Wine content writers that can tell your story
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. I love saving money and not overpaying for things. Book the best wine tour in Europe or plan your own tour with my travel advice. Read about the wine tours and a collection of tips for all traveling wine lovers.
You can send them an email or contact them through their website. Copywriting is one of the most critical elements of marketing. Copyhackers cover classic topics related to copywriting. They accept guest posts as well as paid content. They select 1 in 30 pitches and if you’re lucky you may earn anywhere between $300- $1000 for every completed post.
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We need original writing, photography, and/or video that captures the wow moments during your own adventures…Around the World or Across the Street™. Do not send us a topic list for consideration, we are looking for completed articles only. Please look through the blog to avoid duplication. For example, there are already multiple wine preservation articles.
Alana M has heard that man cannot live on wine alone, but she’s more than willing to give it a try. When she’s not eagerly learning anything and everything about food and booze, she spends her time freelance writing and slinging wine on the glittering Las Vegas strip. About – Looking through the Just Wines website is like having your own adventure traveling through Australia’s best wine regions. This site includes a mixture of wine reviews , reviews of other wine-related things and also other things to do in and around Boulogne-Sur-Mer. Read reviews on wines and learn what else there is to do in and near Boulogne. In 2002, Bonnie and Gary Daniels founded Vineyard Wine Cellars.
Julia Riddle is a passionate wine writer world traveler from Charlotte, North Carolina. She also freelances as an eCommerce writer at Vivino. With great experience in the Food and Beverage industry, she helped develop wine and cocktail programs in various acclaimed restaurants in San Francisco. Check out her contribution at Wine Folly here and for more information, check out her portfolio. Courtney Schiessl is a New York-based wine journalist, sommelier, and consultant, with a wide-reaching background that spans many areas of the wine industry. Currently, she is a contributing editor at the SevenFifty Daily as well as a contributor to Forbes.com.