"Write Some Articles!"

Written by David McKenzie

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other people’s web sites and in other people’s newsletters. When this happens you get additional visitors back to your site. And these visitors may in turn feature one of your other articles at their site or in their newsletter. Before you know it you are in 50 newsletters and on 100 web sites! 3. Visitors will stay at your web site longer because there are lots of articles to read. This gives you additional opportunities at getting more click throughs to your affiliate programs. You could feature links to your affiliate programs on each page you have articles. More affiliate click throughs translate into more commissions. 4. You have given your visitors an instant feeling of trust. If you just featured other people’s content then you are just a face inrepparttar crowd. However, when you feature your own content, you immediately ‘stand out’ and people are more inclined to trust you. If people trust you, then they are more inclined to buy from you. For an affiliate, good content makes a site. Don’t just use other people’s content. Start featuring your own articles. If you keep adding your own new articles on a regular basis then people come back to your site again and again.

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Travel Writing

Written by Jack Adler

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Total independence, which is both a big plus and big minus. You haverepparttar freedom to succeed or fail on your own ability. But you have to recognize that there isn't any job security or benefits as with a full time job. You often work more hours than in a normal work week, but you haverepparttar 129741 flexibility to work at your own pace.

** How did you become a writer? ** ------------------------------------

All I ever wanted to be was a reporter. I wrote for my high school paper and wrote some freelance articles at repparttar 129742 University of Indiana. I was an Army corespondent in Europe. Subsequently, I worked for City News in Chicago and then some other publications. **What would you do differently if starting over as a writer?** -------------------------------------

I would probably be more aggressive in going afterrepparttar 129743 top markets without sacrificingrepparttar 129744 smaller markets. Sometimes articles may be more apropos for smaller publications. I'd really set my sights on selling to larger and more difficult to sell markets.

Jack Adler,repparttar 129745 author of How to get started as a Travel Writer, has over 25 years’ experience writing about travel. Four books he’s written are: Consumer's Guide To Travel, Exploring Historic California, Companion Guide To Southern India, and Travel Safety (co-authored). Numerous of his articles have run in various newspapers and magazines. He has been a columnist, on a freelance but weekly basis, forrepparttar 129746 Los Angeles Times' travel section. His columns have also run inrepparttar 129747 San Francisco Examiner; Westways Magazine, and Cruise Travel Magazine. He also was a columnist/ editorial writer for Better Business Travel, a nationally distributed newsletter; and a columnist for TravelAssist, an electronic magazine. Currently, he's repparttar 129748 leader/chief content provider for Prodigy's travel bulletin board and a columnist for Travel World International, an electronic magazine. He is a member ofrepparttar 129749 Society of American Travel Writers andrepparttar 129750 North American Travel Journalists Association. He has taught a course in Travel Journalism for many years at UCLA Extension, and a course in Feature Writer forrepparttar 129751 Writer's Digest School.

If you would like to try your hand at this ultimate dream job - pick uprepparttar 129752 ebook at www.DreamJobsToGo.com.

Jack Adler, the author of How to get started as a Travel Writer, has over 25 years’ experience writing about travel.

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