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Travel Writers Create an eBook from Your Articles
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[Posted on: 30 January 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Readers, Opportunities, Tips & Tricks, Writer's Education]
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Travel writers who have written articles based on their “niche” market can turn them into eBooks. Don’t think it can be done? Well, you better think twice! Writing can be the hardest part, but if you have a lot of travel articles, you’re half-way there. Don’t give up now! If you have a blog or [...]

Do’s, Don’ts, and Editors – Part 2
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[Posted on: 28 January 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Guest Blog Posts, Tips & Tricks]
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As promised, here is the second part of my series of “Do’s” and “Don’ts” for working with Editors.  Enjoy! Wouldn’t it be great if you had a list of editors who accept your articles for every one of their issues? Realistically, though, freelance writing isn’t always that stable. However, you can settle for second best…getting [...]

Do’s, Don’ts, and Editors
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[Posted on: 26 January 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Guest Blog Posts, Tips & Tricks]
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Working with editors is easy, right? After all, don’t you just submit something to them and they print it? With that thought in mind, you will probably never see your name in print. Working with editors can be easy. Remember…they have a job to do and so do you. If you do your job well, [...]

Travel Writers Use Their Blog to Find Freelance Writing Jobs
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[Posted on: 21 January 2009]
[Posted in: Opportunities, Tips & Tricks]
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By now you know that a blog is a great way for a travel writer to break into travel writing. Travel writers all over the world blog on a daily basis about travel. Did you know that you could use your blog to find freelance writing jobs? According to Hewlett Packard, it’s estimated that 15% [...]

Discover the Secret to Reaching Travel Writing Success
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[Posted on: 19 January 2009]
[Posted in: Overcoming Obstacles, Tips & Tricks]
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Many people apply for freelance writing jobs such as travel writing. It is a popular niche market! So, whether or not you’re an aspiring or experienced travel writer, how you position yourself is key. Do you know how to “position” yourself to receive travel writing jobs? Knowing how to position yourself will determine whether or [...]

Blogging Tips for Travel Writers
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[Posted on: 14 January 2009]
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This will be a fun blog about blogging! Have you ever wondered what you could do to improve your travel writing blog? Look no further because these “blog tips and tricks” will help you with blogging. If you’re a newbie travel writer, you’ll want to pay attention to this post. If you do not already [...]

Leave the Writing to Someone Else — Record Your Travel Articles
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[Posted on: 7 January 2009]
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Travel writing can take up a lot of time. After all, there’s the traveling portion of it followed by the writing. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could find someone else to write your travel articles? Ok, you probably do not want to do this all of the time, but it could give you a [...]

Grow Your Travel Writing Career with These Tips
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[Posted on: 2 January 2009]
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Are you a “newbie” travel writer? Maybe you’ve been writing for quite some time and have some success but nothing spectacular. The key to growing your travel writing is to write what you know. Are you passionate about environment and conservation? You could start writing about eco-tourism. In fact, take an “eco-vacation” and write about [...]

Is Talent the Key to Successful Travel Writing?
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[Posted on: 29 December 2008]
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If you’re a travel writer, you’re probably talented, right? If you’re a successful travel writer, do you have talent or did you practice honing your writing skills? This is a topic for debate. Some people believe you must have some writing talent to be a successful writer. Others believe that it takes practice. Let’s discuss [...]

Travel Writers Develop Important Writing Habits
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[Posted on: 24 December 2008]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Overcoming Obstacles, Tips & Tricks]
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Travel writers, do you have a daily writing routine? Even if you work a full-time or part-time job in addition to writing travel, you could use a routine. If you’re a full-time travel writer, a routine can help you to stay on your travel writing path. Yes, being a travel writer can be different from [...]



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