Triple Your Travel Writing Income Writing for Magazines

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38 minutes of video
38 minutes of video
16 slides
11 pages of transcript

For years naysayers have claimed that there is no money to be made in the magazine industry, the fact is that magazines still pay significantly better than websites–and there’s many more opportunities to write about travel for print magazines than you realize. Sleek, well-paying, new travel magazines are actually popping up every week. You just need to know where to find them.


It’s the headline that doesn’t die: bookstores and magazines are dead. Nobody wants print anymore.

But the numbers simply don’t support this.

Not only have historic magazines pivoted, amped up their strategies, and zeroed in on exactly what content their readers care about, but a startling number of new magazines are popping up every month, especially in the travel space.

Airlines that had stopped carrying an airline magazines are adding new ones (even the likes of RyanAir!). Companies are rolling out branding magazines right and left, especially hotels and entities like Airbnb.

Magazines that you can find on the newstand or subscribe to are also still running strong, with independent travel magazines carving out a distinct (and stunning) new approach to print travel media.

All of these magazines have eye-opening storytelling and eye-popping photos at their core and work with freelance writers to help keep their pages filled and interesting to readers.

Tune into learn where the opportunities are and how shifting from writing exclusively for websites to focusing on print can immediately and drammatically increase your income.

We will cover:
– the biggest reasons writing for magazines will skyrocket your travel writing income
– 5 ways to make sure an editor not only gets back to you, but wants to work with you again and again
– how to start getting lucrative assignments right now