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Next Stop, Vegas: Speaking at the ASTA Travel Bloggers Show

 Next Stop, Vegas: Speaking at the ASTA Travel Bloggers Show

Hey Adventures,

Over the weekend I had the opportunity to speak at the Central Florida Bloggers Conference. It was a great afternoon meeting new bloggers, but more importantly, it was the perfect venue to get some feedback for an even bigger conference I’ll be speaking at in September…

ASTA Travel Blogger Show

The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) is hosting their second Travel Blogger Show (with support from Tripatini). I had the pleasure of attending last year and learned quite a bit (like this and this). Now, a year later, I’ll be a featured speaker at the conference and will share all that I’ve learned over the past year.

My presentation is entitled, “Beyond Guest Posting: Broadening Your Audience Through Increasing Brand Awareness“. It’s a longer version of the talk I just gave here in Orlando.

What You’ll Learn

With over two years of blogging, I’ve seen this small hobby quickly turn into a full-fledged business. The presentation is aimed at beginning-to-intermediate travel bloggers and will share some of the techniques I’ve found successful to help my traffic grow by over 300% in less than a year! Some of the topics I’ll be discussing will include:

  • Developing Content On Your Site
  • Bringing Your Content Off Your Site
  • Engaging in Travel Blog Communities

Register Here… and Now!

If you’re a travel blogger and would like to attend the conference, you can register here. I’d love to see you there! Speaking of which…

I’ll see you out there…!




Brilliant, Ben, what an achievement. And don’t forget to open your talk with that WIDE GRIN!!!


I think I’ll just stand there for a full five minutes.


Thanks Shirlene. I’ll find a way to get the content out there in the future.

Jeremy Branham

Congrats Ben and best of luck with the conference! Look forward to hearing more about it!


Thanks Jeremy. Would love your feedback ahead of time.


Kudos, Ben….that’s quite a big step that you’re taking in your career. Keep up the good work!