The Travel Blogger Checklist for Travel Trade Fairs
by Celia Abernethy in Travelpostrepeat.com
Things to know and what to expect before going to a travel trade fair
Once your travel blog or free-lance writing starts growing, a little bit of revenue starts coming in, and you realize that your readers are not only your friends and family, you will find it takes more and more time and effort as well as expense to keep it updated and engaging for your audience.
Whether you decide to run your blog writing as a side business or turn it into a full-time job, you will need some form of sponsorship and revenue (unless of course, you are independently wealthy, in which case you don’t need to read on any further).
I went to my first travel fair, TTG in Rimini, Italy to present myself and my work to potential clients with the aim of finding companies interested in being featured in one of my blogs[...]