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I came across Spencer Spellman about a year ago when I was looking for interesting travel bloggers to profile on my 40 Flightsters You Should Know About post. Spencer stood out to me because he wasn’t just writing about the places he was visiting. He always found a way of incorporating a great story into his writing. He shared some from his experience as a travel blogger. Here are some highlights:
  • The Evolution from Writer to Travel Blogger
  • How to Significantly Improve Travel Content
  • Understanding the “Click” Factor that Causes Relationships
  • Why Travel Companies Are Terrible at Social Media
  • Numerous Opportunities that Have Resulted - All from Relationships
  • Why You Don’t Need Massive Numbers to Get Great Work
Spencer Spellman is The Traveling Philosopher. He is a traveling writer/blogger, dabbles in social media, and is a junkie of food trucks, golf, sarcasm, and Chuck Taylors. You can follow him on twitter @spencerspellman. ***BlogWorld Special Discount*** BlogWorld is the premiere networking and education event for bloggers of all levels and BlogWorld LA is coming up in November. Click here and enter code "BLOGCAST20" to save 20% off any Conference pass, or use code "BLOGCAST50" to save 50% off Expo passes. Srini, Sid, and the BlogcastFM team will be there, so come join us!

Originally aired over 5 years ago.

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