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Let The Writer’s Software be Your Writing Companion
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[Posted on: 1 July 2009]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Reviews, Writer's Resources]
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The Writer’s Software Companion is great for travel writers that would like to try their hand at fiction writing, and many do just that, either by taking their travel writing articles and turning them into a novel, or by using travel writing to “pay the bills” while they are writing their novel in their spare […]

Travel Grants Can Be the Secret to Free Travel
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[Posted on: 6 May 2009]
[Posted in: Opportunities, Writer's Resources]
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Are you a new travel writer looking for travel writing jobs? Would you like free travel? There is a way that few writers know about to help them get the funds they need – funds that could take you to a destination that you’ve always wanted to write about. The same way that many high-school […]

Connect with others in a travel writing forum
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A travel writing forum is a great way to connect with travel writers all over the world. You can make international connections within seconds. Plus, you never know what you’ll find within the pages of a travel writing forum. If you have a question, put it on a forum. Forget about searching the internet for […]

Online job sites like ScriptLance are great for diversified travel writers
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[Posted on: 16 March 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Opportunities, Reviews, Writer's Resources]
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There’s a new online job site called ScriptLance.com. Maybe you’ve heard of them, maybe not. ScriptLance is like other online job sites. You find a project, bid on it, receive the job and you get paid. It’s that simple. This is just another opportunity for travel writers to find travel writing projects. To get started […]

Review of WhiteSmoke writing tools software – Part II
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[Posted on: 13 March 2009]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Reviews, Writer's Resources]
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If you recall from part one of our WhiteSmoke review, we focused on the good and surprises of WhiteSmoke’s software. In part two of this review, we’ll look at the bad and silver lining of WhiteSmoke’s software. Yes, there’s a bad side and a silver lining. It sounds contradictory, but it’s true. Remember that writing […]

Review of WhiteSmoke writing tools software – Part I
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[Posted on: 11 March 2009]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Reviews, Writer's Resources]
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Stop struggling with your travel writing! Writing tools such as WhiteSmoke writing software can enhance and improve your writing. If you’re not a strong writer, consider purchasing WhiteSmoke’s writing and grammar software. After all, they claim you can “write better, right now.” In part one of this review, we’ll look at the good and surprises […]

The Truth about Online Job Sites like Guru.com – Part II
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[Posted on: 4 March 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Opportunities, Reviews, Writer's Resources]
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Here’s part two of my review of Guru.com. Be prepared to pay many fees for a project. You are subjected to many fees. You can avoid some of these fees, but if an employer may choose to ignore your request to be paid by check or e-check. Let’s take a further look at Guru.com. Fees […]

The Truth about Online Job Sites like Guru.com – Part I
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[Posted on: 2 March 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Opportunities, Reviews, Writer's Resources]
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Editor’s Note: This review of Guru.com is over three years old, and we’ve received a lot of negative feedback about Guru.com in the years since then…our present stance is ‘caveat emptor’…..we would advise caution to anyone considering using Guru.com at the present time. Many freelance writers flock to online job sites to find and apply […]

27 Secrets to Creating Travel Writing Articles Like a Pro
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Travel writing articles can add to your cash flow. You may not become Steenie Harvey overnight, but you’ll do all right. You may not receive free meals or travel, but you could. If you’re willing to do the work, you’ll persevere in the world of travel writing. Your fate lies in your hands — no […]

Establish an Authentic Travel Writing Blog
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Many people claim to be travel writers, but when put to the test they are “exposed” as “wannabes.” It’s easy to lift information off of other websites, which is fine if you’re citing and giving credit to the author (give a linkback as well). However, if you use the information in your own blog without […]



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