Keep Calm is a Travel and Inspiration website created in 2012 to document my upcoming trip worldwide, a passion that turned into a full-time job in 2014.
In just a little more than one year, Keep Calm saw incredible growth in traffic, engaged readers, and subscribers. With almost 300,000 Page views per month (pre-Covid, now trying to get back there), Keep Calm is a well-recognized and trusted travel blog worldwide.
I receive daily comments and emails from readers who decided to visit a destination or try a service/product because they have read about it on my blog.
FEEDBACK FROM MY CLIENTS
Feedback from companies I have worked with is of paramount importance to me. I strive to give the client the best possible service. I like to be clear on the client’s expectations to be able to accept or refuse a potential partnership.
I prefer to say no to possible cooperation if I don’t think I can deliver what the client needs. Your satisfaction always comes first. Here in the picture are just a few satisfied clients and companies I’ve worked for.
Source: Linkedin Profile
My website covers destinations worldwide, but I am an expert in Sardinia, Italy, UK/ European Holidays, Mexico & The Caribbeans. My sweet spot is beaches, adventure travels, tennis tournaments & Spas/Wellness centers.
PARTNERSHIPS & CAMPAIGNS
Keep Calm has already partnered with several brands, reinforcing their image or spreading the voice on destinations and travel related services relevant and beneficial to my audience. Below are just a few brands I have worked with:
Asus Italy invited me for a 4-day trip to Morocco to promote the launch of their new mobile phone and reinforce Brand awareness through a series of pictures published on my Instagram & Facebook accounts.
The campaign reached more than 80K people with 10k shares on social media in just one week. The results were summarized in a presentation where I highlighted the best pictures on both platforms, a quick summary of the numbers, and added an excel file with all the details for the client.
Please note that since the client is Asus Italy, the report is in Italian.