IMM Review – Is the International Media Marketplace Worth it to Bloggers?

International Media Marketplace is a premier event for travel media and tourist boards that occurs in New York City each January.

While new, this one picked up steam as being one of the must-attend events of the years for writers (bloggers included), and in 2019 I made my way out to check out the show after missing it the few years prior.

In this one, I wanted to share a bit more about what the experience is like.

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Interact Quiz Review – Using Quiz Software as a Navigation Tool

Interact is a quiz software that is designed to provide answers based on a brief question set while also collecting emails for your existing newsletter subscription.

We love the idea of these quizzes for blogging, but use them a little bit differently. We use ours as a navigation tool!

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TravelCon Review – A Travel Bloggers Conference to Seriously Consider

TravelCon is a new conference for travel bloggers put on by the team behind Nomadic Matt- one of the world's most popular travel blogs.

The first conference took place in late 2018 in Austin, Texas, and offered three full days of sessions, networking opportunities, events, and more (in similar construct to the competing conference TBEX which has been around for the better part of a decade).

But as TBEX has had a somewhat bad reputation as being too beginner friendly, TravelCon stepped in to try and cater to all blogging skill levels- be it beginner, intermediate, or advanced. Naturally, I was intrigued and was fortunate enough to check out the conference after winning a ticket from my ad network (and event sponsor), Mediavine.

So, is TravelCon worth it? We share the highlights and pitfalls in this full review!

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