Q: Can I write an article for Make Travel Fair?
A: Absolutely. Have a read through our Contributors page, register your details then sign-in and begin writing your article. If you would like to run an idea past us first then you can get in touch on the Contact Us page.
Q: How can my company get listed on Make Travel Fair?
A: Any company, business or organisation that we list or write about on Make Travel Fair is an outfit that we believe people should hear about. There is no fee or payment associated with any of the links or adverts you see on our site except for a small amount of Google generated links. We welcome any requests to be listed or written about and give every contact careful consideration.
Q: Can I get involved with Make Travel Fair as an intern?
A: We welcome applications for internships but are currently unable to offer any form of payment and applicants must be able to work from home.
Q: I’ve written an article, can I add a photo?
A: All photos are added to articles by the editor from our own pool of images. If you have a relevant photo that you would like to include in your story then please contact us and we will send you further instructions. The reason for this is to maintain a level of quality in our photography. We are very proud of the photos we use in our articles and are committed to sourcing them from within our own team of travellers and writing community. We never use stock photography from external sites. Photography is part of what we do.
Q: How can I help Make Travel Fair once I’ve written an article?
A: Articles are what we need to continue building content for the site, maintaining relevance and interest levels. Once you’ve written an article and had it published there are a few things you can do to increase readership.
- Ask friends and family to subscribe to our RSS feed. This is one of the best ways to demonstrate our readership levels and to regularly reach an interested audience with new articles as soon as they are published.
- Submit your article to bookmarking sites and news aggregators like Digg, Stumble Upon, Yahoo Buzz. This will increase exposure for your writing and attract new readers and subscribers to the site.
- Join in comments. If people comment on your article engage in a dialogue and respond to their thoughts.
Q. How do you make your money?
A: We’re working on it. Make Travel Fair was setup without any form of budget or funding. The site is the result of a couple of years of self-taught web design and as a result the outgoings are minimal. We pay a small annual fee to retain our domain name and to have our site hosted on a server that belongs to someone else. Development of the site and Make Travel Fair is led by Stephen Chapman who has recently begun work for WHL.
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