Becky the Traveller
A hard-working, highly organised professional. My corporate background in banking as a Personal Assistant means I am reliable delivering work commitments in line with your business. I am an enthusiastic and determined individual with excellent people and communication skills.
I create detailed, informative posts on my destinations in an easy to read style. I appreciate good photography and ensure I showcase my best pictures.
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How can we work together?
- Press Trips
- Product, tour and accommodation reviews
- Sponsored posts
- Partnerships & ambassador programmes
- Guest posts
- Instagram takeovers
- Freelance content writing
- Social media management and consultation
I also create bespoke packages tailored to your needs. If there is an additional project you would like me to work with please contact me.
***Please note all sponsored posts are ‘no-follow’ links. Please do not email if you are looking for ‘do-follow’ links. Thanks***
how much does it cost?
All my costs are tailored depending on your requirements. Prices are based on an hourly or project rate depending on the work that you would like me to do.
Discounts available for long-term projects. Please contact me for more information.
Would you like to know more about my readers?
My audience is made up mainly of readers from the UK and USA. With Canada, Australia, India and European countries mostly making up the rest of my audience.
My readers are passionate about travel and love nature and the outdoors. They also love the photos I share on social media of my travels to inspire new places to visit.
Social Media and Reader stats
*Updated December 2018. For latest readership and social media numbers. Please contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org or (contact form below) to click here for a copy of my Media Kit.
What do my readers say?
Duane (via email) – “To begin, I want to thank you for taking the time to both
correspond with me about our upcoming trip to England
and Wales — we made our reservations last night —
as well as the helpful additions you have made to your
Your greatest gift to your fellow traveler/hiker is twofold: One you
really do enjoy the hikes/walks you have been on and want us to
have the same experience. This is by far the most important part
of your communication to us as you have made us see how these
walks are not only possible but worth the effort.
Second, through your first person accounts — along with the pictures,
links and other data you provide — hikers of all ages and abilities can
utilize your site (almost exclusively) as they plan for their upcoming trips.
Celia Durham (via Facbook Messenger) – “Hello Becky, I am doing a charity hike next year – Mount Toubkal, and I found your diary to be hugely inspiring and also daunting because I am definitely NOT a walker, hiker, jogger or anything remotely like that. And given my age (70’s ) I reckon I’ll have a bit of training to do before then. Anyhow, thank you for inspiring me.” (Hiking Mt Toubkal in the Atlas Mountains)
Tasha Jacqueline (via blog comments) – “Just wanted to say that your post inspired me to book a weekend away there in December! Thanks so much, I can’t wait!” (Best time to visit Donna Nook Seal Colony)
Joseph Winchester (via Facebook review) – “The blog is so helpful!! You can find everything you need …. like everything from the weather to parking places all around Iceland if you’re preparing your trip to this country you have to see her wonderful blog. Thanks, Becky ” (Iceland posts)
Darren Knotts (via Facebook review) – “Thank you for all your advice, thanks to you my Iceland trip is much easier to plan” (Iceland posts)
Lici (via blog comments) – “Wow I loved this blog! You made me crack up and it was useful info. I will be going to visit Marrakech next month so I glad I ran into your blogs. Thanks and keep up the good work!” (First experience in a Moroccan Hamman)
Katie (via blog comments) – “You might remember me from Instagram (we were talking about spider phobias hehe). Thought I would check out your website (which is fantastic!) This is a great post. I’d love to hike Ben Nevis one day. When I was there we arrived late in the day so it was a bit of an inappropriate time to start the hike! Your photos look great and the tips will definitely be handy if I ever make it back there.” (Ben Nevis Walk in Scotland – Hiking solo up UK’s highest mountain!)
Eniko (via blog comments) – “This is great, as I am actually planning a trip to the Peak District during the bank holiday in May. Very useful information about the trail, accommodation and most importantly about public transport, as we will be coming from London by train!” (Castleton walks in the Peak District, UK)
Jennifer (via blog comments) – “This is so helpful. I’m going to be in Limoges for two days this August. Thanks for the ideas!” (Things to do in Limoges, France)
June (via blog comments) – “Hi Becky lovely post and great photos! I too am a big penguin lover and I am heading there this year! May I know what is the focal length of the lens you used? I have a 70-300mm lens and I wonder if it would be adequate.” (Where to see King Penguins in Chile)
Josy (via blog comments) – “I am so, so impressed Becky! This sounds awful and amazing in equal (well…maybe not equal) measure!! Do you think it would have been easier to sleep in a bed in the hostel at the bottom of Snowdon and wake up early to do the first couple of hours? That way you could be warm and sleep well before you got started? I love the idea of having strategically parked cars loaded with supplies as well!” (Welsh 3000s Challenge, Snowdonia National Park)
Mikaela (via blog comments) – “Hi! Thank you for the helpful post! My husband and I leave in just a few days and are quite nervous about driving in downpouring rain, with wind and fog, due to all of the rain they’ve been getting! Did you run into any of this? We are particularly concerned that the driving/weather conditions in the Eastern Fjords might scare us off of going there, so we’d love your input!” (Driving in Iceland)
Who has Becky the traveller worked with?
what do my Clients say?
Cotton and Olive
Ilgen Paydas, Marketing Manager at Cotton and Olive
“I had a chance to know and work with Becky as a travel blogger. She kindly accepted to do the product review of Cotton & Olive’s Hammam Towels as travel towels. She is a meticulous person paying genuine attention to the details which in my opinion makes a huge difference in the readers’ experience.
Becky’s holistic approach to the review of the product was something worth mentioning too. She not only lives with the product she is reviewing but also put the company and their ethos under the lens. The reader will find lots of info not only about the product but also about the company and what they represent.
She made a very honest and whole-hearted review of Cotton & Olive and the towels. It was a pleasure working with Becky who clearly has a great flair for life and travelling as a lifestyle. Thank you, Becky!”
Read the Cotton and Olive review here.
Thorey at Glacier Adventure
“We at Glacier Adventure really like working with Becky. We first met her when she was travelling around Iceland and took one of our tours. After the tour, she wrote an article about her experience, that we liked really much.
She has now written a few articles for us to post on our own website. Becky is very professional and it’s good to work with her. ”
Click here to read my ‘Hiking a Glacier’ article
Glacier Adventure portfolio
Beautiful tourist spots west from Hali Country Hotel
Beautiful tourist spots east from Hali Country Hotel
What to do before and after your glacier walk
Ice caves in Iceland – All you need to know
Natural Ice Caves
Driving in winter in Iceland
The Star Bunkhouse
Emma, Owner at The Star Bunkhouse
“Becky is obviously well-travelled, fun and easy to talk to, and full of enthusiasm for wherever she is in the world. We wouldn’t hesitate in recommending her as a completely trustworthy guest, and she would be welcome back anytime.
Becky promoted our bunkhouse and our location across her social media platforms as promised and spent the time to create an open and honest review of our facilities, beautifully illustrated with her professional photographs.
Becky also kindly and unexpectedly passed some of her photos on to us so that we could use them too!”
Click here to read my review of The Star Bunkhouse
Female Travel Bloggers
Susanna Kelly, Instagram Manager, & Co-Owner of Female Travel Bloggers
“Becky willingly volunteers her time to the online blogging group called Female Travel Bloggers. Most of her time is spent aiding our Instagram account in growth, but she frequently goes above and beyond to monitor and enforce group guidelines, answers blogging questions and help out where she can. Since she joined our team we have seen our Instagram follower increase by thousands, we’ve seen an increase in engagement and more consistent posting.
Since I started working with her I can tell she has a very driven, determined and genuine work ethic and is dedicated to her pursuit of blogging and content creation. Anyone who has the honor of working with Becky will receive personalized service and will not be disappointed.”
How to start working with Becky the Traveller?
Have you read my ‘About Me’ page and think we would work well together? Here’s how to get started.
Contact me for a complimentary, no-obligation consult. You can do that at the bottom of this email via the contact form or simply email email@example.com.
Watch your email for questions from me. Before we agree to work together, I’d like to know a bit about you and what you’d like to get out of working with me.
Wait for my email, I will provide a detailed plan including rates for working together. I will use the opportunity to make sure we’re the perfect fit before you commit.
Then we’ll get started. If you decide to work with me, I’ll tell you the exact steps for getting started. If you decide not to work with me or if we aren’t a perfect fit, I’m happy to share other resources to help you get what you need.
Do you have any further questions? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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