by Chris Guld of Geeks on Tour We’re holding our Techno-Geek Learning Rally for about 40 attendees, but we think that many more may enjoy the benefits if they had a way to follow along from home. So we created a Page in Facebook for that purpose. This article is about our reasons for using [Click for the rest ...]
Every Traveler Needs a Blog! It’s downright stingy not to share your travel stories and pictures. A simple website, called a Blog, is the easiest way to do it. Using Blogger you can create a blog in just a few minutes. Let us show you how.
Although we still see a lot of beginners in our seminar ‘Every RVer Needs a Blog’ many of you have been blogging regularly for a long time – like those listed on HitchItch.com. If you’re one of those, and have a lot of posts on your Blogger blog, you may want to allow readers to [Click for the rest ...]
If you haven’t discovered podcasts about RVing, you’re in for a treat! Think of them like Blogs that you can listen to, rather than read. I know of two personally, and I’m sure there are more. RV Navigator is a show by Ken and Martha Wiseman. They have been extended RV travelers since 2005. Their [Click for the rest ...]
by Chris Guld, www.GeeksOnTour.com In a previous newsletter article I wrote about “What is an RSS Feed and why you want One.” That article showed how to make your blog accessible to your readers thru their Feed Readers. But this is only good for those people who use and understand a Feed Reader. How many [Click for the rest ...]
by Chris Guld, www.GeeksOnTour.com A travel blog without a map is like cake without icing! It’s good, but not as good as it should be. And, sometimes don’t you just want the icing! A travel map can give your readers everything they want to know. Then, if they want more, they can click on a [Click for the rest ...]