ANEMINA TRAVELS is a personal travel blog with a focus on independent and individual ways of traveling, adventure and outdoor travel. It wants to help readers make more of their holiday. Topics are traveling off the beaten path, road trips, backpacking and flashpacking and adventures around the world. They are presented in portraits of foreign people and foreign places, high quality travelogues, travel tips and inspiration and personal thoughts about traveling and tourism.
My name is Anna Tillmann and I am the founder and editor of Anemina Travels. I am a travel journalist and web designer by profession and world traveler by heart and I live in Mainz, Germany. I am happy to work with you and to help you create and further your campaigns and ideas! Please have a look at my media kit for the latest blog statistics.
Some facts about Anemina Travels
Anemina Travels is a bilingual blog written in English and German. I translate all content myself and will be happy to work with you whether you work in the English oder the German speaking market.
Target Audience: My audience largely consists of flashpackers – travelers who used to backpack and travel in their own style and pace but who have started to set value on comfort. They are willing to pay more than they did in their backpacker days, rent a car instead of taking the bus and spend the night in hotels, motels or guest houses. While their friends have started to go for package holidays at a certain point in their lives, my readers want to maintain flexibility and travel individually. Most of all, they are looking for authentic experiences and technology and gadgets that simplify traveling off the path. Also, they are conscious of ecologic and ethical issues of traveling.
Possible cooperations: Blogger and press trips, sweepstakes, advertorials, product and service tests if the product or service is related to travel.
I love to look beyond my own nose. If you think you have a great idea, please surprise me! But: No banner ads, no link exchange. No paid dofollow links.
On request, I can produce content – text, video and photo for your company or medium.
Need more information? Download my media kit or contact me.
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