Launch of Travel Blog Success


Travel Blog Success

Yesterday I announced the launch of Travel Blog Success, a new website and community aimed at helping travelers build successful blogs.

Click here to learn more, or sign up.

In 2009, my travel blog success resulted in online earnings of more than $10,000, plus I was offered a blogging trip to Colombia to help promote tourism.

I don’t say these things to brag.  I say them to encourage other travelers to join me in taking advantage of the shifting media landscape.

How It Works

Travel Blog Success is an online course consisting of 12 core lessons, covering important topics such as choosing a domain name, building an engaged audience, search engine optimization, and how to make money online.

Unlike other blogging courses and eBooks, this program addresses issues topics to travel blogging, such as mobile technology, and keeping up with a blog while always on the move in foreign countries.

Travel Blog Success includes its own Blog where additional tips and audio interviews with subject matter experts are posted regularly.  To kick off the interview series, I spoke with Mike, Editor of Vagabondish, about the importance of web design to a travel blog’s success.

To ensure every member has direct access to me, plus a way to ask questions, network with others travel bloggers, and collaborate, there is a lively Forum.  I invited a few experienced travel blogger friends to join us there.

I’m offering an introductory rate for the first 100 members who join.  After that, a price increase is likely because I want to ensure I can continue to offer personal support to everyone who joins.  Membership comes with a 60-day money back guarantee.

If you have any questions, please leave a comment below, or send me a private message (via the contact form). I’ll get back to you promptly.

You can read more, and sign up here.


PS – I’d really appreciate it if you can help me get the word out, either by sharing this post or a link directly to Travel Blog Success ( on your favorite social media site, such as Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon, or your blog.

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  1. Good link dave. Would love to contribute to other blogs just not own mine. I can barely contain my already roaring e multiple personalities. Speaking of one, I used my tacky dbag persona lastnight on a pretty petite cutey I met in the salsa bar in centro. Tried all my litmus test jokes to see whats really ticks her only to find she´s way too timid and cool for me. Pity for she had beautiful hairy forearms. Cheers mate

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