Write for us Travel Guest Post

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Below are some of the benefits that writers can enjoy by writing travel blogs and articles for us. Most of our readers are in the US (45%), with about 40% in Canada and the remaining 15% in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, India and Africa. Our articles are written in a non-marketing style, based on personal experience with candid tips and advice. Our content reaches almost half a million women each month, through our website (ranked #16 globally in travel), JourneyWoman Magazine, newsletters and our social channels.


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