It’s safe to say that most people who visit this blog are travelers. Therefore if you’re reading this you probably have a humorous or harrowing story waiting in the wings about your experiences in the world, or else an article you feel would make life easier for the traveling public at large.
The AirTreks Travel Blog is accepting guest posts!
If there’s something in your journal, a set of tips another traveler would love to hear or a story you’ve been itching to tell, share it with us. This is your opportunity solicit your writing for publication on the AirTreks Travel Blog. We’re looking for articles highlighting your travels and your wisdom.
What we expect from you:
- A clearly written piece that exposes the first person travel experience with perspective and relevance to those people who travel on an AirTreks-style international or round-the-world ticket.
- One that is your own writing and hasn’t appeared in another publication within 6 months.
What you can expect from us:
- A wide audience: the AirTreks Travel Blog averages over 15,000 unique views per month and more than a thousand others via our email and RSS feed.
- Exposure and traffic back to your blog or website.
Submissions should be kept under 1000 words. Photos and videos are welcome. This is not a monetarily compensated writing opportunity.
Guest posts will include the author’s name, a short bio (and photo if you have one) and a link to sites of your choosing. Please include those in your submission only.
- Destination reviews
- Anecdotal or cautionary tales
- First person experiences
- “Best-of” lists
- Travel tips
- Website or webtool reviews
- Photo journals
If you’re interested in having your piece appear in the AirTreks blog please fill out the comments form below as if you were commenting on this post. Include your name and email in their requisite boxes and hit submit. AirTreks will contact you by email to add your piece to the AirTreks blog as a correspondent.
DO NOT SUBMIT YOUR PIECE IN THE COMMENTS SECTION.
Feel free to ask any questions directly when you receive the email. Your email address will not be published in the comments section.
AirTreks reserves the right to gauge the submission’s quality and relevance and will determine what appears in the blog.
Thanks and happy writing!
*photo credits “Write” & “Stop Waiting For That Muse” by swimparallel