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Kerwin McKenzie
If it’s your first time attending TBEX, you are perhaps overwhelmed and frankly a little bit scared. Well, not to worry, here are nine tips to get you prepared for TBEX Stockholm. These should suffice until I see you for the my TBEX for First Timers Talk on Day 1 of the conference: Get business cards...
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At the upcoming TBEX in Minneapolis Orr Shakked from TripAdvisor and I will be doing an intermediate skill level session called “Maximizing Your Affiliate Strategy Throughout the Buy Cycle”. For my portion of that talk we will be looking at some of the stats for your blog and how you can use them to: Focus...
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Although it wasn’t long ago, I’ll always remember my first TBEX. It was April 2015 in Catalunya, Spain. I had been to many blogging conferences before, but never one that was focused solely on TRAVEL. Yes, there are other Travel Blogging conferences, and I have attended many of them, but no one does it like...
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Hello Bloggers! April 15th has come and gone. (What a relief?!!)  Don’t relax just yet because now is the time to start planning for next year’s tax return. In addition, if you are like the many who filed an extension, you may still be preparing for this year’s return. Here are a few tips you...
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Monetization Strategies Can Be Elusive Travel blogging and making money can seem like mutually exclusive concepts. If you ask a travel blogger who is just starting out, “How do you plan to monetize your blog?” you get some interesting answers. Some of these, frankly, are based upon magical thinking. Many times a new blogger will...
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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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  While carrying around a bulky DSLR camera and telephoto lens might never be a thing of the past, it’s safe to say that most travel writers can take photos with their iPhone that will “wow” their social media audiences and be of image quality that is suitable for many print magazines. Note that these...
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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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Have you ever wanted to be able to record a quick interview on your iPhone at a conference like TBEX? I have…for years.Can you imagine…recording 10-12 podcast interviews, all in-person, with key leaders and colleagues in your niche? How about recording and banking all of that content for a future Audio Blog or Podcast in less than 3...
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