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With an audience of over 80 000, we can bring the heart and soul of your brand to an audience that cares.

 
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Let's work together - working with Inside the Travel Lab

Inside the Travel Lab is one of the leading travel blogs in the world.

It has been described as "one of the best travel blogs in the world" by Lonely Planet and as "essential reading" by National Geographic Traveler.

It is the highest ranking independent luxury travel blog in the UK (Vuelio 2019.) Building on a ten year foundation of excellence and creativity, Inside the Travel Lab won at the Visit USA Awards 2019 and LATA Media Awards 2019.

Abigail King spoke at the High Level EU-China Summit on Sustainable Tourism at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris as a result of work here. 


WHAT SETS US APART

We bring a professional approach to reach fellow professionals: educated, affluent, frequent travellers in the UK, US and beyond.

  • Award-winning, professional writing, photography, video and live broadcasts
  • Over 10 years experience: outstanding in the digital sphere
  • Partnerships with household names like Lonely Planet, Canon, Cathay Pacific, National Geographic Traveler and more

OUR STRENGTHS

Quality
Longevity
Creativity
Results
Inside the Travel Lab one of the best travel blogs featured by Nat Geo Traveller, BBC, Stylist

Abigail King has broadcast live for Lonely Planet on more than 50 occasions in more than 15 countries. From the chambers of Marie Antoinette in the Palace of Versailles to the highest mountain on the Arabian Peninsula, the darkness of the Arctic Circle and the twilight of the Book of Kells in Dublin.

TAILORED PARTNERSHIPS

Use cutting edge practices & receive dedicated publishing schedules, creative campaigns and refined analytics.  

FEES START AT £250

ADVERTISING 

Advertise across our networks, from blog posts to email newsletters to social media streams.

FEES START AT £250  

Abigail King with camera talks about becoming a writer

WORK WITH ABIGAIL KING

Abigail King is an award-winning journalist, broadcaster, speaker and photographer whose work has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, Lonely Planet, the BBC, Red, CNN and more.

FREELANCE

Abigail King can produce freelance articles and images as well as host TV shows and social media events, whether live or prerecorded.

SPEAKING

From the Royal Geographic Society in London to Dubai, Spain and Finland, Abigail has hosted workshops and delivered keynote speeches.

CONSULTING

Need advice on blogging or your social media strategy? Book two 30 minute phone calls for tailor made advice. Fee £100.

PRESS TRIPS AND EDITORIAL COVERAGE

You're careful about who you invite; we're careful about which trips we accept. 

We are so lucky to receive so many invitations to wonderful places around the world. However, due to cost and time constraints, we have a very limited number of unpaid trips that we can take on each year and so we want to make sure we're the best match for each other. 

TAILORED PROJECTS - FEE BASED

Let’s work together to design a project that no-one has seen before, one with story, one with a reach, one with beauty and one that people can’t stop talking about.

  • Develop hashtags that align with your brand
  • Photographs or articles for your own use
  • Twitter chats relating to the trip
  • Workshops or conference participation while on a trip
  • Radio & TV interviews while on a trip
  • Tracking links or links to several partners
  • Participation in specific Tweetups
  • Creating eBooks related to the trip
  • Contests related to the trip
  • Instagram and snapchat takeovers

Inside the Travel Lab always keeps the right to write an honest and fair account of experiences. Sponsorship is always disclosed.

Media Kits and Case Studies

Inside the Travel Lab Media Kit 2019

Case Study: Louisiana with Baby

Read this case report to discover how an exciting road trip with a baby delivered staggering results, including a reach of over 45 million people.

We no longer run guest posts, product reviews or competitions unless part of a broader project or campaign. We also don't enter into projects where we must compete directly against other bloggers or members of the public.

As an experience-based site, we do not feature "round-ups" or write about places or products unless we have directly experienced them ourselves.


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