Go Trip Yourself (GTY) automatically fetches and displays the most recent posts from the web's most popular travel blogs. You can visit any time and see exactly what you want: well-organized posts from travel blogs, presented in a neat-and-clean manner. Unlike Facebook, where some fancy algorithm may decide not to show you posts from your favorite bloggers, GTY shows you everything it's got, all the time. Unlike Twitter where you have to sift through tons of non-travel-related stuff to find what you want, GTY is only about travel. Unlike using an RSS reader, you don't have to find and subscribe to any RSS feeds. And perhaps more importantly, you'll find content on GTY from fantastic blogs you've never even heard of before! If you're looking for something specific, you can search and filter to hone in on, say, posts by couples about Namibia. If you're like us and you just want to go "down the rabbit hole" and read about travel all day, you can ignore the filters, take the Blue Pill, and Go Trip Yourself.
Go Trip Yourself makes it easy for users to find and get to your content. GTY doesn't play favorites or decide on behalf of your fans that they don't want to see your content. If you publish it to an RSS feed and GTY can consume it, our users will see it. It's that simple, and you don't have to lift a finger.
Sorry about that! We put in a lot of effort to curate a list of the web's most popular travel blogs, along with some of our personal favorites. We're always on the lookout for fascinating blogs we've never read, so if you have a blog (or know of a blog) that should be listed here, let us know about it and we'll do our best to get it listed.
In the words of Phoebe Buffay, "Yours is a question with many possible answers." The most likely reasons are: (1) We made a mistake when getting your RSS feed off your website, (2) GTY can't parse your RSS feed properly, or (3) GTY can't parse your Open Graph metadata properly. Shoot us an email with your blog's URL and any relevant details and we'll get it taken care of ASAP.
No problem. Send us an email with the details and we'll remove your blog.