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My first taste of the world of work

After the last three years spent mollycoddled in the safety of my student bubble, the time had eventually come for me at the start of this month to enter “the real world.” That’s right, after one final summer of freedom, it was time for me to get a job. And what I’ve found so far […]
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ASA Launch New Guidelines for Social Media Influencers

Last week the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) launched a brand new guide to help social media influencers understand and keep to the rules when posting. The ASA’s Influencer guide (or read the full news post by the ASA) has been developed in collaboration of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) with the aim of helping influencers […]
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How to work with brands as a micro-influencer

The travel blogging world can sometimes seem an overwhelming one, especially if you don’t have a huge following on social media.  In such a competitive industry it is easy to think that brands won’t be interested in working with those who only have a small following.  But all that is changing with the rise of […]
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Super Easy Press Trip Reporting for Instagram with Google Sheets

So you’ve just finished a big campaign, your posts on Instagram have some great engagement. Time to grab a cup of tea and put your feet up right? Well, no… time to get your own social media reporting in order! Brands and PR’s are always impressed if bloggers/Instagrammers are prepared with the right information when […]
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Working for Free is Bullsh*t!

“Don’t work for free”, “Free doesn’t pay my mortgage”, Are all phrases you’ll often heard spouted on a fairly regular basis by many in the blogging world. It seems that it pays (literally) to position yourself as someone who doesn’t do any work for free and demands payment for everything… even when it isn’t actually […]
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Traverse and Spain Tourism sent 8 influencers to Northern Spain to experience this unique destination. They'll be exploring this diverse region and discovering the cities, food & wine, culture and the unspoilt landscapes. From the 'Rías Baixas' of Galicia to the Bay of Biscay, Green Spain travels the north coast of the Iberian Peninsula through four autonomous regions: Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria and the Basque Country.
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Princess Cruises Campaign #DISCOVERWITHPRINCESS

Traverse and Princess Cruises are sending eight talented content creators and influencers on very special cruise from Barcelona to Pisa. This epic cruise on the luxurious Crown Princess will visit Gibraltar, Marseille and Genoa before docking in Pisa.
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