Model Release?
Posted in Overcoming Obstacles, Tips & Tricks on 22 December 2009
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Editor’s Note: Readers please be SURE to read the comment below from Dan Heller, the photographer whose articles I cited, for some important input that clarifies my point – in retrospect, I should have asked Dan to write this article – live and learn, yes? Recently I was chatting via email with Stephany Wiestling, founder […]

Suzy: Week 18 Goals – Visitor Tracking
Posted in Case Studies, Getting Readers, Getting Started on 18 December 2009
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If you’re wondering what this Case Study is all about, please read the introductory post from Week One. You can browse through all the older installments here. Last week we talked about how Suzy is considering writing an eBook or two as another source of revenue from her travel blog. This week we’ve reached the […]

FTC Blogger Disclosure Guidelines, Part Deux
Posted in General News & Info, Interviews, Podcasts on 16 December 2009
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If you’re in the Portland Oregon area and listen to KPAM Radio on the weekends, then you may have heard a short interview I did with Pat Boyle. Pat is one of KPAM’s weekday morning anchors who also hosts The Azumano Travel Show, which airs on Saturday mornings with an encore on Sunday mornings. If […]

Suzy: Week 17 Goals – Writing eBooks
Posted in Case Studies, Getting Readers, Getting Started on 11 December 2009
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If you’re wondering what this Case Study is all about, please read the introductory post from Week One. You can browse through all the older installments here. Last week we talked about how Suzy is starting to create her own Direct Advertising Agreements. This week we’re discussing how she can write an eBook (or even […]

eBook Review: Just What Works: Write Right Online
Posted in Enhance Your Writing, Reviews, Writer's Resources on 9 December 2009
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Many of the travel writers I communicate with are long-time, traditional freelance travel writers who are very accustomed to producing content structured in accordance with the editorial guidelines of whatever publication they are writing for. They can produce the exact number of words, use the desired point of view, and can “style” their writing to […]



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