Vagablogging: Call for writers

Are you interested in writing for Vagablogging?

We’re looking for a few good folks to assist in keeping the blog updated with fresh content: everything from travel tools, gear, articles, blogs, memoirs, news, or anything else floating around the online travel world that fits the vagabonding style. Interested writers should be able to commit to writing one to three original, well-written blog posts per week. To get a better idea of the type of content we’re looking for, please have a look at the Notes from the collective travel mind category.

If you’re interested, please send us the following:

1) Your name, contact information, and brief note on why you’d be interested in contributing to the blog.

2) Two or three original sample posts written with the Vagablogging readership in mind.

Send this information in the body of an email (no attachments please) to both Rolf and myself: rolf at rolfpotts dot com, justinglow at gmail dot com.

This is an unpaid position. However, hard work does not go unnoticed, and your contribution will not only give you a regular venue to express your voice, but it will also act as a great way to make contacts and act as a stepping-off point into future opportunities in the travel writing world. I’ve been blogging here for the past 6 months and I was just recently offered a paid writing position with (hence the call for writers here), so I can attest to the benefits a position with Vagablogging can muster.

That said, I’d like to thank everyone who enjoyed and commented on my stories over the past 6 months, and I look forward to bringing on some new voices at Vagablogging to help spread the word of independent, long-term, budget travel.

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Category: Notes from the collective travel mind

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