“Wow, you have a great life!” “What do you mean work? You never work.” You travel around the world having adventures and fun.” “It must be awesome to just travel all the time” “Your living the dream” That’s some of the comments we hear from people when we talk of our life as a travel blogger. Many of these observations may be true, however people also don’t realize just how much work goes into running a travel blog. ‘We went [...]
We’ve had a lot of requests to write a post about how to use StumbleUpon. This can be one of the most exciting tools in driving traffic to your site. So here is a step by step guide on what we do each week when using StumbleUpon.
Did you know that you can get Canada’s Adventure Couple in your email or reader daily? A feedreader is a place where you can see all your favourite blogs at once through RSS – Really Simple Syndication.
Finding a sponsor for your travel blog is an important part of achieving success in your field. We have found the working on partnerships and developing relationships with our sponsors has been of great value not only from our past adventures but for all of our future travels.
The past few months have seen a lot of changes here at ThePlanetD and the first order of business was a major overhaul of our website. Cosmetically, we have only made subtle changes but navigationally, user experience and organization, we have changed dramatically.
Have you ever had a £2000 phone bill? That was a message we saw on facebook from a fellow Mongol Rallier after returning to England from Mongolia.
People are starting to take notice of the clout that bloggers have and we want to share just how powerful social media is companies can benefit from partnering with bloggers.
Over this past year we have been fortunate enough to have been invited on several press trips.We have learned a lot during these trips, At the same time we made a lot of mistakes.
According to Wikipedia there are now upwards of 295,000 apps now available in the Android marketplace; not bad considering there were only 2.300 available this time (March) two years ago (2009).
Setting up a mobile phone in Bangkok is easy. When entering a new country we buy a SIM card like True Move, and set up our cell phone. Our unlocked iPhone and a newly purchased SIM works perfectly for emails, international and local calls.