Guest Travel Writers and Bloggers

Guest Post Guidelines

Guest posting is a courtesy I offer to travel journalists and bloggers who seek to contribute quality content to my growing audience. Don’t submit a post, suggest topics, or ask me to review your guest post if you represent a company or any of its products, or affiliate programs.

DO NOT include affiliate links in the body of your post. The links will be removed BEFORE I publish your article and the post will remain indefinitely without the affiliate links. 

  • Feel free to send your content to me in a Microsoft Word document or through Google Docs if you’d like to contribute a blog post about your recent travels or an idea that’s related to travel.
  • All posts must be authored by the contributing guest blogger and relevant to travel.
  • No “stock” stories. Only one-of-a-kind stories will be accepted.
  • Content must be family-friendly and suitable for readers of all ages.
  • Include at least three photographs you’ve taken.
  • Proofread your post (using a reputable grammar and spell-checker like Grammarly) before you submit it to me for consideration. Submissions that have grammatical or spelling errors will not be published.
  • Include a title and subtitles and keep paragraphs relevant to the titles.
  • Research your keywords and include the keywords in the content so they occur naturally. Show the keywords you’ve selected at the bottom of your document.
  • Be sure to attribute all sources for the information you include in your story.
  • For more information, please message me using the form at the bottom of the page.

guest travel writers
Mike Korb is a guest travel writer at

Mike Korb is a Mining Engineering graduate of the Missouri School of Mines in Rolla, Missouri.  He has worked in the mining industry for more than 50 years in management, executive, professional, supervisory, consulting, and technical jobs; with expertise in bituminous coal, iron ore, limestone, industrial sand, copper and slag mining operations and more than 20 years in the anthracite coal fields in Northeastern Pennsylvania. He worked for Pennsylvania in Abandoned Mine Reclamation until May 13, 2016, when he became a “mining, reclamation, management, heritage development consultant”, retired.  His plan is to continue being an advocate for mining and coal, responsible environmental management, economic development on previously mined lands and heritage development and preservation. Read Mike’s premiere post here to learn more about his travels related to anthracite heritage tourism. 

[ninja_form id=1]

No Comments Found