Today’s show focuses on creating a social media game plan for before, during and after a media trip. This is technically part three of my Northern England media trip coverage.

If you haven’t listened to part 1 and 2 – you may want to head to episode 71 & episode 72 where I share how I landed my media trip to Northern England, the itinerary, how long it took for my luggage to arrive and lots details of my amazing experience which includes a trip to the dentist in Hexam, England.

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The Finer Details of Episode 73 include creating a social media and article coverage plan for a media trip. I also share why I had a couple week hiatus in the podcast and why Ask Alexa won’t be continuing as a second weekly show which involves a swollen face, my jaw not opening, learning that steroids make me psychotic and how my dad ended up in three hospitals in three weeks.

Hexam Dentistry in northern england

My new friends at Hexam Dentistry.

Episode Resources

BITW 025: Tropical Think Tank Mastermind Top Tips for Travel Writers
Roaming Around the World
Fathom cruise

Connect with Alexa, Break Into Travel Writing & My Travel Blog
The Aspiring Travel Writer, the Facebook group


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