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Enjoy Writing? Consider Writing About Your Trips From SeaTac

travel writingHave you ever considered writing for a living (or as a pastime with perks)? Travel writing could be an option for you. If you love to travel and you’re proficient in writing, you may find that describing your travels in print is the perfect activity. You get to see new places and experience new things – and then, you even get to write about what you’ve experienced. In fact, many people have been able to create lucrative careers based on their love of both writing and travel. You may want to consider the following points to determine whether this is a path that might work well for you.

Building an Online Presence

Unless you plan to write strictly in a ghostwriting capacity, you’ll need to start building a presence online. One of the best ways to get started doing this is to create a blog. When you have a blog, you can provide the content you want – whether you’re writing about your 10th trip to a beach in the Pacific Northwest or your first trip to an exotic destination abroad (or both). You can then use the published contents of your blog to start devising a professional portfolio. Remember to post links to your blog whenever possible online; this includes marketing your blog via social media sites, as well.

Choose a Niche

While you may be tempted to write about every single trip that you take, you will probably have a better chance of building a specific audience if you narrow your writing down to a certain niche. Your chosen niche could be related to European destinations, traveling to music festivals, or trips associated with culinary exploration. Make the niche you select one that interests you, so you’ll enjoy describing your experiences. If you cannot wait to go surfing in new places every summer, that could be the right travel writing niche for you.

Provide Valuable Information

Simply writing about your travel experiences may be a fascinating exercise in self-reflection – but your readers may not appreciate this type of blog post if it really seems more like a journal entry. Remember that the point of your content should be to provide value to your audience; if you’re writing about your last trip to the Mediterranean, you may want to offer details that your readers can use (such as great hotels to stay at and fabulous restaurants to try).

Visit a Qualified Tax Professional

Whether your writing is just for extra money or it covers all of your bills, you’ll need to claim any money that you earn. If you’re unfamiliar with how to file taxes as a writer, you could benefit from hiring a professional tax preparer. Depending on how much you earn, you may only need to do this once – or you might find that using a professional every year is the best strategy.

Traveling out of SeaTac can be an adventure – and a trip may seem even more exciting if you know you’re going to write about it. You could be surprised by how much you might actually earn as a successful travel writer. At the very least, you can use the choice to write about your travels as the perfect excuse for visiting new places! Remember to park your vehicle at the Aeroparking lot (which is always safe and secured), so you can save money while you travel.

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