Publications

Publications 2016-12-30T21:13:43+00:00
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Create a Killer Travel Blog ($5.25)

Starting a travel blog is easy. Creating a truly great travel blog takes a little more preparation. Whether you just want to tell some tales and share helpful tips, or whether you want to go all out and make some serious cash from your website, developing a plan from the very beginning is vital to keeping a quality, engaging, and fulfilling travel blog. This seven-part book covers topics from setting up a blog, to developing a schedule, to connecting with readers and fellow bloggers on social networks, and more. Also includes worksheets and info sheets.

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In this section, we’ll cover four topics: Your reason for starting a blog, the focus you’ll have with it, the angle you’ll take, and what your competition is up to. Before you start writing and posting anything on your travel blog, you’ll need to determine your tone and the direction you’ll take from the very beginning. Not only will this help keep you focused, but your readers also will know what you’re all about and what to expect when they visit.

>>Read more on Amazon Kindle.

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Writing a Great Travel Story ($5.25)

Want to become a travel writer? The first step is to learn to tell a truly spectacular story. In this six-part book, we help you develop your style, outline your story, and use powerful language to draw in your audience and prospective publisher. Includes worksheets.

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The first step in the writing process is to decide what you want to talk about. Simple  enough. Since you’re taking this course, we can assume you’re interested in travel and writing, so that should at least give you a general idea of what you’ll do. 

>>Read more on Amazon Kindle.

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Social Networking for Your Blog ($.99)

In this short eBook, we show you how to post quality, engaging content across Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google Plus, and LinkedIn. Learn the difference between personal and professional use, plus best and worst practices for gaining connections, shares, and leads for your blog.

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Personal pages across any social network are pretty straightforward: you have complete control over what you do and don’t want to say and how you choose to say it. It’s a way for you to stay in touch with friends, family, and acquaintances; a resource for learning something new or keeping up-to-date; and for many of us, an outlet to share our frustrations and celebrations.

>>Read more on Amazon Kindle.

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Your Guide To Volunteer Travel ($2.99)

Your Guide To Volunteer Travel guides you through the steps of choosing a volunteer abroad program, what to expect while traveling, and how to utilize your experience abroad even after returning home. Includes a directory with hundreds of volunteer programs worldwide.

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Volunteer travel is a way to explore the world while helping a community in need. Trips might last from a few days to several years, and can be close to your home or on another continent. You can travel solo, in a group, with your family, or as a couple, and…

>>Read more on Amazon Kindle.

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Stories From The Field: Volunteers Around The World Share Their Adventures ($2.99)

Volunteering abroad is a growing travel trend—one that changes lives worldwide, both for volunteers and the communities they serve. This book brings you 15 stories from travelers who’ve had the chance to volunteer throughout the Americas, Africa, and Asia.

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Volunteering abroad is, to many, a life-changing experience. A volunteer trip prompted me to quit my job and start a career in service travel—a decision made while jumping into a waterfall in Honduras. The following stories come from volunteers throughout Africa, Asia, and Latin America. They range from travelogues, to reports, to simple notes about volunteer trips worldwide.

>>Read more on Amazon Kindle.

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