IE 14: How to Transition to a Travel Blog with Kita Roberts
Are you thinking of diving into a travel blog or making the transition to a travel blog? We all want to travel, but we need to determine if it’s something that fits within our content and with our audience.
Kita Roberts of PasstheSushi.com and GirlCarnivore.com is sharing her expertise on how to make the transition to a travel blog without alienating your audience in the process. She is also giving tips on who to reach out to and what to say when you do reach out to travel brands.
Plus, she’s offering a free download to get you started HERE.
- Introduction of Kita Roberts of PasstheSushi.com, GirlCarnivore.com & Foodie Pop Ups.
- The importance of mindset
- Issues of being a female and an entrepreneur
- Productivity for entrepreneurs with theming days
- Making the transformation from food blogger to travel blogger
- Focusing down on what serves your community
- What travel brands are looking for from you
- Creating content that speaks to your audience and make sense for the travel brands
- What sets you apart from everyone else for your out of the box bonus
- Who should you reach out to and what should you say when reaching out for travel
- How to start out with hotels
- Represent yourself as a professional
- Follow through and follow up with being polite, kind and courteous
- Projections for 2017
- Burger Month on Girl Carnivore
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Loved this podcast. Real information – fun to listen to, love it!
I could have talked to Kita all day long!