ABOUT TRAVEL WITH NANO B.
Travel With Nano B. was launched in 2015 to share my passion for travel and fine dining, and create an outlet for providing honest reviews of the best food, attractions and accommodations around the world.
The blog has since been growing rapidly and is now a trusted resource for travel and restaurant recommendations. My posts have been attracting a loyal following with over 200,000+ annual page views, and primary audience based in The United States, Japan (expats), Singapore, United Kingdom and Australia.
In addition to my blog, I regularly contribute to the travel column of Huffington Post, as well as run my own column Tokyo Neighborhood Strolls on Savvy Tokyo, one of the leading digital platforms for expats in Tokyo. My articles are featured annually in military magazine Destination Paradise, and are printed weekly in the travel section of Stars and Stripes Japan, a primary military newspaper with circulation of 100,000 across all U.S. military installations in Japan.
As a full-time Public Outreach Specialist, with a Bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature, Master’s degree in Business Administration, I’m highly skilled in marketing and social media communications, and have profound experience in creating exciting and attention-grabbing content which I share with my 20,000 followers on social media.
HOW CAN WE WORK TOGETHER?
I offer professional writing & photography services and social media marketing campaigns shared with a highly engaged audience:
- Restaurant and bar reviews
- Travel and hotel reviews
- Press trips
- Event Invitations
- Ambassador campaigns
- Hosted competitions and giveaways
- Selective sponsored posts and product placements
For the business-minded, feel free to email me about any collaboration ideas you might have. Please inquire for detailed media kit, rates and packages. You can reach me directly using the contact form below, or through one of my social media outlets.
DISCLAIMER: I do not feature products, services or experiences that I have not used myself, thus similar offers are automatically rejected.