Eileen Cotter Wright

Content Strategist, Copy Editor, Copywriter, Writer, Writer Manager

Travel Journalist and Blogger

Eileen has taken her extensive background in traditional journalism and applied it to current day industry trends. She now consulting digital marketing agencies, PR firms and corporate travel businesses on how to best work with influencers and have innovative promotional campaigns.

She is an expert at social media strategy for travel and lifestyle brands, growing her own two travel sites to more than 100,000 followers in two years. Contact her for freelance writing opportunities, social media management opportunities, project management and marketing campaigns.
Categories
Content Types
Article, Ad/Promotional Copy, Blog Post, Commercial, Ebook, Guide, Infographic Copy, Interview, Landing Page, Press Release, Social Copy, Website Copy, Whitepaper
More Information
St. Bonaventure University, Journalism/Mass Communication
Boston, MA & London UK|English
Publications
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Published Content

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purewander.com
Article
What to Do with 18 Hours in Rome?!

In this rome attraction, no one else is inside the church; our whispers echo off the walls.

April, 15 2017
huffingtonpost.com
Article
Top 10 Things to Do in Sri Lanka as a Group

Can you imagine soaring above a Sri Lankan mountain range via hot air balloon? How about speeding along a massive big spotting colorful king fishers? Want to learn how to differentiate a dozen different curries, or wave your hands in the air while riding a city tuk-tuk? Maybe you’d love a big beach party with your crew, complete with a bursting sunset of reds and yellows framed by swaying palm trees? Let’s get everyone together and make plans for Sri Lanka – an incredibly diverse, wild and welcoming country!

May, 17 2016
bootsnall.com
Dangerous Destinations: Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

Before leaving on a week-long trip to the Great Barrier Reef of Queensland, Australia, I had many strange dreams. Smiling sea turtles waved at me under the ocean while I giggled along with Nemo. Diving through clouds into turquoise waters full of shimmering neon fish. When we finally arrived in Oz, I was told immediately not to go in the water, as it was the season for tiny jellyfish that will kill you within hours.

purewander.com
Digital Nomad Jobs: A Complete Guide for Remote Work
February, 21 2018
skylife.com
Article
Happier Employees in the Office | Skylife Magazine

Happier workplaces lead to better production. For an in-flight publication.

tripcents.co
Blog Post
Tripcents Blog | Travel Saving App

I am project manager and content strategist for the Tripcents blog and app. I write, edit, format, promote and offer keyword/SEO strategies.

telegraph.co.uk
Article
The Westbury Review | Telegraph Travel

A review of the five-star Westbury Hotel in London, UK.

purewander.com
Koh Lanta, Thailand: Off the Grid and Gorgeous
April, 10 2018
crookedflight.com
Blog Post
7 Ways to Slay Your Ski Weekend in France | Crooked Flight

While I love skiing and had a blast skiing in Chamonix before, I decided to use the time to rest up instead before the holiday mayhem. Instead, there was tons of wintry activities to look forward to, delicious cosy meals, and plenty of bubbles by the hot tub. Yas girl, I was ready.

January, 11 2018
purewander.com
Blog Post
Disney World: It’s Kind of a Big Honking Deal | Pure Wander

Disney World - A guide with insider tips, for the Pure Wander group travel blog.

September, 12 2018
guidetoiceland.is
Article
Hallgrímskirkja: Reykjavik's Basalt-Inspired Church | Guide to Iceland

Highlights of Iceland's most iconic architecture in the capital city.

April, 26 2018
hostelworld.com
Blog Post
Travel Anxiety and Panic Attacks | Hostel World

Article for Hostel World about personal experiences with traveling and mental health.

July, 30 2018
matadornetwork.com
Blog Post
11 Signs You Were Born and Raised in Boston | Matador Network

1. Everyone’s a “kid” until they’re like 85. A typical conversation heard while out on the weekends. “‘ey kid. What’s good kid? Let me tell ya something kid. Whad’ya say kid? Yeah whatever, go eff yaself kid.” All said out of love of course. You could replace kid for chief or buddy too on special occasions.

November, 16 2015
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