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A Conversation with Erin Bender

Published on March 18, 2014 By Kristin

High-school sweethearts Erin and Josh decided to embark on a one-way journey around the world in 2012–and they haven’t stopped yet! Their blog, Travelwithbender.com, which started out as a way to communicate with friends and family, has steadily grown over the past two years into one of the premier family travel blogs. In our interview, […]

A Conversation with David Lee

Published on February 4, 2014 By Kristin

David Lee launched Travel Blog Success in 2010, a membership-based community where he helps educate travelers on how to start and promote their own blogs. David also runs Gobackpacking.com, a popular travel blog for backpackers and independent travelers. His success in the travel industry is both admirable and exciting, as he has learned how to […]

An Interview with T.W. Anderson

Published on January 28, 2014 By Kristin

T.W. Anderson is the Editor-in-Chief of Marginal Boundaries, a travel blog focused on independent immersion travel. Having traveled full-time since 2008, he has learned quite a lot about taking the idea of being a writer and making it a reality. In our interview today, T.W. talks about the hard work it takes to get a […]

Are You Solving a Problem or Just Spouting Off?

Published on January 14, 2014 By Tim

One big slap in the face that many entrepreneurs get too late is they find out that this great idea they’ve invested so much time and money in is one that makes people yawn. Nobody cares enough to spend their hard-earned money on it. Many bloggers find out the same thing, both in terms of […]

Talking Travel, TBEX, and Tesla With Kim Mance

Published on December 17, 2013 By Tim

Kim Mance and I were recently panelists together at the NATJA convention talking about how blogs are valued and how to make one valuable. I tracked her down afterwards to expand on some of the things she mentioned there while telling her story and giving good advice. The only thing she couldn’t answer was…what’s taking […]