Are you looking to work with an experienced cruise travel blogger?
I am David Fiske, and I run Reasons to Cruise, a blog that demystifies cruise holidays for beginners.
I have worked with travel agents, tourist boards, and cruise lines to create bespoke content with a purpose. Several pieces of work have also appeared in editions of British travel publication World of Cruising.
I am regularly asked to supply quotes on industry news, and to supply content for collaborative pieces.
My website visitors tend to be seeking information about cruise ships, cruise lines, and travel destinations. My content is intended for curious travellers who have yet to sail aboard a cruise ship.
- 53% female
- 47% male
- 26% 18-34
- 42% 35-54
- 32% 55+
- 51% UK
- 20% USA
- 29% rest of world
(Source: 2015-2016 Ports of Call data from Google Analytics)
I have worked with a variety of businesses including cruise lines, travel agents, and tourist boards. I have taken part in organised press trips alongside journalists and trade partners. I have also travelled on self-hosted tours.
There are a variety of ways we can work together.
- Sponsored posts
- Sponsored social media content
- Guest Posts
- Press trips
- Ship visits
- Product reviews
I only work with brands on content that is relevant to my audience. Examples of suitable brands include: cruise lines; cruise destinations; air travel to cruise regions; hotels near cruise ports; and shore excursion operators.
Certain opportunities incur a charge. I use nofollow links in content where it is suitable. I include clear disclosures in content where brands have helped in some way.
Brands I have worked with
I have worked with top brands in some capacity to create travel content, including:
- Carnival Cruise Line
- Destination Canada
- Disney Cruise Line
- Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines
- Norwegian Cruise Line
- P&O Cruises
- Princess Cruises
- Québec City Tourism
- Royal Caribbean International
- Tourisme Montréal
- Visit Bruges
Pop your details into the form below and send them across to me. I reply to every genuine request I receive. Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org