Travel With These 12 YouTubers


Daneger and Stacey

We’re a couple of content creators from little New Zealand, doing big things. In late 2016 we got the itch to travel, started various online businesses and booked a one-way ticket to Thailand. Jump forward to today and we’ve been fortunate to explore over 50 countries while partnering with some dream brands in all corners of the world.

Why you should travel with Daneger and Stacey: Asia, Europe and New Zealand vlogs with focuses on food and the Nomad Lifestyle. Has a lot of growth potential.

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  1. Perhaps it s no surprise, then, that vlogging is becoming a big business. Though many vloggers make only $20 a day (barely more than $7,000 a year), the most successful are raking in as much as $7 million annually. One especially successful vlogger who often plays in the travel space, Casey Neistat, even built a spinoff app to help creators share their videos, then sold it to CNN last November for $25 million as part of the network s push to compete with YouTube. Travel creators are poised to steal the spotlight on these video platforms, just as they have on Instagram. By and large, their influence is being wielded on YouTube. According to a study that was run in part by Google (YouTube

    1. This is great insight, Meubelen!
      Some vloggers are intentionally using Youtube to monetize and establish a carrer while others happen to stumble into it; the opportunity is there to earn a stable income.
      On page 11, I showcased the Vagabros, and they began as phone-held-travel-vloggers growing to having their own broadcast television show on Hulu and Tastemade.
      The success of Yotube and it’s creators will bring competition (if they can survive) and this will lead to new and innovative platforms for creators of all types.

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