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A Conversation with Shelly Rivoli

Published on October 21, 2014 By Kristin

Shelly Rivoli started her website, Travels with Baby ten years ago (hard to believe!). Since then, she’s changed a lot of diapers–on four continents, in fact–and learned a lot about traveling with babies and small children along the way. In our interview today, Shelly tells us a little bit about getting her blog off the […]

Here’s How to Consistently Run a Mediocre Blog

Published on June 25, 2014 By Tim

If you read a lot of conventional wisdom articles about how to write successful blog posts, you’ll read a lot of advice that’s just plain wrong. Some people giving out this advice give it because it worked for them five years ago so they assume it’s still working now. Others are just parroting what they’re […]

A Conversation with Charlene Peters

Published on May 13, 2014 By Kristin

Charlene Peters has been a freelance writer for the past twenty years–and has seen a lot of changes to the travel industry during that time! From the Boston City Guide Examiner to Gatehouse Media, Charlene has worked for a number of travel and media publications and has recently shifted a lot of her energy into […]

An Interview with Rob Goss

Published on May 6, 2014 By Kristin

Rob Goss is a freelance writer with an impressive pedigree: from publishing a number of award-winning guidebooks to writing for the likes of National Geographic Traveler and TIME, Rob knows what it’s like to juggle the many projects of a freelancer. In our interview today, he shares some of his personal success stories and offers […]

11 Ways to Be a More Productive Writer (Who Makes Real $$)

Published on April 29, 2014 By Tim

I did a presentation at TBEX Toronto in 2013 with a range of slides on succeeding as a travel writer in the digital age. Some of them got a chuckle, some got frowns, but the one above got a collective gasp. A rather loud one. I knew it must have gotten some attention when people […]