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9 Press Trip Faux Pas to Avoid

Getting invited on a press trip is one of the most exciting parts of being a travel writer. Once you’re a seasoned veteran, attending them becomes second nature. But whether it’s your first trip or 100th, there are certain expectations for behavior as a participant. If you have any sort of self-awareness or professional etiquette these may seem like rookie mistakes (and I wish they were) but I’ve seen plenty of professional journalists do these things, too. Here’s how to ensure you’re making the best impression you can to the PR and brand people to continually get invited back. 1. Don’t talk about other destinations while you’re on a trip or compare the current destination to x, y, z place.

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