Our Travels: Cayman Islands

When our World Words team aren’t putting pen to paper, you’ll likely catch them jetting off to colourful cities, lush rainforest landscapes or coastal idylls in search of new adventures. Quelle surprise – travel writers love to travel.

These globe-trotting habits are in part what makes our content as good as it is. Every perfectly-crafted sentence we write can be backed up by extraordinary personal experiences, whether that’s hiking in the craggy Patagonia peaks, marvelling at ancient statues on Easter Island or chowing down on mouthwatering street food in Bangkok.

As well as helping us craft inspiring copy for clients, we like to share these incredible memories through our blog series, Our Travels. This month, writer Jemima ventures to Grand Cayman – the largest of the Cayman Islands – for the sixth (!) time, and reveals what there is to see in this Caribbean paradise. It’s not only beautiful beaches…

Jemima soaking up some afternoon sunshine on Seven Mile Beach.
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Bad Content Advice: The Common Travel Writing Tips that Are Complete Nonsense

Since the advent of the internet, everyone and their uncle has been quick to offer advice on travel content writing. However, as content writers ourselves, we know that while they may be well meaning, most of the advice is also outdated, ineffective and misinformed, perpetuating the same untruths and mistakes across the world of content.

Therefore, we’ve decided to help redress the content advice balance, by highlighting the common travel writing tips you should ignore. By pooling the extensive travel writing knowledge of our writers, we have come up with a shortlist of questionable tips that are regularly regurgitated online. From declarations about the death of list posts to nonsense about the vitality of keyword density, here are four common content writing tips you can just ignore.

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Travel Writing Advice You Should Ignore

Since the advent of the internet, everyone and their uncle has been quick to offer advice on travel content writing. However, as content writers ourselves, we know that while they may be well meaning, most of the advice is also outdated, ineffective and misinformed, perpetuating the same untruths and mistakes across the world of content.

Therefore, we’ve decided to help redress the content advice balance, by highlighting the common travel writing tips you should ignore. By pooling the extensive travel writing knowledge of our writers, we have come up with a shortlist of questionable tips that are regularly regurgitated online. From declarations about the death of list posts to nonsense about the vitality of keyword density, here are four common content writing tips you can just ignore.

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A Warm Welcome to the World Words Team – Melissa, Staff Content Writer

This week, we are delighted to announce the arrival of our newest member of the World Words team – Melissa.

Melissa will be joining our Edinburgh office as a staff travel content writer, so you can expect to hear a whole lot more from her here on the World Words site, whether it’s writing on the blog or contributing to our client projects.

Let’s find out a little more about her…

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