Calling All Travel Writers & Photographers!

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Aloha and welcome travel writers, bloggers, and photographers!  We know how challenging it is to get your hard work shared with the world, and we’re here to help.

 

If you’re visiting Maui, there are 2 ways you can grow your audience by potentially reaching millions and take advantage of unique opportunities on the Valley Isle.

 

1 – Eager travel writers and photographers

Writers – If you’re looking to grow your following and get your content out there, we have some really strong sites that you can guest blog on.   Depending on the subject, we can share your experiences with our built in web audience and share it across our social media.

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Travel Photographers – you can share images on our Instagram account (Currently 95,600 followers) as well as our other social media (upon our final discretion.)  We can also put together blog posts sharing your photo adventures along with high-visibility credit.  Your blog post(s) will be shared across some heavy-traffic social profiles.

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2 – Established travel bloggers and photographers

For those of you with existing strong web presence, we can help push your new Maui material across our social channels as well as hook you up with potential activities, accommodations, restaurants and truly unique local experiences.  We have a network of businesses, deep friendships, and hard-found opportunities that few visiting Maui get to experience.  We’ve reached 588,393 people on our main Facebook account in the last 7 days (January 11-17.)  Let’s get your content out there!

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Let’s grow together!  Give us a shout, and let us know whether you’re a newer growing traveler or are established with an existing audience.  Either way, we can help.  Provide links as well as what activities you’d like to do.  Upon availability, we’ll do our best to accommodate you on some fun adventures.

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If you have any more questions about what our company does, take a look at our 2016 recap.  And don’t forget to let us know who you are and what you want to do on Maui.  ALOHA!

 

3 Comments

  • Considering taking a job on Maui in the healthcare field. My concern is my kids (ages 8 and 11) and finding a family- friendly neighborhood and good schools. I have read so many negative comments regarding their public schools and the difficulties “haole kids” encounter. Is there anyone that can offer their experiences ?

    • Hawaii is what you make of it. It can be negative, but you need to move towards the positive and remove yourself from bad situations (just like anywhere.) There are incredible communities of new friends that become ohana for those willing to work for it. Some of the public schools have bad reputations. Some have great ones. Gotta do your research and move to the right areas to take advantage of free, quality public schools.

  • No one advertises Hawaii more then me. Everyday I post a reason to make Hawaii your vacation destination. I have been asked so many times for travel advise to the islands. Love my Maui

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