Posts Tagged ‘Travel Blogging’

We’re Travel Writers, Not Critics. (And A Few Other Shocking Travel Writing Home Truths)
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Some travel writers seem to forget that we’re travel writers first and foremost, and not critics. Our job, as travel journalists, is to show and describe our destinations to our readers. We should be painting a picture of the places, showing our subscribers the people, the culture, the food, and all those other neat things [...]

Weird, Eerie, and Strange Places I’ve Visited on Travel Writing Assignments
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Travel writing can take us to some bizarre places. I’m always on the lookout for extraordinary places to visit and write about. Here are a few of the most unusual places I’ve covered, all in the name of travel writing. The Downright Weird Some of my most interesting and bizarre travel writing assignments covered weird [...]

Finding YOUR Voice
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[Posted on: 7 March 2017]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, First Person Experience, Getting Readers, Guest Blog Posts]
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When I started my travel blog some seven years ago, I’m quite sure I wrote as I thought a “travel blogger” should. Ironically, in the process of trying to be something I wasn’t, I was nullifying my own actual writing ability, which is what people ended up actually responding to. I was 19, and I [...]

5 Tech Tools for the Digital Nomad
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[Posted on: 21 December 2015]
[Posted in: Technology, Tips & Tricks]
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Digital nomadism, or the practice of using remote work as a means to support long-term travel, …is becoming increasingly more popular as more jobs are available to do over the internet. Whether your background is in journalism, art, software design, or a myriad other fields, there’s work out there available for you. But how do [...]

Writing Travel Articles with Authority
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Having been to Utrecht 19 times in 14 years and written about it in press, I feel that I can write about it with some authority. I know what I am writing about and I know how to make it useful to people who may seek to go there. But what about the travel writer [...]

How a Travel Bloggers Network Can Fuel Your Blog’s Success
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I typed in “Travel Blog Conference” into the Google search box and my life changed forever. I know this sounds a bit dramatic, and at the time I didn’t know that search was going to change my life, I was just trying to figure out how to take my little travel blog to the next [...]

Increase Review Opportunities and Blog Exposure While Traveling
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[Posted on: 25 December 2014]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Guest Blog Posts, Opportunities, Reviews]
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Travel writing can be one of the most exciting and creative themes for a blog. Travel bloggers are free and energetic with plenty of experiences to write about. However, people who embark on their first travel blog don’t realize how much work it really is, especially when they are on the move. One of the [...]

How to Be a Better Writer
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[Posted on: 6 October 2014]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Guest Blog Posts]
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Editors Note: This article is a re-print, used with the gracious permission of it’s author, Lisa Gerber of BigLeap Creative. It appeared first on her website on September 26, 2014. The advice is brilliant and applies to any genre of writing, but is particularly important in travel writing. Thanks Lisa! When a catastrophe takes the [...]

The Psychology of Successful Blog Posts
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[Posted on: 1 September 2014]
[Posted in: First Person Experience, Getting Readers, Guest Blog Posts]
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This post is mostly aimed towards those who are relatively new to the blogosphere…. …However, I believe that the key points of this post can be beneficial to bloggers of all statuses. My goal is to breakdown the psychology of my most successful post to date in order to help you in your future posts. [...]

7 Warning Signs You’re Sabotaging Your Travel Writing
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[Posted on: 16 June 2014]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Guest Blog Posts, Overcoming Obstacles]
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Thanks to the internet, your travel writing is available for everyone to read. And for new writers, this can be scary. After all, these days everyone’s a critic, and you may not want to be judged. Who does? Whether you’re a newbie or an experienced travel writer, you may allow fear and doubt to crush [...]



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