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DN/LI/TB 19/7/17

Articles and posts by or about travellers working online

How Travel Writing Evolved Into Travel Blogging, and What Brands Get From Both
Selfies, hashtags and Vine videos aren’t the stuff of lofty travel writing, says Nicole Spector, but it’s the way of the digital and mobile world, where the appetite for bite sized bits of content to consume while scrolling is insatiable, and increasingly attractive to brands.

How I Make Money as a Digital Nomad: June 2017 Income Report
Each month eternal expat Laura Bronner explains how she has kept herself fed for the past seven years in Switzerland, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, the UK and Mexico.

Instagram Tips For Travel Bloggers
Because they tend to have an engaged community of followers, most brands and destinations love partnering with travel bloggers that have a professional presence and community on Instagram. Elizabeth Kelsey Bradley, who has four accounts, explains how to create a consistent feeling and impression around your Instagram feed.

Someone Gave Me Their 2 Cents
Never has 0.02 dollars made someone so happy.

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One comment to DN/LI/TB 19/7/17

  • Elizabeth  says:

    Thanks so much for mentioning my article! 🙂 I sometimes find it hard managing 4 accounts but I’ve made it work by posting more on a few of them and less on others, depending on the photos I take.

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