Our influencer and blogger agency network is made up of more than 100 popular travel bloggers with a strong social media fan base, but we are not some venture-funded faceless database. We are a group of passionate travelers who bring enthusiasm to everything we write, led by two veteran industry leaders.

The two principal partners in the 360° Travel Network have more than 45 years of travel writing, editing, and blogging experience between them. They frequently appear in the media and on podcasts as travel industry experts. They are fixtures as speakers and panelists at travel industry conferences in North America, Asia, and Europe. They serve on the advisory boards of industry groups and in key positions to be networking with the top travel bloggers on a regular basis.

In short, these two influential editors and the 100+ travel bloggers they work with can get your brand, travel service, or destination in front of the right readers. They’ll do it on a regular basis, over a sustained period, by being your ambassadors and influencers. They will coordinate publicity coverage with multiple influential online magazines and travel blogs, increasing your reach, your traffic, and your customers while saving you valuable time.

Tim S. Leffel is the publisher of Al Centro Media, a network of travel websites and blogs that cover multiple travel niches. He has won dozens of “best travel writing” awards and his Perceptive Travel site has been recognized with awards from the Society of American Travel Writers, the North American Travel Journalists Association, and the annual Solas Awards for narrative writing.

He is the author of multiple books and has been an invited speaker at industry events in the USA, Mexico, Sweden, Greece, Nepal, and Thailand.

Max Hartshorne has been the editor of the GoNOMAD.com travel website since 2002. Since then he has had the privilege of working with writers and publishing travel articles about nearly every country in the world.

He has also been a consistent world traveler, writing hundreds of his own travel stories and posting daily blogs from the 10 or more yearly international trips he takes around the world. He writes a daily blog called Readuponit and is a regular guest on several radio programs sharing stories about his travels. He is also a fixture at key travel industry events and is the editor of many e-books on Amazon for destinations around the world.