Travel writing may appear like an ideal job to have. Looking at the best travel blogsÂ from Huffington Post will lead you to believe that these guys are living a dream where they mix business with pleasure.
But on the flip side, travel blogging is not a ‘sexy job’Â as it seems, according to Anne Ford of The Bleader. There are logisticd you have to consider, especially the finances you have to keep up with especially when paying for the travel and lodging expenses.
Also, the market is saturated with great travel blogging, as the link above will show you. To break into the industry, you need to have the knowledge, expertise, and passion for travel and writing to rise above the pack.
The same thing goes for freelance writing in general. You need the dedication to become an even better writer and enjoy the benefits that come with becoming a freelancer.
If you think you have what it takes to succeed as a freelance writing, apply to any of the jobs below.
- Writer (Part-time) for KingdomWorks Studios
- Online Writer for Hamptons-Magazine.com (Work from home, must by NY-area based and have a good knowledge of the Hamptons scene)
- Freelance Writer for UrbanBound (remote but must live within Santa Clara, CA)
- Corporate Marketing Content Writer/Editor
- Resume Writer
- Proofreader for The Creative Group (must be authorized to work in the US or Canada)
Freelance writing tips of the day:Â 35 Tips For Freelance Writers To Earn A Lot at Lifehack
Check out tomorrow and get ready to apply to the latestÂ blogging jobs for that day!