How to write about your travels in foreign lands without putting your foot in it. Pro tips for avoiding cliches, stereotypes & offending locals.
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Storytelling is key to engaging potential travellers online & working with professional storytellers should be part of the travel industry’s marketing mix.
I’m excited to announce that I’m a proud member of a new group of travel industry and media professionals who have come together to promote responsible ecotourism.
If you want to be a travel writer or blogger, or if you need India travel advice, you can now contact me through PivotPlanet. I’m now an expert advisor.
For the last few years I have thrown myself completley into following my dreams of travelling, writing and blogging. Then suddenly I realized: it’s time to go home.
On the 7th anniversary of landing in India for the first time: My reflections on how my life has changed — and how travel blogging is not as easy as it looks.
I started my travel blog in 2005 on my first trip to India. Now, it’s undergone another stage of evolution with a new theme & updated look!
Niche Blogging for the Strategically Impaired: Blogging and social media are a lot of work. To succeed you need to combine passion (love) and strategy (money). These are my 5 top tips from 6 years as a travel blogger.
And a breakthrough year for travel bloggers I’ve been travel blogging about India and meaningful travel for about two-and-a-half years on Breathedreamgo, and for several years before that on a previous blog, too. Slowly, I’ve been building my career as a travel blogger and advocate for travel blogging, and this week feels like a breakthrough [...]
Breathedreamgo Consulting offers writing, blogging and social media strategy; plus India travel planning and business services. I can help you stand out online; or provide the highest quality writing; or help you travel to India or do business in India. Please contact me to learn more at mariellen @ breathedreamgo .com
My sixth anniversary post: I landed in Delhi, India for the first time on Dec. 6, 2005. This post is about how I became a travel writer and blogger by throwing myself off the cliff of reason.
Here are my top tips for getting started as a travel blogger – from hosting to choosing a niche to the importance of using images.