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At World Words, we can create every kind of travel content writing, proofreading and editing you could possibly need, from travel articles to destination guides, web copy to press releases. We can also help with content strategy and implementation. But we understand there are other parts of the travel content process that require other forms of expertise. That is why we work with an exclusive group of hand-picked content partners to help fulfill every aspect of your project, from your SEO audit to your web design to your language translation.
How We Work With Our Partners
As a travel specialist content writing agency, we’ve fostered close relationships with content partners. Additional content services that we can offer through our partners include SEO marketing (such as technical SEO audits, search analysis and PPC strategy), website and app creation (including site architecture, hosting, design and build, and analysis), translation services (for all major languages from Spanish to Mandarin Chinese), audio and video production (from recording studios to film producers) and photography (travel and food specialists).
Read Our Latest Travel Content
We work in tandem with our partners at every stage of the content creation process, whether we are implementing keywords suggested by an SEO audit, producing written travel content that’s suitable for translation or uploading our completed copy to the CMS of a newly-built site. You will find our recent travel content (much of which included partner collaboration) below. Want to know more? Get in touch.
Explore Our Latest Travel Writing Work
Our expert content writing team has produced articles, guide, web copy and more for a wide range of clients, such as Expedia, HomeAway, Thai Airways and TravelSupermarket. You can find recent examples of our work to the right.
At World Words, we also have a travel content writing blog, offering expert advice on content writing and editing plus highlighting work from our own company portfolio. Look right for our most recent travel content writing blog posts.
So when we were approached by the learning-focused travel agency Educational Journeys earlier this year, we were delighted. They wanted us to write a series of travel itineraries for Australian high school students. While the educational focus of the itineraries could vary from history to languages, they all required passionate and inspiring content that would appeal to teachers, parents and students alike. This was just the kind of challenge we relish.
Scroll forward to December 2019, and we have completed dozens of itineraries for Educational Journeys already, with more to come next year. For a taste of the work we are doing, scroll down for extracts from three itineraries…
What does the World Words team do when we get some precious time off from writing about travel? Well, we go travelling. No matter the season, it’s safe to say at least one of us will be off on an adventure somewhere exciting. Through the Our Travels blog series, we share our travel stories with the wider world (recently, we have covered Andorra, Laos and Western Crete, and you’ll find many more destinations in the Our Travels section of our blog).
This month, it’s the turn of our writer and editor Eilidh to share a story from her recent trip ‘down under’. Scroll on down to read all about her wildlife-packed experiences in the Northern Territory (or ‘NT’, as the cool kids call it)…
Autumn has well and truly arrived: there’s a nip in the air, a peppering of russet on the trees and decorative gourd displays every which way we look. It’s one of our favourite times of year, so we’re sharing some more of our best autumnal travel content (just in case you missed it, here’s our previous selection of fabulous fall-themed content).
We’ve included a couple of articles on autumn festivals, from on-trend light festivals to London’s Totally Thames. As autumn also coincides with wine harvest season in the United States, we’ve also included a piece on Napa Valley weekend. Plus, there’s our Oliver’s Travels guide to Ireland, which we think is at its finest when seasonal hues of gold, orange and red invade all that green. Feeling autumnal? Scroll on down to read snippets of each…
In the modern world, there’s a widespread belief that shorter content is always better, and that readers’ attention spans are limited. While it’s true that brevity is important in many areas of travel content, it is not always the case. In fact, many readers are on the lookout for in-depth content that answers questions, educates and inspires them.
A recent study by Medium, a platform for technological content writing, revealed that the time spent reading one blog was up to seven minutes, or about 1,600 words. Other studies go further, demonstrating that the top-ranked content on Google has over 2,000 words. While these figures are enlightening, this isn’t just a question of longer versus shorter content – different topics and formats need different word counts. The takeaway is that you should write however much is needed to get your message across. That if you give readers good content, they’ll read it.
So how do you go about choosing the perfect word count for your travel content – and how do you structure it to make it as reader-friendly as possible? Scroll down to read some tips from our expert travel content writing team…
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…