Guidelines for guest posts

Guidelines for Guest Posts

We frequently receive requests by writers to contribute to The Working Traveller and if you have worked abroad we would certainly like to hear about it, whether it’s the daily routine of a ski bum or living the high life serving drinks on a superyacht. We are most keen to read first hand experiences – good or bad – of the types of work we cover on our sites. A good article should include details such as who you worked for, wages, accommodation, the price of a beer etc, but don’t get too lost in facts and figures.

Guest posts should:

– be between 600 and 1000 words, though we don’t mind longer

– be original and have not been published elsewhere

– not contain links to commercial organisations unless this has already been discussed and approved

For more information please contact Shane Donovan at or via one of our social media channels.. If you have your own blog please provide us with the URL in your initial email as we always enjoy reading new travel websites and are very happy to help promote your site.

Writers and agencies looking to place links to third party organisations within the text of a guest post should read our sponsored post guidelines and contact Deirdre Higgins at to discuss our advertising options.