Category: Guest Bloggers

Guest Blogger Information!

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Thank you for your interest in The Educational Tourist. We welcome guest bloggers but due to lots of interest we have these new guidelines.

You MUST fall into this category to be considered:

  1. You must be a fellow travel blogger with a website.
  2. Submit your post ideas that fall WITHIN the traveling with a family niche.
  3. Submit your social media links where you will promote your guest post.
  4. All posts must be 50 – 800 words in length and include vertical photos that you HAVE THE RIGHTS to use.
  5. Spell check aggressively. The former English teacher in me has a hard time seeing past spelling and grammar errors.

I look forward to reading your guest posts that fall within these guidelines!

Be sure to check out my blogging tips to maximize  your online presences, too.

Happy Blogging.

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SE Asia Family Adventure: Guest Post

Southeast Asia Family Adventures: Guest Post With different countries and diverse culture and traditions, Southeast Asia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Some countries offer travellers a tropical climate all...

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London Tube: Guest Post

A Quick Guide to London Underground Rail Network or “London Tube” “London Underground Rail Network or the London Tube is the most integral part of the inhabitants of UK. The route serves 12 tube...

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Warmer Weather Wishes

Warm Weather Wishes from fellow travelers! Are you daydreaming and wishing for warmer weather? When the temperature dips outside during the winter, I like to revisit photos from family vacations in warm areas! Families...


Guest Post – Missions in CA

  The Educational Tourist welcomes a guest post Marguerite Flanagan from MilKid Education  Consulting Scattered along the California coast, from San Diego to San Francisco, are relics of the Spanish colonial system: Missions. As...


Guest Post: Washington, DC

The Educational Tourist welcomes a guest post from Bondafide Traveler DC Gets Childish: Attractions Your Kids Will Actually Love Washington, D.C. might only seem like a destination for politicians, history buffs and kids going...