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Monetizing Your Blog
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Remember the good old days when you first started your travel blog? It seemed that life was simpler then: you visited somewhere interesting, wrote it up, added a few photos and published a post. Then you got a few readers and life got more complicated. There was social media to update, with new channels sprouting...
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Travel bloggers build up a readership much the way we travel the globe—using a myriad of methods. From Pinterest pins and Twitter tweets, to guest posts, and podcasts, we’re caught in a continuous state of putting ourselves, our writing, and our destinations out there. But there is another less-traveled path. Books. From the early 1700s...
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Every week our staff at TBEX field numerous questions from a variety of brands about how to work with travel bloggers and other influencers. They are not always easy to answer given the breadth of possibilities that exist and the perpetual growth within the industry itself. How to find bloggers is one thing, but then...
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Whenever I’m on the road and meeting a travel blogger who is just starting out or wondering how to take their blog to the next level, I always recommend they come to TBEX – and not just for the sessions. For TBEX, like many other successful conferences out there, one of the things that keeps...
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A lot can happen in 60 seconds. Every minute of the day, Facebook users share 2.46 million pieces of content. Twitter users tweet 277 thousand times, Google receives over 4 million search queries, and YouTube users upload 72 hours of new video. That’s a whole lot of new content in just one minute. The competition...
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  Writing is a craft; freelancing is a business. When I speak publicly about freelancing, I recite this sentence at least a dozen times per lecture. Like a personal credo. Or a mantra. The statement is neither complicated nor controversial. Writing, the creative process of stringing words together to form sentences, is a form of...
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  Making a living is tough, making a living writing is even tougher. Last year, I had a spark of inspiration that birthed an idea that I thought could help others. At first I didn’t want to tell anyone; I was so sure that someone else would take the idea and use it. Eventually I...
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