I recently was inspired by my wife (who often inspires me).
Unfortunately, this inspiration took place during a frantic phone call as she was stuck on the highway, 20 minutes before her plane’s scheduled departure. This flight was the only one that would have enabled her to make it in time for a business meeting. Read more “How to never miss your flight”
Editor’s note: This is part three of my series on becoming a successful travel blogger. Here’s the first one and the second one.
OK, you have your topic and some of the basic tools.
Now it’s time to find the content for your soon-to-be incredibly successful travel blog.
But before that, let’s get one thing out of the way: This is not journalism. I think it helps, in some ways, to have no formal training as a journalist.
Read more “Here are the reporting resources you’ll need to become a successful travel blogger”
Editor’s note: This is an online version of a seminar I’m giving at the The Travel Bloggers Show in Orlando tomorrow.
How do you become a travel blogger?
It’s a question I get almost every week. To which I usually respond, “How would I know? I’m a consumer advocate.”
But like some of the consumer advocates who came before me, including the ubiquitous Clark Howard, I think some readers will probably always think of me as a travel guy. And since I’ve been involved in new media since 1994, the blogger label isn’t likely to go away anytime soon, either.
So how do I do it? When I was asked to speak about this subject at a recent conference, the organizers wanted me to summarize it in seven easy steps.
Read more “How to become a travel blogger in 7 easy steps”