Work with Travelling Jezebel!
Well hello there! My name is Danielle Leigh and I am the blogger behind Travelling Jezebel. I have been travelling for over 4 years, being nomadic for the vast majority of that time, and I don’t see myself stopping any time soon!
I am very experienced with long-term travel, solo and budget travel, and my expertise lies within the more off-the-beaten-path destinations in Europe. For almost 3 years I have discovered lesser-known European destinations, and have actually spent time living and volunteering in Poland, Montenegro and Sicily (Italy). This combination of slow travel and (mostly) volunteer work has provided me with a richer understanding of these destinations than I would have experienced had I moved a lot faster.
With Travelling Jezebel, I hope to encourage more people to forget destinations already plagued by overtourism and take a risk. Instead of Rome, choose Palermo. Rather than Prague, choose Lviv. If you’re considering Greece, give Albania a try.
I am also incredibly passionate about human rights, particularly modern day slavery, and I love that I can use my platform to educate and spread the word so that people are aware of just how human trafficking thrives all over the world, and what they can do to help. Some of my most popular articles about modern day slavery rank at #1 on Google, including this one about modern day slavery in Dubai, and this one about human trafficking and nail salons.
Who are Travelling Jezebel’s readers?
Travelling Jezebel’s audience is a highly engaged team of loyal readers. I have created a solid and organic community of readers with no bots and/or tricks, increasing my traffic by more than 2500% in just 6 months (June 2019 traffic compared to December 2019). All of the figures below are accurate as of January 2020.
Key Markets: United States 30% United Kingdom 20%
Gender: 51% male 49% female
Age Range: 25-34 (40%)
Monthly Pageviews: 37,200
Social Media Fans: 12,000
‘Just wanted to say that I’m loving your Poland posts. I’m going to Wroclaw for a long weekend in a few weeks and I’ve been trawling through your must do/see lists. I’ll be honest, I’d never heard of it, but after Googling and looking through your posts it looks really nice, I’m excited!’ Catherine, UK
‘Saw your blog and since then been reading about Poland, and guess what…. I’m going to Poland with some mates! Can’t wait.’ Antony, UK
‘After reading your review I visited The Cosy Club today and I was not disappointed. The food was excellent and the service second to none. Thank you for enticing me to visit this lovely place.’ Carole, UK
‘My girlfriend and I are on Koh Rong at the moment and have been using your guide quite a lot! We went on Adam’s adventures and had a blast. […] Thanks for the guide.’ Charlie
So, how can we work together?
I am always open to working with tourism boards and travel businesses, as well as with other creators. This blog’s niche is lesser-known destinations (mostly in Europe but open to anywhere!), cultural exchanges and local cuisine. I am especially passionate about working with small businesses.
If you would like to work with me then please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief outlining your ideas! Please note that I do not accept guest posts (unless they include highly relevant content to my site and are fully optimised) or sponsored link placements.
I would be happy to send you my media kit via email if you would like any further information!