Conference presentation: Making money from your content

On May 20th, 2013, posted in: General by

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We were recently asked to speak at the Travel Bloggers Unite conference in Rotterdam. A gathering of around 200 travel bloggers, writers, publishers, and industry.

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Travel books series set to explore “how and why of travel”

On October 1st, 2012, posted in: General by

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A new series of travel books focused on how people like to experience the world is set to launch later this month.

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Luxury travel at home on LiveShareTravel

On September 19th, 2012, posted in: General by

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Tweet LiveShareTravel the online travel and lifestyle magazine has added a luxury travel section. The Luxury Travel channel has news, features and an expanding list of resources on the best stylish ¬†travel companies around. LiveShareTravel focuses on liberating luxury for the smart traveller, and the luxury travel page is a one-stop shop for the latest […]

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Shared ownership channel – showcasing holiday lifestyles on LiveShareTravel

On September 18th, 2012, posted in: General by

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Shared holiday ownership has been providing people with amazing holidays for almost 50 years. Covering timeshare to fractional and everything in between (condo hotels through to private residence clubs and destination clubs) people love shared holiday ownership for the quality of accommodation, value and flexibility.

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Extra, Extra! Get the Breaking News on Juliette Foster

On September 6th, 2010, posted in: General, Social Media by

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We’re very excited here at Maia as we are set to join one of our favourite authors and TV presenters Juliette Foster for an interview live on Twitter about her book Breaking News and more from 6pm on Wednesday.

It’s a great chance for aspiring journalists and writers to get the lowdown on this area of work and for the rest of us to get the inside track on Breaking News – the book has caused huge controversy in the media as people speculate who could have been the inspiration for the book’s fictional newsroom characters.

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