Do you dream of being a travel writer? Sitting with your toes in the sand, writing about your latest hotel stay or the amazing brunch you just had at a quaint little bistro in Paris. While this is what most people think of when they think of travel writing jobs, there are actually many different […]
As a travel blogger or a writer, you probably figured that in order to be successful, you need to constantly keep improving yourself. Writing demands you to keep improving and even be a perfectionist at
Whether you are an experienced freelance travel writer with hundreds of published pieces or new to writing but have a passion for travel and exploring cultures, here are five companies that pay freelance writers to write, research and love traveling. 1. Matador Network Matador Network hires contributors to write content that 'speaks to the adventures, cultures, and identities of people around the world'. Matador pays per piece with an average of $20-25 and sometimes as much as $60 in special…
If you want to break into travel writing, you have endless opportunities to see your words in print and online. And even better, there are numerous publications that pay writers well. I’ve compiled a list of some well-known and less well-known freelance travel writing opportunities where you can pitch print and online travel publications. And best of all, they pay well.
As a fairly new travel writer, I’ve been struck by how little of the time I spend travelling and how much time I dedicate to building relationships, pitching, and planning. So what is the life of a travel writer really like? I’ve asked travel journalists from all over the globe to tell me what goes on behind the scenes of being a travel writer and to share some of their insights into a side of travel writing that isn’t always spoken about. #TravelWriting #FreelanceWriter #FreelanceWriting