Attendees at our live event in Chicago learned everything from how to craft stories that sell… to how to land free vacations and discounts at hotels, restaurants and resorts around the world.
They heard from seven different editors what it takes to break into their glossy pages and a half-dozen travel writers on how to follow in their footsteps.
Throughout the program, I asked attendees to come to me when they had an “ah-ha” moment and do a short video interview to describe their experience. And on the last day, I gave a prize to the person I felt had the best story.
You can watch some of their videos, here:
And now you can benefit from the same presentations and materials they received, but for about a 10th of the price they paid with our Ultimate Travel Writer’s Workshop-At-Home Package.
In it, you’ll hear from:
**Jen Stevens, the architect of our travel-writer’s program (and the current Executive Editor at International Living Magazine). She’s a true expert in this industry and will tell you exactly how you can break in fast and multiply your success.
**Freelance travel writer, Steenie Harvey. Her downright hilarious presentations on getting your foot in the door and working with editors will land you in the good graces of the very people who hold the keys to free trips, meals, concert tickets, and more.
**Denver Post Travel Editor, and former food critic, Kyle Wagner. She shares her insider tips on how to write for newspapers, what editors are looking for in an article, current trends to stay on top of, and how to integrate food into your travel articles, instantly making them more saleable.
**Freelance photographer, Efrain Padro. He’ll talk about how to take the kinds of photos editors like to buy… and show you easy techniques for improving your photos fast so you can add photos to your articles, doubling your profit.
And you’ll also hear from a handful of guest speakers, including multiple travel editors who’ll tell you what it takes to get published in their glossy pages… a travel writer who’ll tell you how to integrate humor into your writing, and more.
The information you’ll gain from these presenters and their years of experience in the industry is invaluable. If you are serious about getting started with travel writing, signing up for our Ultimate Travel Writer’s Workshop-At-Home package is no doubt the best –and most affordable — way to do it.
[Editor’s Note: Learn more about opportunities to profit from your travels (and even from your own home) in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel.]