Month

October 2012
  If you could live in the country you love the most, work on a flexible schedule, and make a living talking about the place you adore, would that be appealing? As today’s guest post author Madeline Jhawar of Italy Beyond the Obvious tells us, if that sounds good to you then you might consider...
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  The “EX” in TBEX covers many bases – an exchange of ideas, knowledge, and (when we get together at conferences) business cards.  Increasingly that exchange is growing to include exchanges with destinations and  travel industry representatives. And that latter exchange is something we want to keep improving upon. Next month, TBEX’s CEO, Rick Calvert,...
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  When today’s guest blogger, Atreyee Gupta of Bespoke Traveler, first offered the “TBEX is like school” analogy, we were intrigued. Was that a good thing? A bad thing? As it turns out, Atreyee found her first TBEX experience in Keystone to be a little of both – although the biggest lesson didn’t occur to...
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  Digital cameras have made photography so easy that we sometimes forget that things can still go pear-shaped if we’re not treating our equipment carefully. In today’s guest post from Kim Olson, we learn how to properly care for our memory cards so that we don’t have to face the pit-in-the-stomach feeling of losing all...
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  Next week we’ll be opening up the speaker submissions for TBEX 2013 in Toronto. We get tons of speakers submissions and even more emails about wanting to be a speaker at one of our events. Unfortunately, far too many of these ideas and submissions are the wrong fit for our audience. Sometimes we have...
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  Since many of us are all-purpose writers and photographers on our blogs, it’s a good idea to make sure we’re learning as much as we can about photography as well as writing skills. In today’s guest post from Kim Olson, we’re reminded that some of the most dramatic improvements to our photography can come...
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  We’re all aware of how important it is to make our blogs stand out from the crowd, but we may not know how. Gary Bembridge‘s job as a global marketer for big brands like Unilver and Johnson & Johnson has led him to think about marketing his blog differently, and in this guest post...
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  Today’s guest post is from Amy Moore, a speaker at TBEX Europe on the topic of How to Pitch.  If you’ve ever returned home from a conference with lots of business cards, but no idea what to do, you’ll want to pay close attention to Amy’s suggested follow ups. — Let this article be...
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Now that nearly everyone is back home from their extended travels in Europe post-TBEX, we’ve got our survey together and ready to hit your inbox. We want to know what you think about TBEX Europe! From the parties to the keynotes. From the pre and post-conference day trips to the break out sessions. From the...
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  Today’s guest post is by Matthew Barker, managing partner of HitRiddle Travel. Do you have something valuable to share with the TBEX community? We’re looking for guest bloggers – drop us a line. A quick glance at the schedule of September’s TBEX conference in Girona is enough to see how seriously the travel blogging...
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Travel Matters 009 – Tim Leffel on The Future Of Press Trips
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