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Best travel freelance writing sites?

I'm an American currently living in Japan temporarily, and do some travel writing about my journeys through Asia. I work on a couple of websites, but was wondering if anyone knows of any good sites (or even offline publications) that accept work from travel writers. I'm ideally trying to increase my workload to something resembling a full time income.

I know these days this is a hotly contested field, so it can be hard to find good leads - so if anyone has any that they are willing to share, I'd love to hear of them!

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vinaya

The best platform for your articles is your own blog.Youcan create a travel website and publish your travel blogs. If you do not want to take pains of managing your website, you can try writing on niche content sites. I can really vouch for hubpages. You can create free account, publish your articles, add adsense code (or apply to adsense) and start earning money. Hubpages is the most trust worthy site for making money by publishing articles. You can also search for travel magazines and send your pitch to the editor.




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DenisP

It's a long-term investment, but I would definitely have to agree that starting your own blog is the best way to go. Sure it takes more time and effort than simply writing for a service, but it pays to put the effort in. As a regular writer, unless you get a salary you're probably only going to make money for every article you write. But with a blog, once you've assembled a large archive of content and monetized it, you've essentially got yourself some passive income.




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vinaya

I have a two years old travel blog. I have monetized the blog with adsense ads and affiliate ads. In the last two years, I have not even earned $100 from my blog. If you have your own blog, you have a chance of making a regular residual income, however, this is not easy as it sounds. You need high traffic to earn high revenue. Generating traffic is very difficult.
Therefore, I believe writing on a trustworthy site, can be a better option because you do not have to bother about managing the site.




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TheInsaneSakif

That's one of the major drawbacks in having your own blog. It takes time to generate traffic which means you will not be able to make a decent income unless you gather a good enough audience who will read your content. Moreover, there are tons of other blogs out there, and so it may take some time and effort to actually stand out. That's why I also think it's better to post on other lucrative websites and earn money from there.




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vinaya

A lot of people are very eager to start a blog, however, most of them give up blogging in less than a year. The two major reasons are not having enough traffic and not generating revenue. A lot of people start blogging because they believe blogging will make them money, however, they realize this just in few months. If you cannot dedicate yourself to blogging, you should publish on other revenue sharing websites.




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overcast

I think people need to setup the goal for the blog. Because lack of the goal is the reason why many blogs don't make it. And people give up on the blogging. So we have to understand that freelancers often have that limitations with time so they give up easily.




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vinaya

Yes you should have a blogging goal and your goal must be realistic. YOu should be really active in posting new contents, optimizing for search engines and promoting on social media sites. I have a handful of blogs and websites (one of the is travel related), however, none are doing good. Perhaps I did not have a clear goals fo these blogs and websites. recently, I launched a new website will a clear goal. It is a user generated content site and my goal is to have freelance writers writing on the website and generating revenue for themselves and me.
You can check this out rationalmind.club




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overcast

I agree on realistic goal. I have one experimental niche. And I am working harder on other site. And ended up ignoring that blog. And so this has reduced the income earned. I am wondering what I can do from here onwards to get things back on track. I hopefully get time for blogging and build from there onwards. I'll also check out the website you mentioned and see if I can contribute in my free time.




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overcast

I was not aware of the travel based blogs doing better. But most of the time I have noticed that travel based blogs that shows you what to avoid and what to go for are better in that case. I am not sure though we have to see what may work out in that case. You have to understand that it may not be easier otherwise in that case.




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kgord

You see that alot where people just post articles on their blog that are travel related and are able to obtain a following that way. I think it is a great way to get your articles and observations out there.




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overcast

I think there is one more benefit which is backlinks. Having backlinks to the content is a good idea. So writing on other platforms definitely helps out in many ways. I'd say for some people it's not that easy though. They learn from experience of writing and building portfolio.




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TheArticulate

Can you tell me a little bit about your experience with Hubpages? How many articles do you have, and do you earn a significant amount from them? I've looked at Hubpages several times in the past couple years, but have never really spent the time to put out any articles through them. I'm thinking about trying anyway just to practice my writing, but it wouldn't hurt to have a little income coming in from them as well.




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overcast

There is one travel blog site that I know. But it works exclusive to my country. And so it offers the features only specific to that country members. I have written few articles. And the pay was not good. So I decided not to write much for that site anymore. It can be hectic spending time on such type of the networks.




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vinaya

We also have some travel magazines here. I tried to pitch my article, however, I never heard from them. I have also pitched my article on various online travel magazines but until now I have not been accepted. I have also submitted my articles to the magazines that accept unsolicited articles but in vain. Since I had many rejections, I have now stopped submitting and pitching articles. These days, I am writing on my own blogs. I am not earning money, however, at least I don't get rejected.




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overcast

Yes apart from adsense I don't think a lot of them make good money out of it. So it becomes harder to make use of it and then try to put some money in it. I have learned that some people do make use of the freelance writing sites but nothing is fixed in terms of revenue. So finding such sites is easier getting paid is a bit harder.




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vinaya

I have subscribed to a couple of freelance writing newsletters. Recently, I read an article on a newsletter where the writer claimed that she was able to get a goodwriting contract with her first pitch. We may not be as lucky as her, however, I am sure we can get accepted if we continue to pitch and submit our articles.
Having a blog might be a good idea, however, it might be a financial burden because it is difficult to earn. Article submission sites are also good platforms even though you might not earn much. However, you at least do not have to spend money to manage the website.




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overcast

That looks like a good idea. I have noticed that some of the time getting the guest post is not that hard. But it may take some time though. It's not like we can do it instantly. Depending on site niche and the amount of traffic, things may be a little different.




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vinaya

Travel is a lucrative niche. It is also one of the niches that have high click-through rate in Google Adsense. Sice advertiser put more money in travel-related ads, you will earn more from ad clicks than from the ads on other niches. The key to making money is create content with focus keywords and try to have related ads on your page. If the ads are related to the content, chances of ad clicks become high.




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I see. So it seems like the travel niche has much better conversion than I thought. It seems like lot of people are choosing the travel niche for small review sites. I am assuming that it also brings affiliate clicks. And that seems like lot better option too.




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vinaya

Travel niche not only has high click through rate in Google Adsense, but also has a high conversion for affiliate ads. BY having a travel niche blog, you can have ads for hotels, holiday packages, flight tickets etc. By referring people to your affiliate networks you can earn up to 20 percent of the sales. On your travel niche blog, you can also have ads related to travel gear and outfits.
The point is to build SEO contents, promote on social media and search engines and reap the benefits of your labor.




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overcast

I guess in that case I have to try out the travel niche specific affiliate sites. I have mostly done the writing in tech niche. Which has low CPM and the low affiliate offers. So I may have to try out the niche and see if that can convert for me.




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vinaya

I have not tried writing on tech, however, I have travel niche blog. I have monetized my blog with adsense and travel niche affiliates available through linkshare and commission junction. The affiliate products that I promote on my blog are mainly related to vacation packages, flight tickets, hotels etc. I have earned up to $10 from a single sale.




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overcast

I see. That 10$ is a good rate compared to Amazon. Because amazon commissions are usually in few cents. So the travel niche seems like a good alternative. And it can have potential to earn higher too.




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vinaya

Travel is a lucrative niche. You can do a keyword research and find out how much travel-related keywords get hits. Traveling is one of the best niche to make money from affiliate marketing and advertising. These days instead of generic travel-related keywords, long tail search term is in a great demand.
Apart from a higher commission from affiliate sales, click through rates on travel-related network ads are also high.




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overcast

Yes I have a plan on making travel niche specific site. And hope to get some traffic on the website. And hopefully I can get some proper conversion as well. As of now there does not seem to be website for me where I can experiment.




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kgord

It's hard to get picked up by magazines especially those offline. It can really be time consuming. I think it is just one of the ways that you can waste a lot of time with few if any results. I think marketing your stuff from your blog or website is the way to go.




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I think often the networking part helps out too. Like you know few magazine editors. And those curators are going to love the way things work for the travel and freelancing. So they choose the connections for their use. But I agree time wasting element is more over there.




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aeon

I think much better to make your own website, and post all your blogs about your travel in your own website. Honestly, I don't know any sites to recommend, but if you are travel blogger, making your own site is the best suggestion. I'm sure a lot of travelers will interested to your blogs specially the intermarry and the best place to visit in certain country.




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amelia88

That's a good tip. I've actually been wondering if I should just start my own website and try and get work that way. It might take longer to get jobs, but I think in the long run it might be the more beneficial option.




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aeon

I think you should try even in a simple Facebook page. I know a lot of your friends will read it and get some ideas about your travel. A lot of people right now interested in DIY travel and looking for some information online.




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kgord

I just think it is pretty hard to get published period, at least in a real magazine. This is why I think putting your writings on your own website would be good, or possibly publishing your writings into a kindle book where you have a ready made audience would aslo be a great idea.




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I think it's always better to make your own website. And that way you can learn about how things go in that case. Like you can see that travel bloggers some of the time need the proper handling of the content. And if you can get such content and links to your articles. I guess you can pretty much do things properly.




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aeon

Yeah, you're right, having your own website is a lot better, specially if you subscribe in some online ticketing business. In our country, some legit ticketing office needs someone to work with them by assisting the passenger to book online, a lot of travel agency doing that, and if you have knowledge in travel blogging that's gonna be a big advantages to your online business.




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vinaya

It is true that earning possibilities from your own website are higher than writing for publication or selling to a client. However, not everyone can make money from their websites and blogs. I have earned more from hubpages ( article publishing website) than from my own blogs. I have earned more from writing for publications than from my own websites.




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Kakashi2020

Send your pitches to airline companies magazines that has frequent flights to Japan, they should be interested in content written by an American living in Japan. I think the going on rate is quite good between $100-$500 per article.




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jaybee19

Wow! That's such a big amount though, at least for a Filipino like me who earn a lot by converting US dollars in to pesos. However, do Airline magazines really hire unknown writers? I've actually experienced reading an Airline magazine and most of the articles published there are from bloggers which is why I didn't think about this idea.




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Kakashi2020

Specialized Magazine's like airline magazines and others which releases issues on a monthly, quarterly, semiannual or yearly basis that are not sold but given free or complimentary ones are always on the he lookout for good content, send your pitches to its editor or you might want to research the magazine for more information. I'm also a Filipino living in the Philippines.




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Hi Kapwa Filipino hehe. Glad to know that I'm not the only Filipino in this Forum. By the way, going back to the topic. Really? I didn't know that they also hire unknown writers. Maybe the issue I've read is a special edition where the writers were all famous bloggers.




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That seems like a lot of value. I am not sure how the rate is going to be justifying in that case. But it seems like there is a need for the English writer in most of the Japanese companies. It seems content writers get paid more there.




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jaybee19

@overcast Really? I thought Japan doesn't care about English at all especially that most if not all, according from what I've heard, Japanese people does not like foreigners and English language.




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amelia88

I’ve been very much welcomed by Japanese people living here, but it is hard to find jobs that utilize English. A lot of companies are still very Japanese oriented rather than global, but I guess that’s not all that unusual. After all, companies back in the States don’t all have Japanese speaking staff!




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TheArticulate

I visit Japan on a regular basis, because my mom's side of the family is Japanese. I've always felt welcomed wherever I go in the country. A lot of people (even strangers or people I've just met) are sometimes eager to try their English by talking to me. Even when I've traveling Tokyo, where tourism is popping, I've never been treated poorly by the Japanese.

Perhaps in smaller or less populated locations that's true? Or the Japanese are really good hiding their dislike for foreigners. Either way, I've had no complaints with the way they've treated me.




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jaybee19

It's good to hear that what I've heard is not true basing from your experiences @amelia88 and @TheArticulate. I'm actually a little bit hesitant to go to Japan but because of your testimonies I might consider going there. Maybe not for work but just for fun and leisure. Thank you so much for enlightening me about Japan and the Japanese people.




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jennyfermanuel

Now this one's great here. I never heard anything about this before. I am just curious, are they interested only in a content made by an American living in Japan, or they are also giving chances to other foreigners living in their country?




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Well, you could always write reviews on Trip Advisor, beyond that, I am not really sure what to tell you. I kind of agree with Vinyaya about using your own blog for a forum and resource. this may be the best thing to do overall.




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vinaya

Building great contents on your travel website with focus keywords and log tail search terms and then joining the sites like quora, trip advisor to answer/review and then linking back to your own website is a great way to attract traffic. If you have traffic, your earning potentials will increase. having high traffic also increases your chance of having high paying advertisers on your site.




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EfficientNinja

You could try ContentGather. Although they pay lower than average freelance writer's rate. I haven't tried them myself because I am not yet comfortable in my writing skills and I usually suffer from writer's block. As for the best option, you should really start a website and write articles for yourself like other replies above already said.




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vinaya

You can submit your article to ContentGather, upon approval, your article will be listed for sale on the site. You never know when your article will be sold, it can be sold the next day or never. You can set up your own price, however, if you set a higher price, your article will never find a buyer. Most of the buyers on ContentGather are looking for high quality articles on a cheap price.




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DenisP

I've been looking up a lot of information about ContentGather lately, and have been considering signing up there myself. I don't expect to make a liveable income from it, but I figure it might be decent for a little bit of spending money.

What I like about it is that it seems you get a portion of your articles market value in advance, so even if it doesn't sell, you still get a little bit of money. I think the amount your receive in advance is based on your ranking, starting at something like 5% of the market price.

Do you have any experience with ContentGather? Would you recommend it? I heard that if you can claim direct orders as opposed to just selling articles, it can actually be fairly lucrative.




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Kakashi2020

Content Gather is a big negative, even if your article is bought, the price is usually so low that it's not worth the time and effort, it's better if you create a blog and just send your pitches directly to an editor or to whoever is in charge, I mean sending 10 writing pitches to 10 companies can be done in a day and just wait for the replies, play the numbers game in pitching and you'll definitely win some.




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DenisP

Hmm. While that is a bit discouraging, I thank you for input none the less. I actually had a feeling that this might be the situation with Content Gather. Many sites which would be considered content mills are notoriously bad when it comes to their work-reward ratio. It doesn't seem so bad from my perspective because the cost of living where I'm from is super low, and you could make an average worker's salary with probably just a few articles. None the less I do agree that my time would most likely be better invested into monetizing a site of my own and building a portfolio to make direct offers.




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vinaya

I have tried contentgather and my experience is negative I was unable to sell my article. As far as I know, you do not get upfront pay, you will receive money only when your article gets sold and you will have to pay them a commission. I don't know how much they deduct for successful sales, I never had sales there. YOu will have to submit article, your article will be reviewed, if you pass the quality test, it will be available for sale. You will have to wait for someone to buy that article. I think publishing on user generated content site is a better option.




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EfficientNinja

Do you have experience with them? Do they pay you a fraction of the whole amount if they accept your article? I read about them in other blogs while searching for freelance writing sites and I'm planning to give them a try.




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Martinsx1

I have heard about ContentGather for a while now but how unserious of me not to have taken the site up for a trial with some of my articles. I appreciate being reminded about the platform through this content and I'm definitely going to upload some of the good articles which I think would fetch a good price for me.




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overcast

Contentgather has rates under 50$. So you may have to hunt for higher price websites. Because you won't be getting the good amount out of the small sites that sell the articles. Again depends on the niche and where you are selling it.




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albino

I'm from Philippines and I am also a blogger but I only use google to publish my blogs but I know a few about traveler sites, just try to visit or research about this site because this sites is included in the top 20 sites that really pays your articles or blog if they like it. But this three is for traveler like you, you can check it, this is the three sites "GREAT ESCAPE PUBLISHING" , INTERNATIONAL LIVING" and "THE MATADOR NETWORK" hope this sites can help you or you find what you wan't in this sites.




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kgord

That sounds like one thing to try. It would be a great aspect of traveling, the ability to make money from a trip. It is a fun thing to do and way to remember your trip. It should be a money making venture as well. I am all for easy ways to make cash.




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jaymish

I agree he should pitch to airline magazines and other popular travel publications. Your pitch depends solely on your samples and not on who you are. Also look for travel companies hiring travel writers on pro blogger or craigslist. I would also recommend that you start your own blog and write about your travels and find a way of monetizing it. This could be the key to your financial freedom. Writing for other publications is not a sustainable way of making money, it could work for a while, but not forever.




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amelia88

I'll try the travel magazines! I already have a portfolio that includes things that have been published in newspapers and magazines, but never thought to try airline magazines.




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DenisP

It depends on the type of work you're looking for. Optimally, you should aim for starting your own travel blog and monetizing it through ad services such as AdSense. It's more of a long term investment, but the benefits pay off much better than working for any freelance company. You can also create a profile on sites such as Upwork, offering services as a writer who specializes in travel. Sites like Fiverr or Ionicware's very own WordClerks allow you to provide your services for a set fee as well. As a last resort, you could try signing up for some content mills such as Constant Content or Content Gather. You can input your specialization as a travel writer, and either write articles to be sold on the marketplace, or accept direct offers from clients. Good luck!




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Martinsx1

Fiverr or Ionicware's are two sites that I'm aware of that can offer you the services which you need based on your niche but I would suggest starting your own website and working towards making it better with your contents on traveling. There are so many ways to start your own website using free forum software like WordPress. This will help you manage your blog and see that it grows on daily basis.

Good luck.




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jaybee19

Exactly @Martinsx1. I've actually observed that there are so many bloggers right now and most of them are in WordPress. Before I didn't know why there's such a huge number of bloggers in WordPress, but now after I started being a Freelancer I have discovered that some of them does it for profit and it's kinda cool because they're just only writing and yet they get some money out from it.

The only thing I don't know right now is how they get paid and how long does it take for them to really earn money.




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Martinsx1

One thing to be on the lookout for before starting a website is the nature of niche one wishes to start up his or her website or blog or forum on. Care must be taken not to try working with a niche that is already exhausted because it would be of no interest to the blog visitors thereby making everything done on the site to be a complete waste of time and energy.




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jaybee19

Exactly. As a rookie vlogger myself (although that's for videos, but still requires the same amount of creativity needed for blogging), yes you have to be original when it comes to ideas and concepts for blog. It's actually very hard to be original because there are already tons of original ideas and the only way to survive is enhance what is already present in the market.




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overcast

I think there are no article sites under this network. But fiverr has plenty of gigs on the writing marketplace. But I am sure SEO based articles can be seen in the SEOclerk and also listingdock. So it seems like a good sites.




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Kakashi2020

Make some samples on different niches pertaining to Japan send your pitch along with your samples to different publications, target the specialized ones, which doesn't sell their magazine's but gives it as a complimentary copy. Target big hotels and airline companies because these have deep pockets when it comes to budget. Those that are owned by big companies are the best. Just email them but first do your research first and find the right person to send send your pitches to.




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Barida

Doing your research first before sending any of the pictures to the big hotels he's one of the best ways to ensure that your energy spent on putting up those documentations on the travel though you've done on the particular place won't be a waste. This is because, when those publications enters the wrong hand, it may end up being used without you getting any dime from the company.




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kgord

It is always good to pitch to industry magazines and the like, but the problem is that many magazines and well known publications are always receiving submissions. It can be very competitive. I would think that you might really want to try a few different avenues and venues.




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amelia88

This is definitely what I'm finding, too. It's a bit like being a small fish in a really big pond...the market is already so saturated that trying to find an inroad can be impossible at times. Just gotta keep swimming, I guess!




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albino

I think you should focus on one because the more you search for it the more complicated it is for to find out where you belong, just try one by one, if you find that the current site you are in can't give you earnings that's the time to find another one. It is very difficult to earn when you have a lot of websites in your mind that you wanted to check or desired to be a member. Just choose one that you think or prove its legit and really pays you. If you are not satisfied with the price then try another site.




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EfficientNinja

I think I might just have to start my own blog and write there. Who knows the website I'll be building could be a hit in the future and I might get some decent passive income. I'll just have to think of a good niche and then I can start writing.




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aecel

There are lots of freelance writing jobs online out there just search them what suits you or you can watch YouTube tutorials just to make sure there are legit because I've heard nowadays scammers are everywhere trying to take advantage of your skills. I think it's best if you do travel vlog on YouTube. I've seen a lot of Vloggers that do traveling and it seems they're enjoying their job. If you hit thousands of subscribers on your channel they can even invite you to different countries just to feature their places they will going to pay you with free accommodations. If you don't like being in front of the camera you can make your own blogs sites to share your experiences while traveling. Good luck on your journey.




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amelia88

I've actually thought about doing a YouTube channel for a while, too. I think that's where a lot of exposure and other opportunities come from these days, and it's almost like if you don't have YouTube channel you're already being left behind.

I'll do some more research about it, but that's a good tip.




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treecko142

I believe most travel magazines accept writing applications from online writers, and since you already have experience and some proof of your work, you can compile them and submit as your portfolio for your application.




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wallet

There are many sites that will pay you to write about traveling places, some best sites that I know are UpWork and About.com, there are many other sites that you can join and share the places where you have traveled.




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Tronia

Besides the already recommended option of making your own blog, I'd also suggest perhaps contacting certain companies by yourself. Just write them an email or try calling them - pitch them what are your ideas, where you're traveling and what you can offer. Many of these companies and businesses will actually pay you good money for traveling type articles + photos.




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amelia88

I like this idea! Sometimes it just takes guts to go out and have the confidence to try and seek out jobs rather than have them wait to come to you. I think I just need to be more assertive, understand that I have a good skillset, and check out some businesses that could benefit from some writing help.




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Larryl332

Seems like it might just be the better option to try and branch out on your own and start your own blog or site, which are more easy to do these days which is the good news. It is still pretty tough to get it up and going though of course which I am guessing is where most people are having the issues, as I did.




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Lost93

There are many Freelance sites that you can work anywhere in the world. I'll tell you some of them who are personally one of the best.
Upwork. Upwork platforms and beginners and experts can find a job, and projects found on the site can be short-term (one-hour) or long-term.
Elance. One of the most popular platforms in our country is because it enables an easily created account and contains an approved payment system which guarantees that the agents hired through this site will be paid for the work they have done. Freelancer. Freelancer is a platform characterized by great competition in the search for a job. This platform is ideal, first of all, for qualified and proven fluorescents. iFreelance. This lesson is for those who know the words, but also for developers, SEO and AdWords experts. Allows the Freelancers to retain 100% of their earnings. Freelance Writing Gigs. Freelance Writing Gigs is used by bloggers, editors, proofreaders, publishers, writers. In addition to the job deals on the site are blogs with tips regarding writing, blogging, and internet business in general.




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amelia88

Thanks for the detailed response - I really appreciate the several options you provided. I'll do some more research and see which one seems to best fit my skills!




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DarthHazard

I'm not sure about any sites or people that may be interested. However, I can say that you could do well by starting your very own blog. It would allow you to be in total control of your content and it also allows you to earn a lot of money and get 100% of what you earn. Putting up things like advertisements can easily help you out and make you quite a bit of money.




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amelia88

I definitely like the idea of being in control of my own content. For some publications they try and steer you in certain directions with writing, or want things written in a certain style that doesn’t always come naturally to me. Having full control of my content makes writing a lot more enjoyable as well.




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jaybee19

Exactly. I also hate when I'm restricted. I want my contents natural and not 'edited' or made 'commercially safe' by companies. For me, it's better to just create your own blog so that the natural flow of ideas won't be interrupted by the suggestions and should I say 'forceful revisions' by the publishers.




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ballyhara

If you want to write about traveling, then you have to go to WAYN.com. That's an amazing community, you can post pictures, stories, find amazing tips about hotels and reservations, and make friends. I'm pretty sure you will like it, and you can post all your wonderful experiences through traveling around Asia. You can also try to have your own blog/forum, and promote it through social media like Facebook, YouTube, or Instagram.




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amelia88

I'll have to check out that website! I've started a public Instagram separate from my personal one recently so hopefully that picks up some traction! Plus it's a fun way of showcasing my pictures that I take when I'm traveling!




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albino

You can use google and sign up on blogger.com, if you are a good writer you can start to create your own blog and no need to work on other websites, but I think there are few requirements to make your blog earn from ads. This is what I'm using until now, I only have five pages and I will continue to add more. I like also writing and any article is accepted to blogger and its free. You can check it out.




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amelia88

My only issue is I'd need to find a way to monetize my own blog, and it seems like the only way to do that is through ad revenue. I don't want to clutter a site with a ton of ads so I'd have to think about the best way to approach that!




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MittensFXX

I'm familiar with contentgather.
Its a site where you post your own articles and decide how much the price is worth for them.
For 250 words you can earn as low as 2.50$ as a beginner and as a professional writer on their site from up to +50$ per article.
Its hard to become a professional writer but with time spent and skill invested you can become successful and earn a lot.




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amelia88

I'll have to look into contentgather more. I guess it's one of those things where you've got to start at the bottom and build up a portfolio to earn more, but I wonder if they would look at existing work I've done and possibly pay more. I'll check it out - thanks for the suggestion!




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Kakashi2020

You can Signup for Fiverr and find writing gigs there or promote your expertise there. I think that would connect you with the right job or people who needs your skills and profile.




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jetselle

You can try Wanderlust it is a guide that creates and shops tour information in one vicinity. additionally they function a digital scrapbook for locating journeys. they prefer submitted content material to be in the following categories vacation spot features, dispatches, special-hobby features and client articles. They assume articles be no longer than the 2,200 phrases limit. This publication accepts proposals only within the first instance.




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amelia88

Sounds interesting - I hadn't heard of them before, but if it's about tours in particular areas then that's right up my alley. I'll look them up and check them out, I appreciate the recommendation!




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mlekossis

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