Calling all guest authors and bloggers
Does your destination have a unique festival or exciting event that you want to explain to agents? Or is your new aircraft saving carbon emissions? Have you opened up a new, luxurious hotel? Is adventure cruising the new trend?
If so, OTT wants to hear from you…
From next month, OTT is rolling out a series of guest blogs to give our audience different perspectives on various different aspects of the travel trade. We’re offering your business the opportunity to share what’s new and offer valuable practical tips and advice which will help our engaged audience of UK travel professionals to go that extra mile for their clients.
OTT’s guest blog spots offer travel trade partners the chance to share both the insights and customer benefits behind your latest product or innovation, whether you choose to blog on a new airline route, introduction of a new brand or even enlighten agents about a new scheme to lessen the environmental impact of travel.
Articles should not be overly promotional. They should be a maximum of 400-600 words long and should be submitted with a jpg-format image which is relevant to the written content. OTT’s community of agents are focused and committed to continuous learning and development, so partner blogs need to offer information or practical tips they can use while speaking to their customers. Case studies, ‘How tos’ and advice or tip-based blogs are popular formats and can also help your business to demonstrate how your products or innovations are used.
Have you got something you want to blog about? Don’t delay, start today. Send an outline of your idea(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will take a look and email you back with deadlines and our full guest blogger guidelines.
OTT’s blogs are published on our website and also shared with the wider community through our Facebook and LinkedIn channels. They are also included in our newsletter, which is sent out once a month, direct to the inboxes of our global community of members. All our guest bloggers and authors are credited with an author byline and a link to your website for improved traffic.