Writing & Content Marketing
I’m a professional freelance writer specializing in writing blog posts and web content. I can also tackle sales content like email funnels and lead pages.
I don’t just write about travel; I’m well-versed in digital marketing, mental health, and personal development as well. Honestly, I can pretty much cover any topic you throw at me if it’s not too technical (I’m an expert researcher and very resourceful). Visit my freelance writer site to learn more or contact me at michelle [at] mishvoinmotion [.] com.
Mishvo in Motion is a free-spirited travel blog featuring stories, tips, and guides. My mission is to inspire readers to explore the possibilities of life through travel.
How we can work together:
- Sponsored posts
- Social media campaigns
- Press trips
- Reviews and more
Please get in touch for a media kit or more information.
Around the Web
Guest post on The Digital Nomad Society: “7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming a Digital Nomad”
Collab post on Your Parking Space: “The Best Destinations For A Road Trip: Expert Round-up” (#15)
Interview on The Sweetest Way: “How Michelle used Facebook to launch her freelancing career and now works from a tropical paradise”
Collab post on Coddiwomp: “Ultimate First Time Travel Lessons from 20 (Really Lovely) Leading Travel Bloggers” (#4)
Itinerary collab on Travel Honey: “5 Day Paris, Versailles and Alsace Wine Route Itinerary & Interactive Map”
Interview on The Wherever Writer: “Freelancer Profile: Copywriter/Content Marketer Michelle of Mishvo In Motion”
Collab post on Adventuring the Great Wide Somewhere: “Behind the Lens”
Collab post on Travel Hysteria: “Top 10 weirdest foods shared by Travel Bloggers” (#1)
Contributing writer for Provenance Magazine
Collab post on Miss HappyFeet blog: “86 Most Colorful Cities/ Towns In The World” (#41)
Interview with Kachina’s Nomaddiction blog on student exchange experience in Sydney
Collab post on Packs Light blog: “The One Piece of Travel Advice I Wish I’d Known at 20”
Teaching in Thailand – Sweet Lemon Magazine
The Best Streetfood in Bangkok – Waegook Tom
My 5 Top Favorite Places in Thailand – Love to Eat and Travel
The Enchanting Underwater Sculptures Saving Our Reefs – Public Goods
How Your Sunscreen Is Harming the Environment — And Possibly You, Too – Public Goods
Do we really need organic tampons? Here’s what the science says – HelloGiggles
How to Care for Your Mental Health on Vacation – Talkspace blog
Exactly How I Used Cold Emailing To Land An Internship Overseas – The Financial Diet
Traveling with Depression: How I Should Have Prepared – Talkspace blog
What Public Health Could Learn from the Making of Pirates of the Caribbean – Not So Stoic
Crowdfunding Can Actually Be A Good Way To Pay Off Your Student Loans – The Financial Diet
Unbagging the bag: From anti-plastic activist to responsible consumer – Plastic Free Family
Eury AH, Bernardes S, Presotto A, Vogel M. Modeled Least Cost Paths Compared with Observed Routes of Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus Libidinosus). American Journal of Primatology, 2011.
Merrit R, Vogel M. Chapter 13: Case Studies in Formative Research. Formative Research in Social Marketing. Eds. Kubacki K & Rundle-Thiele S. Springer Publications. (2016)
Merritt R, Vogel M, Ladbury P, Johnson S. A qualitative study to explore fathers’ attitudes towards breastfeeding in South West England. (2019) Primary Health Care Research & Development vol 20. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1463423618000877