Work with Travel on the Brain – Available Services

Travel on the Brain is a creative source of inspiration for all things travel. Specifically catering to the independent and solo traveller, the blog and its social media channels have attracted an engaged followerbase of over 53K in its over 2 year-long existence.

We want to create win-win relationships and inspire more travels! To discuss how we can work together via content creation, ambassadorships, sponsored posts, sponsorships, social media takeovers, please contact us directly at: travelonthebrain [at] gmx [dot] net. You can download the media kit here. For pre-formulated press releases and information on the published books, follow .

Please note: unsolicited guest posts and link exchanges from companies are not accepted. All content is created by the blog author and select guest bloggers only. If you are interested in having a tailored article written about your brand or product, feel free to get in touch.

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Total Social Followers

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Klout

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Projects with brands & travel companies

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date for statistics:
20 October 2016

Latest Twitter Campaigns Examples


Tourism Saxony and Ore Mountains: 307.371 impressions 34.848 reach (6 days)
Austria Marketing: 304.413 impressions 12.462 reach (4 days)
Visit Luxembourg: 125.495 impressions , 19.223 reach (3 days)

Global Audience


Travel on the Brain Readers' Geographic  Location

Key Statistics

Domain Authority: 28, Page Authority: 40
Monthly Unique Visitors: +5,000
Monthly Unique Visits: +16,000
Monthly Twitter Impressions: +282,000
Monthly Pinterest Impressions: +137,819
Triberr Reach: 12,000,000

Travel on the Brain Readers

Key Markets: USA, Germany, Australia, UK
Gender: female (80%)
Age: 25-34 (35%), 18-24 (22%), 35-44 (14%)
Interests: Holiday accommodation, air travel, solo travel, food
Most popular post: Women Travelling Alone – 24 Crucial Safety Tips

Featured articles by Travel on the Brain

Why You Should Work with Travel on the Brain


How would you like your brand, product or service being introduced to a global audience of travel lovers? Combined with a unique voice and stunning visuals, both in photo and video, Travel on the Brain takes readers with her on a journey and shows that travel can be affordable and worry-free.

The blog is focused on providing information on:

  • Unique Travel Stories
  • Destination Experiences
  • Smart Travel (Quality on a set budget)
  • Independent travel
  • Solo Travel
  • Travel Planning

Please note: Travel on the Brain is very concerned about being truthful to her audience and therefore all articles are written with honesty, highlighting both good and bad sides of an experience so as to give a well rounded picture. There is strict use of nofollow links in sponsored content. The readers appreciate such openness. Also, Travel on the Brain does not accept proposals for sponsored content in exchange for exposure.

The Background Story


Travel on the Brain started only in September 2014 and upon meeting an increased interest from outside has transitioned from a private blog for friends and family to a public portal for everything surrounding travel, from inspiration to advice, travel report to review. Armed with a laptop, camera and a brain full of travel knowledge, Travel on the Brain has a neck of recounting the strangest stories, secret sights and travel tips with a big infusion of quirkiness.

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Companies Travel on the Brain Has Worked With (Selection)


Tourism: Visit Britain, Visit Wales, Visit Luxembourg, NYC Go, Visit Houston, Czech Tourism
Travel Companies: P&O Cruises, Groovy Grape Tours, Detours Arizona, Aquila Pivate Game Reserve
Accommodation: Hilton Double Tree Houston, SACO Apartments, Hi Hostels USA, YHA Australia
Entertainment: Broadway Collection, Art Gallery of South Australia, Japan Experience
Apparel: Lowa Germany, BrightLife Go

“Annemarie was a pleasure to work with. She produced content quickly after experiencing the activities we arranged, In addition, she organically incorporated the main messages we hoped she would convey to her readers about Broadway travel.”Rachel Peace, Account Executive, The Broadway Collection

“Her content is engaging and objective, we are glad to have supported her visit to Houston.”Celia S. Morales, International Marketing Manager, Visit Houston

“Your post is phenomenal. You are truly an amazing writer.”Catie Leonhard, Digital Marketing Assistant, Brightlife Go

“She was so helpful with sharing her knowledge of social media that has now been put in place with our social-media strategy. I would definitely recommend Annemarie for blog counselling!”Polly Gibson, Sales & Marketing, Bunyip Tours

“Annemarie Strehl [...] has been travelling for 3 weeks as a blogger for Groovy Grape Tours. During this time she has produced great feature stories and high quality photographs that we are using in our marketing materials.”Bruce Barnes, Operations Manager, Groovy Grape Tours

“She's an incredibly thoughtful blogger to work with and will never neglect the quality of her work. She produced a fantastic sponsored post in collaboration with British Corner Shop and we would definitely work with her again!”Sophie Saint, Deputy Head of Marketing, British Corner Shop

Press and Media Appearances


To see where Travel on the Brain has been featured around the web, visit our Press page. Find the media kit here.

Travel on the Brain is currently not accepting guest posts.

4 Comments

  1. Hi Annemarie,

    I would love to be write for your #TravelBrainster series. Are you still taking writers? If so I can get you the piece by the end of the week.

    Look forward to hearing from you,

    • Hi Alexandria, yes I am always looking for contributors. I can feature you next week Thursday. Just send in a horizontal travel photo (preferably with you in it) and answer at least 2 out of the 5 questions:
      1) What is your best travel memory?
      2) What is the strangest incident you have had during your travels?
      3) What’s the number one item on your bucket list?
      4) If you were stranded on an island, which one should it be?
      5) What is your secret travel tip?
      Looking forward to your stories. :)

  2. Hello,I just visited Bali Island, Indonesia .And it is Wonderful Island I have ever seen. I am thinking to explore more and more then supply my reports for you.

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