Travel Vlogger at Paradise Adventures
Looking forward to sharing content. Ideas and helping out,
Japan, Switzerland, and Iceland.
Collaborating with brands.
Culture, Adventure, Food
I'm working for iDrive4x4 and we are setting up our affiliate program. 💭 Our dream: Big and small travel bloggers from Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Oman and Georgia promote travel by 4x4 with rooftent, sending their readers to idrive4x4.com and earning commission once they book. I'm being overwhelmed by the amount of Affiliate Marketing Software Platforms that present themselves online. Some are really expensive, others more affordable. We need to choose one, but we are not ready to invest 1000s of euros into this. I think there is maximum of 100 euros a month and 500 euros for installation. Which affordable platform can we use that travel bloggers are also comfortable with? Examples of platforms I found are: AffiliateWP: https://affiliatewp.com/ FirstPromoter: https://firstpromoter.com/ Tradedoubler: https://grow.tradedoubler.com/ Leaddyno: https://www.leaddyno.com/pricing Awin: https://www.awin.com/ And many many more... 👉 Would love to hear from travel bloggers what they recom...
In response to last week's newsletter titled "Is Food Tourism making a comeback?" Food tourism has always been a part of the travel experience and it's not new. Since 2015, I have been writing about local and authentic food experiences on Authentic Food Quest, a food and travel website I co-founded at www.authenticfoodquest.com The goal has always been and continues to be about inspiring people to seek out local food and culinary activities on their travels. We share content about cooking classes, food and wine tours, recipes of emblematic dishes all aimed at helping people experience local culture through food. Since the pandemic and also keeping with the rise in travel, we've seen an increased consumption in our content. And, when traveling and participating in various culinary activities around the world, we see more people and a higher interest in learning about local foods and drinks. The key is not to make food tourism a "passing fad." The plat du jour that will be replac...