Hey! I’m Elena, Head of Marketing at Travelpayouts – a travel partnership platform. We help travel bloggers earn money on travel content aimed at inspiring people to travel more. Right now we’re looking for experienced travel bloggers who have made travel blogging their full-time job and are experts in SEO, content marketing, and traffic. If you’re ready to take your blog to the next level and want to share your expertise with others, DM me email@example.com and let's talk about it.
Hi there, we’ve recently surveyed 1000+ travel bloggers and found that 32% have thought about changing their career and over half have experienced burnout! In the words of one travel content creator participating in the survey “It's a job that never ends. Finding a balance between my real-life activities and responsibilities has become a constant challenge” whilst others spoke of the “loneliness” of the career. That’s why we at Travelpayouts came up with a term for this: 'blogxiety.' It's when bloggers feel burnt out or anxious because of the challenges they face beyond content creation. 👉 What makes you anxious as a travel blogger? PS: We recognize the serious issue of blogxiety and are dedicated to addressing it to help content creators hit their targets without hurting their health. 27th of July we’re throwing our very first Travelpayouts Blogxiety Retreat (RSVP at https://special.travelpayouts.com/blogxiety).
I tried www.copy.ai today — an artificial intelligence content generator. I've been sceptical about such tools and this is the first time I've tried one out. I was shocked at how good the results were! It was almost impossible to think that the content was created in just 10 seconds by an AI tool. And it made me think what does this mean for the travel writing industry... 🤖 Do you think AI-based content generators are going to replace travel writers and storytellers? Curious to see what you think. Do you use an AI writing tool in your content creation process? Or are you completely against them?