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Introduction (Video 1)5:09
Types of Posts (Video 2)4:21
Types of Posts (Video 3)3:21
Types of Posts (Video 4)3:37
Types of Posts (Video 5)3:01
Types of Posts (Video 6)4:01
Types of Posts (Video 7)3:54
Types of Posts (Video 8)3:42
The Final Task1:54
About This Class
You don’t have to travel 365 days a year to be a travel blogger. Yup, seriously.
Sure, there are travel bloggers out there who are 100% nomad but there are also plenty of travel bloggers out there — let's be real, probably more — who aren’t. They enjoy a job that keeps them in one city most of the year...they prefer living close to family members...they are sorting out finances before making a move...or they only have 2 weeks of vacation a year. (Sound familiar? Keep readin'.)
Whether you aspire to one day travel every day of the year or you simply enjoy travel writing as a hobby, how can you successfully blog about travel when you’re not traveling? It’s a unique form of writer’s block to feel like you have no experiences or travel stories to write about simply because it’s been a little while since your last trip. But to be even remotely successful at travel blogging, you also have to be consistently publishing content. What’s a travel blogger to do?
Well, I’m here to help you kick that writer’s block's ass and get content and posts queued up in your editorial calendar. By the end of this course, you will have a plethora of different types of posts to create and different brainstorming techniques so that you can write regular content for your blog, no matter how much you travel. You simply have to know how to dig up that content and use it in the best way possible.
So open up a new text document on your computer or grab a pen and paper, and let’s get started!
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This is a helpful course, even if you don't plan on being a travel blogger. You can still take the concepts and apply them to other mediums and genres. Well done!
Student, Musician, Creative
Plenty of inspiration and the homework is actually fun! Perfect for anyone interested in travel writing.
I appreciated how simple the breakdown of each task was. During each video, it was very easy to follow along with Theresa. I felt like the pace of the video was not too easy so I could get distracted from it nor was it so fast that I felt overwhelmed. I would definitely recommend this class to others.
I'm Theresa, a travel blogger and freelance writer living in Los Angeles, CA. I help people create more adventure in their lives every day, around the world and in their own backyards through my blog, Tremendous Times. My work has appeared and been shared by The Burning Man organization, HOW Design Magazine, The Dieline, LunaLuna Magazine, The Examiner, Elite Daily, and more.
* Appeared on HuffPost Live to discuss the changes in the Burning Man community
* Speaker at the sold out Women in Travel Summit 2015
* Appeared on the HPL Podcast with Brooke Schoenman to discuss a trip where she took only her purse
* Snorkeled in 35° water in between tectonic plates in Silfra and wrote sponsored posts about her journey