Lindsay McKenzie is a travel addict who's been exploring the world with her husband for 10 years. After taking a big detour in life, they launched Follow Your Detour, their inspirational lifestyle + travel blog. Shortly after, they hit the road full-time and began blogging more about their journey. Within 1 year, Lindsay was able to fully replace her income as a teacher with a Masters degree from both the blog and the opportunities she received through the blog. She's also created a course, built a loyal following of over 10,000 people on social media, has partnered with large companies and brands to do sponsored travel and content, and has built a steady passive income stream through affiliate marketing and ads.
Liz Wilcox is an Army wife turned digital nomad. Within a year of blogging, she had orchestrated, created, and launched two highly successful products involving more than 50 people in the travel industry. Known as a unicorn in the RV travel niche, Liz definitely knows how to attract an audience and keep them not only engaged, but happy customers. She's an author, Facebook Live expert and founder of The Virtual Campground!
Camille Attell is a former “cubicle dweller” turned entrepreneur. After 20 years in corporate america as a trainer and coach, she made the move to full time nomadism and launched her site More Than A Wheelin’. She attributes her success to the partnerships she’s built, and monetized through affiliate sales, freelance blogging, and her own product--Remote Work 101: Work, Live and Travel Where You Want-a course that helps people find remote work and live the travel lifestyle. After a rough start with blogging, she decided that no one should ever feel as overwhelmed as she did. Now, she teaches others how to turn a blog into a business, in less time and with less pain.
Julie Chickery is a perpetual nomad who served 20 years in the Air Force and 10 years in the corporate world before starting her website and travel blog, Chickery’s Travels. She took a multi-media approach to creating content by also developing videos and podcasts to compliment her written articles. Within the first six months of launching her blog, she was able to achieve 10,000 unique monthly page views and 1,000 email subscribers, but more importantly, she earned revenue from sales of her book and affiliate marketing.