As you can probably tell from the title of this post, today I’m not talking about the usual travel in Korea but the big and confusing world of blogging. Why am I doing this? Because the fantastic community over at Travel Blog Success are having a major sale on their blogging course and I wanted to let you know about it.

NOTE: this post was written during a specific sale at a specific time. The sale may not be on at the time you are reading this post. Travel Blog Success do have multiple sales per year so do check out the website if you are interested in the course.

If you’ve been wanting to take your blog to the next level this is the perfect time to start as after the sale ends today (Friday, 7pm EST) there will be a price increase on all Travel Blog Success courses. This course, and, almost more importantly, the community that comes with it, hold an incredible wealth of knowledge about travel, blogging, travel blogging, networking, making money and business tactics that, personally, I don’t see rivaled anywhere else.

Not convinced? Well let me point you in the direction of the people who have done it right and are willing to give away FREE advice about how. If you like what you read then know that you will get all that and more by signing up to Travel Blog Success. Most of these bloggers are even in the course themselves and participate in the secret Facebook group, helping people out all the time.

Kate McCulley from Adventurous Kate:

Kate talks about How to Start a Travel Blog in Six Easy Steps. From hosting to wordpress and the importance of starting an email list, this is an incredibly informative post to get you started.

Liz Carlson from Young Adventuress:

New Zealand expat and expert Liz asks ‘So You Want to Be a Travel Blogger Do you?’ and offers some great advice on how you can do it successfully and professionally. Her advice on working with businesses and brands is the best I’ve read anywhere.

Alex Baackes from Alex in Wanderland:

Alex opens up about how exactly she got to where she is today in her Ask Me Anything: Blogging Edition. Great read on the ins and outs of blogging as a career.

Tom Stockwell from Waegook Tom:

Fellow ESL teacher and traveller Tom discusses the dos and don’ts of the tricky social media world in this Top Ten Social Media Tips for Bloggers. Despite using social media on a day to day basis in our private lives, I think people find this the hardest to understand when it comes to blogging. I know I did and Tom’s tips were super helpful.

Kim Dinan from So Many Places:

Kim writes an incredibly thorough list of 30 Lessons Learned from 3 Years of Blogging.

So, there you have it. This little list of big blogs are, for me, the best pieces of advice out there right now and if you  want another place where you can find all this and so much more than I cannot recommend Travel Blog Success more. What are you waiting for? Find out if they are having a sale HERE.

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