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A Conversation with Nick Wharton

Published on January 27, 2015 By Kristin

Nick is half of the voice behind the Goats on the Road travel blog (his partner, Dariece, is the other half!). Today, Nick talks to us about going from being travelers to traveling writers and how opportunities like house-sitting have helped them make traveling and blogging a lifestyle. What took you from being travelers to […]

An Interview with Audrey Bergner

Published on January 20, 2015 By Kristin

Audrey Bergner started traveling when she was 18 years old and is now a full-time travel blogger, photographer, YouTube video maker, and freelance writer. In our interview today, Audrey shares with me how she got over 100,000 Facebook fans and why she has learned to diversity her approach to media. Enjoy! Audrey, your Facebook fan […]

What’s Going to Work in Travel Writing Going Forward

Published on January 13, 2015 By Tim

What’s going to make you a successful travel writer or blogger in 2015? I’ll answer that question in more detail when I put out an updated second edition of Travel Writing 2.0 mid-year, but in the meantime here’s a quick index card version. Kristin and I have interviewed a few dozen more writers and bloggers […]

Getting Things Accomplished: Productivity Tips for Bloggers

Published on December 2, 2014 By Tim

Many who attended my presentation at TBEX Athens asked if I could post it somewhere. Others who couldn’t attend have been asking as well. The audio from that conference is still not posted and the slides only make so much sense without it. So I’ve re-recorded it and here you go. So Much Content, So […]

An Interview with Janice Waugh

Published on November 18, 2014 By Kristin

Janice Waugh, the voice behind the Solo Traveler blog and the Solo Traveler’s Handbook, talks to me in our interview today about how she went from personal blog to public community–and where she hopes to go from here. Enjoy! Janice, you started Solo Traveler after realizing that your personal blog was quickly going public. After […]