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The days of stiff, impersonal descriptions are long gone. Travelers want, no—need, to picture themselves in your hotel. Telling them how many rooms or restaurants are on site no longer cuts it in the world of travel branding. Travel writing now focuses on selling an experience. And I can help you do just that.
I can help your travel brand with:
Web copywriting: Anything from homepage copy to other website copy.
City guides/local guides: A great way to add value to your guests. These guides can let them know the can’t-miss places in your city.
Brochure copywriting: Need an informational overview of your hotel, resort, museum cultural center, or any other hospitality-related business? Brochures are also a great way to advertise special events like a festival, NYE rates and more.
Hotel descriptions: Perfectly capturing a hotel, resort or inn’s personality in about 200 words or less is an art form. I’ve been doing it for years now.
Travel blog content: Regular blog content is a challenge, I know! When you have so much on your plate, it’s easy to push this task to the bottom of the list. Regularly engaging potential guests is essential, though, to maintain high bookings.
Travel feature writing: I also write for magazines! If you’re a publication looking for content, I can definitely help you out.
Newsletter content: Travel agents benefit by regularly reaching out to subscribers about current specials, places to travel to in the coming season and why they should use a travel agent.
Social media copywriting: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram—they’re all vital to businesses these days. Creating content for these social-media channels takes a specific type of writing that differs from blog content.
Ad copy: Grabbing someone’s attention with just a few words isn’t easy. Luckily, I have years of experience doing this.
Business writing: While most of my writing deals with travel, I do have experience writing about other topics.
Take a look at some of my recent writing samples, which cover hotel descriptions, various hospitality-industry corporate work, some travel-related articles.
Ready to get started? Contact me so we can begin discussing how I can help your travel business! I can quote a per-word price, a monthly retainer, or anything in between. While my rates aren't bargain-basement cheap, they're certainly reasonable. Let's discuss your business needs.