See Something is dedicated with to providing the best in travel on the Internet. It began in 2007 when Jono Cusack left his home in Sydney to move to London. Today, with a wealth of experience he documents his journeys and the stories of the incredible people he meets. See Something is also full integrated with the travel community, across all demographics but with a focus on late twenties and early thirties travel. In this way See Something is able to engage the audience on both a level of beginner backpackers to luxury travel. See Something is very interested in working with travel brands from across the globe to further their business and increase clientele and profits. See Something can guarantee that any partnership will be highly successful and meet all goals.
Audience Profile and Demographics
See Something readers are both male (54%) and female (46%). They are also aged between 25-34 (33%). The majority of readers are from Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom. Also due to See Something having international correspondents there is also a large audience in their respective nations, for example, Colombia.
Social Media Statistics as of August 2014
My favourite post so far. You’re right – this developing culture of ‘I’ve done Europe,’ helped through contiki whirlwind tours of zipping past on a bus, is very sad. Travel is a privilege, not a race, and it’s those who can’t recognise that who will not be richer for the experience. – Kathleen
wow – great blog and so many amazing travel stories – thetattootourist
Excellent writing, caught the vibe of Buenos Aires perfectly – Angus
See Something is an engaging blog that sets a fast pace to keep up with and set trends in the travelling world. It’s loyal audience grows exponentially daily across all age groups and nationalities. If your travel brand wishes to reach out to audience please contact seesomethingtravel(at)gmail.com or use the submission form below for branded content, banner ads and much much more.
Work With Jono
Jono has written for the Matador Network, TNT Magazine, Verge Magazine, Hostelling International and is a contributing travel guide writer for Buggl. He is dedicated to providing engaging and practical information from the field, and through the use of his plethora of knowledge from a decade on the road. Travellers and Travel Brands can be assured of a professional approach to writing content that meets every need across all spectrums. To contact Jono as a freelance writer email to jonathon.cusack(at)gmail.com or use the submission form below. He is also available on LinkedIn.
For more information please contact seesomethingtravel(at)gmail.com or use the submission form.