Posts Tagged ‘Networking’

Interview: Lisa Lambden – Travel Channel Academy
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[Posted on: 15 January 2009]
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We’ve had a LOT of inquiries from our travel writers about the Travel Channel Academy (the travel-focused digital film school designed to turn you into a Travel Journalist in 4 days)…. so here it is, as promised, our recorded interview with Lisa Lambden, founder and driving force behind the the Travel Channel Academy (read her […]

Market Your Travel Writing with Blogs, Podcasts, and Social Sites
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[Posted on: 15 December 2008]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Opportunities]
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Travel writing is a fun “niche” writing market. Of course, within travel writing there are many “niche travel markets.” Are you doing all that you can to market your travel writing? If you’re not, then find out how you can better position yourself and your travel writing. There are three main “niche” markets for you […]

Travel Writers Hustle For Freelance Travel Writing Jobs
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[Posted on: 5 December 2008]
[Posted in: Overcoming Obstacles, Tips & Tricks]
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Travel writing is definitely not for the thin-skinned, faint-of-heart, or slackers. To make it as a freelance travel writer, you must hustle for work and convince others that you’re the right person for the job. After you receive a plethora of opportunities, you now have the task of balancing each client. Deadlines will differ and […]

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 […]

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 […]

7 Steps to Follow Before Applying for Freelance Travel Writer Jobs
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[Posted on: 22 October 2008]
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Many travel writer jobs are sought after by travel writers all over the world. Their stories are the same. They are looking for travel writing jobs not only to pay the bills but that will “jump start” their career. With so much competition, what’s a travel writer to do? The first thing to do is […]

Travel Writer Travels Everywhere to Find the Right Companion
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[Posted on: 1 September 2008]
[Posted in: Travel Writing Books, Writer's Resources]
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He traveled day and night looking for that special travel companion for his next adventure. His travels take him all over the internet and throughout the city. He points and clicks to the travel section on Amazon.com which is jammed packed with books. He walks to the local bookstore and finds a travel section overrun […]

Unchain Yourself from the 9 to 5 Job – Become a Travel Writer
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[Posted on: 25 August 2008]
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As she sits at her desk, she watches the clock. The hands of time slowly move. Boredom overcomes her and she becomes restless. Her mind drifts back to the UK. The excitement of London, the people, the fantastic public transportation, and the pubs! She smiles to herself and begins to write down words and phrase […]

7 Mind Blowing Resources for Travel Writers
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[Posted on: 15 August 2008]
[Posted in: Opportunities, Writer's Resources]
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Resources come in all shapes, sizes, and categories! Travel writers can use all of the resources they can get. These include job opportunities, travel writing books, publishers, magazines, newspapers, and TV; just to name a few. The one place travel writers can find resources is in on the internet. Signing up for a travel writing […]

5 Secrets to Being a Travel Writer Like Steenie Harvey
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[Posted on: 6 August 2008]
[Posted in: Getting Readers, Getting Started, Writer's Resources]
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Steenie Harvey is a well known travel writer. For the past 14 years, she has been writing for International Living. Steenie is the expert “Euro editor” for the magazine and travels every month. Steenie’s travels outside of Europe as well. For example, she wrote about real estate in Thailand, Austria, and Spain; just to name […]



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