Who is read in 222 countries? We Said Go Travel! Dec 2017 News
December 2017 NEWS: WSGT is GLOBAL!
We Said Go Travel has been read in 222 countries this year since January 1, 2017 as reported by Google Analytics. Please see the full list of locations at the bottom.
Thank you for all of your support! It has been an exciting year with my first travel segment on KTLA TV and being the Adventure Correspondent for The Jet Set TV. I have published many articles on fantastic publications like Smithsonian, Saturday Evening Post, Delta Sky Magazine, Luxury Magazine, Sierra Club Magazine, POPSUGAR, Trivago, Ski Utah and I am in progress on two exciting articles for two major publications I have not written for before! Find all the article links on my LisaNiver website!
In 2017, I was accepted to be part of Bixel Exchange Startup LAunch. I am learning from my new mentors and advisors as well as all the other tech entrepreneurs. Thank you to Travel Massive and Digital Nomad Mastery for the recent interviews.
I completed my project of doing 50 new and adventurous things before I turned 50. Thank you for all of your great ideas and suggestions. See my videos below for many of the challenges I undertook!
WHERE CAN YOU FIND MY 762 TRAVEL VIDEOS?
Here are links to my video channels on YouTube, Amazon Fire Tv, and Roku Player. I hope you enjoy my “This is What it is Like” Episodes! I now have 762 videos, 671,516 views, 1526 subscribers on YouTube AND my total video views across all platforms is now over 1,527,028+ (1.5M)! ! Thank you for your support!
Video #755: Sky Diving for my birthday with GoJump Oceanside!
Video #759: Will You Love the Kia Stinger?
Watch me in SPANISH! Kia Stinger 2018 – los periodistas opinan
Video #762: How Do You Create Freedom On The Mountain?
TRAVEL WRITING AWARD:
Thank you to everyone who has participated in our We Said Go Travel Competitions! Find the winners for the 2017 Inspiration Award here. The entries from the 2017 Summer Independence Award have been published and the winners have been announced. We hope you will participate in our 2018 Writing Awards.
TRAVEL PHOTO AWARD:
Our first ever Travel Photo Award is now closed! Thank you to our judges, Gary Arndt from Everything Everywhere and Jeana from Surf and Sunshine. We hope you will submit a photo in our next award. We will begin sharing the entries in 2018.
Want to make your own video? Use code WESAIDGO10 for 10% on your project. Lisa loves working with EpicMakers and they were a sponsor for our first Travel Photo Award.
My fortune cookies said “Make Happiness Happen.” and “A bold and dashing adventure is in your future.“ I hope that your Holiday celebrations brought you gratitude and gifts that help you make your dreams come true!
Thank you for your support. Lisa
Thank you for your ongoing support of both We Said Go Travel and me! I was so honored to share about Napa Valley for KTLA TV in Los Angeles. Did you see my segment? CLICK HERE to watch it now!
Where is We Said Go Travel read? Since January 1, 2017, in these 222 countries as reported by Google Analytics:
Antigua & Barbuda
Bosnia & Herzegovina
British Virgin Islands
Central African Republic
Congo – Brazzaville
Congo – Kinshasa
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)
Northern Mariana Islands
Papua New Guinea
St. Kitts & Nevis
St. Vincent & Grenadines
Svalbard & Jan Mayen
Trinidad & Tobago
Turks & Caicos Islands
U.S. Virgin Islands
United Arab Emirates
Find out more about Lisa Niver at We Said Go Travel!
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