Monetize You: Multimedia Travel Pros’ & Influencers’ Insights
Interested in joining the thriving movement of influencers and travel blogging but don’t know where to start? Join #NIMRI for a night of networking and hear from top travel content creators & influencers as they answer questions such as:
- How do you gain followers?
- What are the best platforms for travel bloggers and/or influencers in other sectors?
- How hard is it to break into the business at this point?
Adapt their insights to help you succeed:
- What it really takes to make money in this business
- Gaining sponsorships & free stuff
- Taking advantage of multiple revenue streams
Whether you’re an aspiring influencer or looking to gain sponsorships to support your enthusiastic hobby, don’t miss out on this FREE talk. The easiest way to kickstart a new adventure is to hear from the pros first.
Meet the Panelists
Tamara Gruber of We3Travel
We3Travel is designed to inspire families to explore the world by providing tips, reviews, destination information, and sample itineraries that make family vacation planning easier.
Since 2013, this family of three has been showing parents how, with a little planning and preparation, they can take kids anywhere — and have fun! From the cathedrals of Europe to the rainforests of Costa Rica to the battlefields of Gettysburg, we are raising a global citizen, one trip at a time. We3Travel was named one of the Top 20 Family Travel Blogs in 2015 by Holiday Lettings (a TripAdvisor Company).
Priscilla Pilon of Weekend in Paris
Though she travels the world, Priscilla is an admitted Paris addict. She began her career as a food and travel writer through her own personal trips and her time spent living and working abroad. Her 20+ year passion for Paris led to the creation of the hugely successful site, TheWeekendInParis.com. Priscilla is the Senior Travel Editor of LuxeGetaways and Contributor for Upscale Living Magazine.
Priscilla’s priority is her reader. She states her truthful opinions and looks for the unique and unusual to recommend to them. Her writing style is such that readers look at her articles more as word of mouth advice from a “friend” than a strangers’ anonymous review. She cherishes the many comments and letters she receives from peers and readers on how grateful they were for recommendations, advice and travel tips.
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