The Travel Blog Breakthrough Podcast

The Travel Blog Breakthrough Podcast

Your resource to take your travel blog to the next level.

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July 12, 2016 57 min
As a travel blogger, Instagram is perhaps one of the best tools at our disposal to building your brand.  While it sounds easy, it is a heck of a lot more work than how easy it seems popular Instagrammers seem to draw in likes and follows.  Not to fret though because I’ve brought in Melissa […]
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Chatting with other travel bloggers is always a treat.  Each one of us have carved our own path to success and what has got them where they are to day is so different.  While that's the case, that's not to say that we can't learn from each other and that's why these podcasts are so powerful.  In this one with Stephen Palmer of Irish Around Oz, he shares his wealth of knowledge of Facebook ads and e-mail marketing.  This one's jam p...
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Affiliate marketing is scary.  I get that.  I had trouble figuring it out and continue to learn how to do a better job today.  With that, I thought it'd make sense to bring in an expert in the field to chat about this whole business of making money through links.  It's jam packed with info so hope you enjoy! Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Summary For the next hour, I sit down with Jeannine of Affiliate Window to chat about affiliate ...
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There are a ton of podcast out there and when Jason asked to interview me for his own show, I was delighted.  The tables are turned this time around and I thought I'd give you some insight on some very relevant information about travel blogging. Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Summary Jason Harris is the man behind Jay's Odyssey and he runs his own show on the blog.  In this episode, we talk about quite a few things.  At times we're a...
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On episode 14, I try something a little different and interview a travel startup entrepreneur in Jason Will of Zipkick.  Very few people know about Zipkick but it's hitting the scene hard with the product they've built so far, the ambassadorship program with travel bloggers they've put together and the mega road trip they're on right now.  Learn all about it on the show. Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Summary Jason Will is the co-fou...
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August 31, 2015 63 min
For episode 13, I again tap into early travel bloggers to start a conversation around what the challenges are and what the journey is like.  Debbie and John of Bridge The Travel Gap are awesome guests and from our banter, there's a lot to learn. Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Summary Right off the heels of a full year round the world trip, Debbie and John are just starting to rev up their travel blog.  We start off with a little bit ...
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Episode 12 just couldn't come fast enough right?  Amidst all the travel this summer and everything else going on with blogging, it has probably felt like the podcast has been a little bit neglected.  Back on the saddle, there's fresh new content coming out over the next couple of weeks and we start off with this episode where I'm joined by Robert, a fan that found out I was offering one-on-one mentoring, scheduled a call and agreed...
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As one of the pioneers in the travel podcasting space, and 1.3 million in downloads alone for Amateur Traveler last year, Chris Christensen was one of those guys that welcomed me to the podcasting community when I was only 2 to 3 episodes in.  That's just the kind of guy he is. In this show we talk about two things - podcasting and Blogger Bridge.  With the first part, we learn about how Chris got his start and how Amateur Travele...
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As one of the pioneers in the travel podcasting space, and 1.3 million in downloads alone for Amateur Traveler last year, Chris Christensen was one of those guys that welcomed me to the podcasting community when I was only 2 to 3 episodes in.  That's just the kind of guy he is. In this show we talk about two things - podcasting and Blogger Bridge.  With the first part, we learn about how Chris got his start and how Amateur Travele...
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For 8 episodes of the Travel Blog Breakthrough Podcast we've been talking to other bloggers and seen different aspects of what it takes to be successful.  With this episode, I decided to shake it up a bit and instead focus on some of the nitty gritty things of blogging such as hosting.  It's a necessity for what we do but often times we quickly forget about it after we get up and running.  Shared hosting is great and all to start w...
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There's always that love-hate relationship with social media and so to bring a little clarity to what you guys are doing on social with your travel blogs, I've brought on another great guest to chat with us on the TBB podcast. We're chatting with Scott Eddy, a personality unto itself on Twitter.  He's someone that's really made a name for himself from the ground up and with through it he's started up several digital agencies, done...
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Today I have none other than Gary Arndt of Everything Everywhere on the show.  *insert jaw drop* It was such a delight to first of all have Gary agree to be on the TBB podcast and then have a real conversation about blogging on the show. For us newer generation of bloggers like myself, it's rare to be able to pick the brain of someone as established and well known as Gary.  After listening to this, you'll learn just how Everythin...
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January 19, 2015 52 min
I have the pleasure of introducing Sarah Fazendin of A Week At The Beach today where you'll be hearing us chat about PR secrets that she gained working with the Tourism Board of Kenya and later running her own PR marketing firm in Africa.  As bloggers we work with folks in PR and marketing all the time but very rarely do we get to hear from someone that's seen and experienced things on the other side. With Sarah, you'll get some g...
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