Reader Dawn-Marie Hanrahan landed a three-day weekend press trip… and so can you! Read on for her story and more details…
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If it’s your money you’re spending, take a minute to read our interview with workshop attendee turned full-time travel writer, Roy Stevenson. Roy Stevenson attended our Ultimate Travel Writer’s Workshop in Portland, Oregon back in 2007. He earned back his conference fee in his first 90 days. And today, he’s paid to write about cruises, wine-tastings, luxury resorts, and one-of-a-kind tours.
Discover Efrain Padro’s quick tips on taking photos at a 45 degree angle. The angle adds interest and can increase saleability.
Allyson Gierke, tells us how she recently got her first article and photo published in a local magazine near her home in Billings, Montana.
AWAI: 2009 Year in Review. Read on to get inspired by our own readers’ success stories…
Reader Success: Read on to find out how you can follow in the footsteps of a fellow reader and use experience from your day job to pitch and sell an article to a trade publication.
Reader Success: Read on to find out how reader Linda Steinmuller began her writing career after coming to the Ultimate Travel Writer’s Workshop a few years back… and, soon after, managed to sell a series of travel articles to a non-travel publication.
Examiner.com is looking for writers and setting up new websites in major metropolitan areas across the country. Check out some tips and resources
If you’ve had success getting paid to travel, you could make up to $200 telling our readers how you did it in our weekly e-letter, The Right Way to Travel.