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Networking: My Word for TBEX Toronto 2013. How Did You Do?

June 12, 2013

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Toronto Tram

At the end of May, I was excited to head to Toronto, ON Canada for TBEX 2013 in North America. As it turns out, I was among about 1,200-1,300 travel bloggers to descend on the city; perfect for networking. Here is a recap of my adventures: I made my way to Toronto from New York […]

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How To Stay Connected When You Are Away From Home

May 30, 2013

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If you are in Toronto, ON Canada, for the TBEX Convention, then this post has immediate meaning, if not, it will the next time you visit Canada. Here’s why. One of the first things I do when I visit a country is figure out how am I going to stay connected with the world. Sure […]

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Does It Make Sense To Attend A Tech Conference If I’m A Travel Blogger?

May 6, 2013

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CE Week

If you can get to New York at the end of June 2013, I’d like to recommend a conference for you to attend. It’s a Technology Conference so you’ll perhaps ask why is a travel blogger attending a Technology conference? Well, travel and technology go hand in hand. You could meet the marketing team for […]

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CES/NMX (formerly BlogWorld) Review: How I Got $778.27 Worth Of Merchandise For FREE

January 13, 2013

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As a travel blogger it is necessary for you to get your name out there. One of the best ways to do this is to visit conferences. These conferences do not always have to be travel-related ones. I’ve been visiting BlogWorld and CES (formerly Comdex) for a few years. So when I had the opportunity […]

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Five Things I Never Knew Until TBEX Europe 2012 In Costa Brava

October 12, 2012

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Travel Bloggers, I can’t stress more about the need to attend conferences and interact with your peers.  You’d be amazed at how much more respect you receive once you’ve met someone in person whom you’ve communicated with online.  I did see/overhear a few people saying “Oh wow, I’ve “talked” with you online for almost two […]

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Get Your Virtual Pass for ProBlogger’s Event in Melbourne, Australia

October 8, 2012

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Melbourne, Australia seen from the Eureka Tower

Darren Rowse is a well known blogger from the very popular site ProBlogger.net.  I’ve met Darren in person at BlogWorld and he knows his stuff.  From 12 October to 13 October (Melbourne time), he is holding an event in Melbourne, Australia.  Sadly, the physical tickets are currently sold out, but he is offering a virtual […]

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The Importance Of Getting Out There And Meeting New People

October 5, 2012

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Porto sunset with bloggers

I recently attended Travel Bloggers Unite conference in Porto, Portugal.  The conference was well worth attending and the contacts and experiences I had were outstanding.  I can’t stress the importance of getting out there, meeting people and introducing your brand as well as sharing and learning from your peers plus building new experiences. If you […]

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Using liveblog plugin from Automattic at TBEX Europe in Girona

September 22, 2012

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TBEX Europe '12

I am testing liveblog plugin from Automattic. 8 Oct., 2012 – I don’t think it worked very well, so I will have to try it again when I’m at another event.  Stay tuned.

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Are You Attending World Travel Market 2012 in London This Year?

July 22, 2012

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A big part of becoming a Travel Blogger is networking and when you think you’ve done networking, network some more.  The World Travel Market being held in London, England at the Excel Center from 5-8 November, 2012 is an excellent place to do this. I first went to WTM last year (2011) on a suggestion […]

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Have You Ever Attended A WordCamp Conference?

July 15, 2012

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Wordcamp Edinburgh Castle with Olympic Rings

I’m currently at WordCamp UK in Edinburgh, Scotland, so its appropriate to write about why its important to attend your local WordCamps or one either close to you or in a city you are visiting. I’ve been going to WordCamps for a few years now, showing up in Boston, MA; San Francisco, CA and Victoria, […]

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