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How BlogFrog Monetizes the Massive Influence of Women Bloggers

How BlogFrog Monetizes the Massive Influence of Women Bloggers How do you get to be called the largest women-blogger network in the country? You believe in what BlogFrog CEO and co-founder , Rustin Banks, says: “Elevated authentic editorial brought to you by a brand is the future.” What’s he talking about? He’s talking about sponsored conversations with a very large ... Read More »

​Women ‘Family Travel’ Bloggers Rule

Women Family Travel Bloggers Rule the Internet Used to be they were called “mommybloggers,” but that was before their Klout scores soared and corporations avidly courted them. And while I may be exaggerating, I’m not by much. This group of bright, engaged mothers (and some dads) who travel with their kids and run homes and blog, now run the family ... Read More »

Apple Ends Boring Visitor Information Centers

Apple Ends Boring Visitor Information Centers One of the vexing ironies of travel is that Visitor Information Centers (VIC) do little to nothing to enhance or promote the destination they represent. If anything, they can be a “turn off” for the destination. Visitor centers are usually some functional building filled with tired staffers surrounded by lots of brochures, a few ... Read More »

Battle of the Review Giants: HolidayCheck vs. TripAdvisor

Battle of the Review Giants: HolidayCheck vs. TripAdvisor In the unfolding drama of  TripAdvisor vs. Fake Reviews that has played out in various travel publications, HolidayCheck has upped the stakes by trumpeting its differences with TripAdvisor relative to the integrity of hotel reviews. In fact, the Swiss-based online travel portal, Europe’s largest, wasted no time in setting out its marketing ... Read More »

Images of Fall

Images of Fall The magic and mystery of Fall can be found in so many places…late Fall is haunting in the Isle of Skye Breath stealing, in Sedona We almost take Fall for granted here in New England, but I found her playing beautifully with the morning frost in Cedar Falls, Ohio. then dancing a last dance by the ocean…here ... Read More »

Istanbul, Cross, Crescent and Spires w/Video

Istanbul, Cross, Crescent and Spires w/Video Istanbul is twice the size of New York city and is remarkably free of crime – safer, perhaps, than most major American cities. If you’ve never been to a Middle Eastern metropolis, this may be the one to visit first. Hopefully,  your first glimpse will be the skyline at dusk, and you may  never ... Read More »

Hugh Lane Art Gallery, Dublin, Ireland-Audio PostCard

The Dublin, Ireland, “City Gallery The Hugh Lane” in Dublin. Ireland, houses Ireland’s country’s greatest collection of modern art. The Hugh Lane is also the oldest gallery of modern art and home to the studio of one of Ireland’s greatest artists, Francis Bacon. The Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane is a gem of a museum that is not only ... Read More »

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