Guest Posting on Wine, Beer, Spirits, Foods and Wine Travel

If you are submitting a word document to us, please list the links at the bottom of the document. We reserve the right to remove links from any article prior to publication. We will not accept or publish anything that has been previously published in print or online. All articles will be checked for plagiarism, so please don’t try to steal anybody’s work and pass it off as your own. All articles will be read over and analyzed by our team. If it is free of grammar mistakes, is well-researched and accurate, then we probably won’t change anything.

Great Escape Publishing prints work in their newsletter, The Right Way to Travel. They publish articles on the craft and business of getting paid to travel, whether by writing, photography, tours, or other means. They also publish short interviews with readers and professionals working in the field which pays them to travel. You can earn up to $150 or more per article.

 

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Pay and submission email varies according to the chosen topic. Becoming a guest blogger for JustWine is super easy. Just create your free account or email to submit your guest post today! Once you finish writing your post, don’t forget to email our editorial team so we know your article is ready for review.

We help you uncover those moments when you join us on Wander. Photos—and increasingly videos—are important to online publications. They can be a mix of your own photos and photos from sources such as destinations and those provided by a PR firm. We do not want photos you might find in a family photo album. Word length for Wander articles is about 1,000 to 1,200 words, although we will consider longer articles if you have a story to tell.

It is vital to include what the angle is; specifically, what the wine business angle is, along with a list of sources. About – Looking through the Just Wines website is like having your own adventure traveling through Australia’s best wine regions. I have no special training or tasting powers. I don’t have any certifications or fancy letters after my name; in fact, I’ve never even taken a “wine appreciation” class. I’m not able to tell you the region or variety of a wine just by sniffing it. I’m just a guy who loves to drink wine and tell people about the good, cheap ones.