Free Blog Critique for TBA Subscribers (Plus Movie Trivia)

It’s been a helluva trip, huh?

I really hope you’ve learned a lot so far… and believe me, there’s more to come.

In the next lesson I’m interviewing a top travel blogger… and I’m not pulling any punches. No fluff. No rambling. Just hard-hitting advice on improving your travel blog.

So you’ve got that going for you… which is nice.

In the meantime, I want to thank you. Seriously. You’ve read over 20,000 words so far (assuming you’re reading each email) and I’ve gotten a HUGE positive response to this free course. People are launching travel blogs with a kick-ass business model: create content, build relationships, solve problems.

And get paid.

But I still get a lot of questions. I try to answer them, but words only take you so far. So I figured the best thing to do would be to offer…

A Free Blog Critique!

Yep, if you shoot me an email at adam AT travelbloggeracademy DOT com you’ll be eligible for a free 30 minute critique of your travel blog.

During that time we can discuss whatever you want.

For example, I can help you:

  • Get more traffic
  • Monetize your site
  • Improve search engine rankings
  • Speed up your blog
  • Step up your writing to create and keep an audience

Or anything else you want to talk about.

Remember, this is totally free. All I ask is that we record the critique and share it with other TBA readers. That way everyone gets to learn!

Here’s How To Apply

Shoot me an email at adam AT travelbloggeracademy DoT com and include your three biggest challenges. This could be SEO, traffic, revenue, copywriting or anything else we’ve discussed in this course. Then, we’ll get on a Skype call and discuss how you can improve them!

Remember, there are a limited number of critiques available so please don’t delay.

Oh, and here’s a special bonus tip: in this email there is a reference to Caddyshack (one of the greatest films EVER). If you correctly identify it, you’ll be bumped to the front of the line.

So what are you waiting for?! Apply now!

To your successful travel blog,

Adam Costa

Editor in Chief, Travel Blogger Academy

P.S. This is part of a 24 part course on travel blogging. If you haven’t already, sign up for it now.