Guest Writers’ Guidelines

Guest Writer Guidelines for Travel Writers

For Travel Writers and Product Reviews

Our guest writers’ guidelines are here to help you showcase your skills. Guest writers are welcome to pitch a story idea but your subject must be travel-related and contain quality content that’s exclusive to Read the guest writer’s guidelines and our content before you submit your idea.

Attention Content Writers:


Read the Guest Writers’ Guidelines.

  • Keep our audience in mind. Consider who will be reading our web content. We publish articles that are informative and educational.
  • Use an active voice.
  • Be concise, clear, and direct.
  • Email your travel-related idea to me.
  • CONTENT must be family-friendly and suitable for readers of all ages.
  • POSTS must be authored by the contributing guest blogger.
  • 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 Submissions that have grammatical or spelling errors will not be published.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.
  • Include at least three photographs you’ve taken.
  • Be sure to attribute all sources for the information you include in your story.
  • Message me using the form at the bottom of the page if you have any questions.
  • DO NOT 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.
  • DO NOT submit “stock” stories. Only one-of-a-kind stories will be accepted.

We also accept art-related posts from guest writers for, an art website I founded 25 years ago. Visit the website and learn more about Japanese Torn Paper Collage Art. The guest writers’ guidelines apply to both websites.

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