After a day-long trek up a rainy mountain, freelance travel writer Steenie Harvey was determined to get paid more than once for her suffering. She shares her advice on how to resell your travel articles so you can get paid more than once for the same adventure.
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To publish or not to publish? That is the question when it comes to unsubstantiated statements and gossip. But when the information is already publically circulating, the debate becomes whether the rest of the public has a right to know. Rumors can present big problems to travel writers… here are few tips to help you make the best decisions for your article.
As an official “Workshop Spy,” I stole a little audio clip from Jennifer’s presentation and I’m “leaking” it out to you, so you can hear what she said about how much you can expect to make as a travel writer.
Scott Brills drove from Detroit to Mongolia. Read here to find out how you can do the same, and get paid at the same time…
AWAI Member Ginny Ripley always keeps a detailed travel journal — and it’s a good thing, because her first published article was about a trip she took months before she wrote it. Here’s her story with details on how she regularly enjoys discounts, perks, and upgrades that afford her more luxurious, exotic trips as a travel writer.
Writing less can actually make you more money. Find out how to make the most out of all of your travel articles.
Accepting Freebies: Will you accept this free meal? Travel writer Steenie Harvey explains the ins and outs of accepting free meals, hotel accommodations, and flights as a travel writer. Read more here…
“Ready for some good news?” asks a friendly voice streaming from the American Profile website, where “kindness always makes headlines, and tales of sacrifice prove that what we do best defines who we are.” This four-color magazine is distributed weekly through newspapers, highlighting small-town stories with a positive, patriotic slant. Here are a few recent […]
Jen Stevens explains how to build a travel story from a single photograph
Travel writer Kyle Wagner shares how she planned a trip, wrote a travel article and learned a life lesson