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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.
Every year, when the weather starts to turn chilly in our corner of the world, we find that the content we produce for clients at World Words begins to take on a distinctly seasonal slant. All of a sudden, the travel content agenda is dominated by all things wintery, from celebrations like Christmas and New Year, to activities like winter sports.
Our winter travel content is for everyone to enjoy. Disappointed you’re not cosied up in a chalet by a roaring log fire? Read about our Alpine adventures in St. Moritz and pretend you are. Rather have some winter sun? Read our guide on the Greek Islands and all the advent adventures they have to offer. Or maybe you’d rather forego winter altogether and enjoy another (even hotter) summer. Read our feature on Australia and its weird, wonderful wildlife.
You’ll find extracts from a selection of our favourite winter pieces below, so scroll down to read a little of each…
Great travel content writing isn’t a matter of sitting a desk and dreaming of far-flung places. It is about experience. Our intrepid team of writers and editors are always on the move, discovering new and exciting places all over the world. It’s this persistent wanderlust that makes our travel content so authentic, evocative and, crucially, effective.
We’re always striving to seek out less-visited idylls like far-flung Easter Island, out-of-the-way Lewis and Harris and the tourist-light Gili Islands, as well as ticking off huge bucket list destinations like romantic Venice, sky-high Dubai and buzzing Bangkok. And that’s only the beginning – you’ll find lots more in the Our Travels blog series archive.
This month, it’s the turn of World Words writer Jemima to reflect on one of her recent travel adventures. Scroll on to read all about her 2019 vacation in San Francisco, including a mini road trip down the Pacific Coast Highway…
Regular readers of this blog will know that, back in summer 2019, we completed a series of country guides for an online trip planner called Routes4U. The project, a joint venture between the Council of Europe and the European Union, aimed to bring together disparate attractions from all across the continent in a series of themed routes and itineraries. To find out more about this, you can read our previous blogs on writing for Routes4U (here and here).
Fast forward to this year, and to help promote the service further, we were asked to contribute some blogs to the website. These would serve to highlight some key attractions spread across the different regions and itineraries. Ultimately, we focused on two blogs – one about Switzerland’s cultural routes and the other about spa stops on the European Thermal Towns route – and we’ve included snippets from both below. Scroll down to have a read…
It’s no secret that the writers and editors at World Words love to travel. At any given time, many of us are trotting around the globe, gathering inspiration for new stories and advice for fellow travellers. Ask us a travel question, and it’s likely one of us can answer it from authentic experience. Just take a look at the Our Travels blog archive for a taste of our team’s vast, on-the-ground experience, from exploring the Buddhist temples of Luang Prabang to hiking the mountain landscapes of Andorra to chilling out on the golden beaches of Mallorca – among others.
This month, it’s the turn of World Words travel writer Nicole to share a recent adventure. Escaping to Indonesia’s Gili Islands, she discovers it can be hard to relax with a book when there is so much fun to be had in paradise…
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…