Journey blogs #lpHangout – Lonely Planet journey movies



On this G+ Hangout, Emma Sparks, Deputy Editor of lonelyplanet.com, talks to Lonely Planet Pathfinders John Schellhase (venture-spain.org) and Jodi Ettenberg (legalnomads.com) about how journey blogs can encourage and aid you plan your travels. In addition they talk about what makes a superb journey weblog and predict what journey blogs will seem like sooner or later.  

Blogs advisable by Jodi and John:

http://www.funnelogychannel.com/
http://behindthefoodcarts.com/

Helpful websites:
https://wordpress.com/
https://wordpress.org/
https://ghost.org/
http://www.squarespace.com/
http://pixabay.com/

To be taught extra in regards to the #LonelyPlanet Pathfinders programme, and to signal up, see right here: http://bit.ly/lpPathfinders

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This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. South India beauties include famous states like Kerala and Tamil Nadu. South India is famous for its cave temple complexes, Nature Ghats and colonial architecture. Explore the flavors of exotic spices and tea along with our old ancient invention of ayurvedic treatments. kindly visit https://www.viewholidaytrip.com/kerala-tour-packages

  2. Question for Jodi. I have been following your blog for a long time, and really love the fact that you take the time to write long form posts. As someone who is starting out in travel blogging and wanting to tell more stories rather than top 10's,as so many do.  What advice do you have for building a community when you're not trying to do what seems to be the popular traffic building posts.

  3. hey! Hello! How is the best platform to manage one travel blog or a good site, I have wordpress and I know if I continue on it or change to another one to share photos, videos, texts. Maybe livejournal??? How is that

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