Hey there! If you’re on this page you’re likely here because you’re likely interested in working with me.
If that’s the case, may I say you’re looking absolutely lovely today and your eyebrows are on fleek. If that’s not the case, your eyebrows are still on fleek and I’m happy to share more about my blog with you anyway 😉
Hopefully you’ve read my About page know about me and why I blog.I ‘ve built up a lovely community of young travelers on my blog and across my social medias, from my college travels to my life in Dubai, to my current home in Washington, DC. Not many 23-year-olds travel the world as much as I do (and I’m incredibly privileged to do so).
To collaborate with me is to reach a very unique market of travelers. With more than 38% of my audience being in the 18-24 year age range, I cater to and attract the younger generation.
My Young Travelers Network (YTN) series specifically is geared towards Generation Y, and the series is my blog’s baby. I interview young travelers age <26, and share their incredible travel stories. With more than 300+ YTN blog subscribers and 500+ involved in the Young Travelers Network Facebook Group, I’m truly creating a community.
To work with me is to receive content that is youthful yet well-written, easily digestible yet page turning, and most importantly engaging. I can code-switch between the 20-something Twitter slang that I interact in on a day-to-day basis, and a professional travel blogging voice that is still my own.
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My Media Kit:
I’m always open to knew ways to collaborate—the more adventurous, the better! But here are some of ideas on how I can work together.
Available to collaborate via:
- Reviews on: accommodations, festivals, concerts, restaurants, tours, travel products, etc.
- Press trip
- Gen Z digital marketing and consulting
- Brand Ambassadorship
- Social media management/takeovers
- Sponsored posts
- Guest posts on your website
- Web advertisement
- Freelance writing
- Affiliate marketing
- Public speaking
- Corporate trainings
- & more 🙂
So what do you think? Ready to collab? You contact me through this form, or directly at gabby [at] packslight [dot] com.
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