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Do You Have What it Takes to Get Paid to Travel?

Writer's Digest
Travel Writing Try Outs!

Thursday, May 19

Dear Traveler,

Do you have what it takes to get paid to travel?

If you like the idea of earning an income while you explore the world and share your stories and recommendations, travel writing just might be your ticket to paid-for adventures.

You can find out how sell-suited you'd be to it, here.

The good news is: You don't have to be a proven wordsmith or have any fancy degrees to get paid this way and fund a travel-rich life that could take you to Europe, Africa, Asia, South America, across the US, and beyond...

Let me ask: Do you like to try new things and meet new people? Are you ready with your opinions and recommendations? Are you willing - even eager - to travel independently, without a pre-packaged tour? Do you like the adventure of getting a little lost when you travel?

If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, then you're likely a good candidate to earn an income as a travel writer.

You can find out what else it takes - and if you have the qualifications - right here with this quick "self-test" in a special Try Out video created by the folks at Great Escape Publishing.

With our Travel Writing Try Outs, you can see if traveling the world and reporting back to magazines, newspapers and websites about the things you see and do would likely suit you - or not.

Just take a look. For Writer's Digest readers, it's completely free to do so and there's no obligation.

You can watch the Try Out video here and find out the insider secrets to how travel writing works, who pays for writers to travel, how you could cash in with amazing perks and privileges, and more.

Take the quick "self test" as part of the Travel Writing Try Outs right here now.

Don't delay. This special offer ends Monday, May 23rd at midnight.

I hope you'll give it a try.

To your success,

Lori Allen
Director, Great Escape Publishing

P.S. This opportunity is only available for a limited time. RSVP before Monday, May 23rd at midnight to receive more details here.

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