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Travel Writers Wanted

 

Freelance Travel Writers: Free publishing & earn revenue for your guides!

 

Wondering how to become a travel writer? Travel writer jobs these days may not be well-paying ones, and freelancing is an increasingly popular way of becoming a travel writer. Why not write your own travel guide to boost your portfolio and writing experience on your own, and earn some revenue at the same time?

 

GuideGecko is a unique publishing platform for travel guides. Independent writers’ guides are listed together with well-known guidebook series such as Lonely Planet. Customers visit GuideGecko to buy guides, and they will find your guides when browsing through our catalogue.

 

We’re looking for travel writers, travel bloggers, food bloggers and new writers like you. Write your own guides, share your travel tips and advice with readers, and earn money for your writing on GuideGecko. Travel writers needed!

 

 

How you can publish on GuideGecko

 

We publish travel guides for the iPhone, the web, and as eBooks. Simply compose your guide using our easy website. Once ready, we will create an iPhone app and eBook with your content, and distribute them on iTunes, the Kindle bookstore and Apple's iBookstore.

 

You can also choose to publish your guide on the web. We share revenues from sales and advertizing on a 50%-50% basis. Our office is based in Singapore, but you can write and publish your guide from anywhere in the world. Learn how to become a travel writer with GuideGecko.

 

 

Travel Book Writers’ Guidebook Writing Tips


Here are some travel writing tips for the new freelance travel writer:

  • Opt for brevity. Keep your sentences and paragraphs focused on the main point you are making.
  • Be accurate. Make sure information in your travel writing is up-to-date, especially the opening hours, prices and addresses of attractions.
  • Highlight the unique aspects of the destination you’re writing about. What makes it stand out from other places that may seem similar?
  • Be familiar with the latest good travel writing. Know what freelance travel writers are writing about and read current guides regularly.
  • Take photos of everyday life and people (with their permission, if possible). They may make good images to include in your book.
  • Keep track of travel writers’ guidelines to make your book more professional and organised.
  • Read up on travel writing news to learn more about your travel writing career.

 

 

What Travel Writing Opportunities are available?

 

Travel guide writers can branch out into many specialised or niche travel guides. We welcome all of them to be published on our site.

 

 

Find out more: Check our publishing pages and visit our dedicated travel writer section for our latest freelance travel writer jobs.

 

 


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