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I’ve been around the world several times now, and I’m often tired of seeing the same cheap trinkets in every store and market. But here in Seoul, there is something very different. Nearly every street vendor and every store sells socks. I’m in South Korea this week with nine other travelers learning — first-hand from professional Writer and Editor Kyle Wagner — about how to sell your travel stories to fund fun adventures.  And our guide says socks sell really well here in Seoul because most tourists are other Koreans. This time of year, school is in session and each kid has to wear a uniform.  The only way to express their individuality is with their socks.  It’s the only thing they don’t have to match with the other kids. Here’s a picture of what I’m talking about… photo We’re having a lot of fun this week and making some great friends here. But, more importantly, the folks on this trip will go home armed with practical, simple tips and proven advice from an expert that can help them fund more trips. Here’s another tip I picked up from Kyle in the back of the room… Editors love lists. Almost every article that runs in a printed newspaper or magazine also goes online.  And online, lists are great for search engines and easy reading. Here are a few “list” examples from some publications I’m sure you know…

  • 52 Places to Go in 2014, in the New York Times Travel Section
  • 7 Things to Do in Vernazza (Besides Hiking), in Budget Travel
  • 9 Big Island Destinations Worth The Drive, in Afar

And here’s how to write an article with lists like these publications… There’s typically a lead paragraph that explains what the list is about and why the reader should read further.  And then you simply list your items and write a paragraph or two to describe each. Here’s how the writer of the Vernazza article in Budget Travel started her story… “Most of the people who have been flocking to the pretty town of Vernazza in the Cinque Terre for decades do so because of the famous hike that connects Vernazza with other towns along the coast. Hiking remains the top thing to do in the Cinque Terre, but it’s by no means the only thing to do. Here are 7 other things worth checking out.” After that she simply listed the seven things (The Beach, Doria Castle Tower, Boat Tours, Wine Tasting, Church of Santa Margherita d’Antiochia, Shopping, Voluntourism) and gave each a paragraph. While our trip in Seoul might be over, the journey for these attendees has just begun. We’ve laughed a lot and learned a lot. Everyone is leaving Seoul armed and ready to become successful travel writers. The most important thing is to take action, take the plunge into this exciting and rewarding lifestyle… Share on Facebook [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.  Sign up today here and we’ll send you a report, Get Paid to Travel as a Travel Writer, completely FREE.]

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