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Out About Scotland Mail

Thank you for visiting the contact page of Craig Neil, author and admin of Out About Scotland.

I’d love to hear from you if you have any suggestions to improve the website, but if you have general questions about Scotland, please search through the archives.

You’ll probably find that your question is answered somewhere.

Due to the fact that I’m always busy creating new content for this website, I’m afraid I am unable to answer individual questions about Scotland, nor can I design travel itineraries for your visit to Scotland.


Work with me:

Advertisers/marketers, please read the points below before contacting me:

  1. I do not purchase, swap, or sell backlinks.
  2. I do not accept guest posts.
  3. No marketing work will be undertaken for free.
  4. Collaborations will be considered for relevant partners only (travel operators, travel gear, tourist attractions, accommodation etc).

Do you represent a brand or destination that you’d like to promote on Out About Scotland? I can create eye-catching content that will ensure your business reaches new audiences across the globe.

Out About Scotland is an informative website that helps visitors plan their trip to Scotland.

Repeat readers come to the site from across the UK, Europe, and the US to find things to do in Scotland, as well as read tips and advice to help them plan their sightseeing tour.

Whether you run a tourist attraction, a marketing agency, are a brand or a tour operator, I’d love to hear what you are working on and how I can help you raise your profile.

If you’d like to know more please get in touch with me via the email address above.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Craig Neil

Tourist attraction owners – would you like me to create a professional 360° virtual tour of your business to display in Google Maps? Check out my commercial virtual tour photography website – Vartour.com – for details.

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