Announcing a New and Improved Travel Blog Success

by Dave on January 7, 2013 · 0 comments

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Today, I’m excited to announce the merger of Travel Blog Success (TBS) with Michael Tieso’s Art of Travel Blogging (AOTB).

By uniting the two communities, Michael and I believe we can offer a more complete solution for travelers looking to learn how to build, market, and make money from their travel blogs.

The new and improved community will include over 500 members, and continue to operate under the Travel Blog Success name.

In addition to written lessons, audio interviews with top travel bloggers, and video webinars, Travel Blog Success will feature an array of services, including managed WordPress support, website optimization, and general design and technical support (additional costs apply).

Our goal going forward is to provide trustworthy, reliable, and reasonably priced support for travelers trying to grow and improve their blogs.

To implement the changes, Travel Blog Success will be taken offline at 8 AM (EST) Friday, January 11, 2013. We estimate the site to be back online, and open to existing and new members, as of 8 AM (EST), Monday, January 14, 2013.

If you are an existing member, please click here for information about how these changes will affect you.

If you’re an existing affiliate, please click here.

And if you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment on this post and we’d be happy to answer them.

About the Author:

is the author of 1752 posts on Go Backpacking.

Dave is Editor and Founder of Go Backpacking and Medellin Living, and the Co-founder of Travel Blog Success. Follow him on Twitter @rtwdave or Google+

The Travel Blog Success community offers practical resources and personal support to help you build a better travel blog.

Whether you treat blogging as a hobby, or dream of building a location independent business, you'll learn what's required to create a name for yourself in the online travel world.

Benefits of Joining:

  1. Personal support from Dave, including site critiques and tips on negotiating advertising deals.
  2. Ability to learn from others' mistakes, and save yourself time, energy and money.
  3. Chance to network with other travel bloggers of all levels, from around the world.

Click here to learn more.

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