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Holiday Special TravelContentCon 2019

From the evening of Friday, January 25 through the afternoon of Sunday, January 27 a small group of travel writers is going to hit the fast forward button on their travel content marketing writing.

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Plus, exclusively for our 12 days of holiday specials, you'll get three follow-up calls after the event to make sure your pitch letters, talking points, proposals, and content marketing target lists are all ready to go!

The workshop includes eight modules mixing learning with doing to make sure that you leave the weekend with everything you need to land travel content marketing writing gigs right away. Attendees also get:

What our customers are saying:

I've been a full-time freelance writer for about two years now. I had gotten to a place where I was making enough money to get by, and felt satisfied with that. I figured, I'm a writer. I'm never going to make the big bucks, and it's always going to be hard. But I love it, so I'll keep slogging along. Then I read The Six-Figure Travel Writer and realized that I can demand more from this career path. I can in fact work less, make more, and still do the kind of writing that I love. I'm already on the path to making more money.

I had broken into freelance writing about 4 years before I was introduced to Gabi. I wrote a small magazine column and contributed a web piece here and there, but despite traveling to 20 countries and living abroad for 3 years, I struggled with organizing my ideas and pitching publications to keep a steady supply of new work. Simply put, I’ve learned more in the few months that I’ve been a member of the Dream of Travel Writing Database and listening in on Gabi’s seminars than I have in 4 years of working in the industry. Gabi is a wealth of knowledge and I feel fortunate to have been influenced by her expertise. Ideas come to me more easily now and I’m gradually tackling my biggest challenge - keeping my pitch prep time to a minimum. All of this has been accomplished by applying the tips that Gabi shares. I consider discovering her one of the best things to happen to my writing this year.

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