Are You Cheating on Your Blog?

  Twitter. Facebook. Google+. LinkedIn. Pinterest. Email. Sometimes it feels that by the time I’ve checked all my social networks, I don’t have any time left to actually visit my own blog. It’s only a matter of time before I’m caught with lipstick on my collar, so to speak. I love my blog, but sometimes […]

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Plenty of Reasons to Stay in Toronto Longer

  Our host sponsors for TBEX 13, Tourism Toronto, tell me that there’s plenty of reasons TBEX attendees will want to stay in Toronto for awhile. Take a look at these major events and top performances taking place in the greater Toronto area during May and June, 2012. Whether you’re looking for cultural performance, family […]

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The Seven Deadly Sins of YouTube

  As a content creator, I’m a YouTube newbie. I’ve made the occasional video here and there, but I’m more of a consumer than a producer in that field. And maybe that’s a good thing for a post about what you should and shouldn’t do on YouTube. Of course, different viewers are going to like […]

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Why Going Niche is Good for SEO

  Most of us have probably had the experience of seeing either glazed, uncomprehending stares or looks of outright contempt when we mentioned the word “SEO.” As today’s guest post author Shannon O’Donnell explains, not only is SEO not a bad word, there’s a very important component of SEO that has nothing to do with […]

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Passports with Purpose 2012: Jaw-Droppingly Amazing Prizes (& Clean Water to Boot)

  Passports with Purpose is now in its fifth year, and TBEX is proud to be a sponsor of this fundraising effort driven totally by travel bloggers. The 2012 beneficiary is Water.org, and the goal is to raise $100,000 to build two community wells in rural Haiti. At first glance, that number is astounding – […]

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iRig Review: Options for Portable Podcasting

  We’ve heard repeatedly that things like audo (and video) components are increasingly important to a blog’s success these days. For bloggers who are put off by the need to buy or carry extra equipment, however, getting started with podcasting may seem a little daunting. If that sounds like you, or even if you’re already […]

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Is there room under the travel blogging umbrella for calendars and calendar haters?

  Earlier this month, there was a bit of a kerfuffle over a travel blogging calendar. The fact that there were facets of the travel blogging world that didn’t embrace and applaud the calendar isn’t the interesting part, that was to be expected. Rather, what was interesting was that the sentiments of both the calendar’s […]

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Happy Thanksgiving from TBEX

  Happy Thanksgiving! We’ve been following your posts, tweets, and status updates about everything that you’re thankful for, and now we want to share thoughts on that from the TBEX staff. Rick Calvert, CEO: I am thankful for my family, friends, for having a dream job and the amazing group of people that I work […]

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4 Social Media Sins (and How You Can Find Absolution)

  When you’re up to your eyeballs in social media all day, it’s tempting to think everyone is on the same page. Not only is that far from true, there are plenty of people who are using social media on a daily basis who – in my opinion – are doin’ in wrong. I’m a […]

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Toronto & Dublin: A Snapshot of Our 2013 Host Cities

  Now that we know our 2013 conference agenda, with Toronto coming up in June and Dublin just announced for October, we thought it would be nice to get a snapshot overview of our two host cities. When was it founded? Toronto sits on land purchased by the British from the Mississauga tribe in 1787, […]

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TBEX 13 Toronto: Call for Speakers

  Today we are opening the call for speakers for TBEX 13 in Toronto. We get tons of emails and phone calls from people who want to be speakers at our events. We get way more proposals than we could ever use. So how can YOU stand out among the hundreds of proposals that we […]

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