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  1. Sep 2017
    1. Hey Guys! Need some information, or just want to say Hi?

      Credibility and they also state their social media and personal account

    2. We can help you make money online, on the road and on the go so that you can travel as much as you want! All you have to do is... Subscribe

      Clear indicator that the blog tries to promote itself by people following them and sharing them rather than bringing in people based off of a trial that later turns to a paid subscription.

    1. Looking for articles about a specific destination? You’ve come to the right place.

      Very casual emotion

      Example of Pathos

    2. Where Do You Want to Go?

      This entire section of the blog is led to educate on locations they've visited.

    1. Start Here


      Provides evidence of tools to use to get started in travelling because of their major beginner audience.

    2. The biggest challenge that most people face when it comes to realizing their travel dreams is money.

      They start at the bottom because they know someone who visits the page is not an expert on travel. This is an example of how they shape their writing to their purpose.

    3. This page is all about helping you plan your trip and teaching you ways to earn money to keep it going.

      Helping a beginner by educating them on how to get off of their feet, a purpose within one of another category in this blog.

    4. Have you just arrived at our blog and you’re not sure where to start?

      Assumes that the reader wants to start travelling.

    1. Travel Guides To

      Logos example;

      Provides travel guides which can only be so specific if they've actually been there. They provide photos as evidence and personal stories; enough to believe them.

    2. Thailand The Ultimate Guide To Travelling in Thailand Sri Lanka The Ultimate Guide To Travelling in Sri Lanka China The Ultimate Guide To Travelling in China India The Ultimate Guide To Travelling in India

      These photos show that the blog is not only just information, but stories, and beautiful scenery which brings in secondary audiences as well such as photography bloggers, and education bloggers which connected all these blogs together in a large context.

    3. These posts are our travel stories.

      The author shapes their writing by being personal to where the audience can relate to them on a closer level.

    4. If you’re looking to follow our journey and adventures, scroll to the bottom and check out the “Our Story” section.

      This could be one sentence that describes the audience that they're trying to grab the attention of.

    1. Turn travel into a lifestyle.

      Uses logos by applying photos of them around the world which is appealing to the audience because the majority of people haven't seen these parts of the world.

    1. Do you want to travel the world long-term or forever? Here is where we’ll help you to earn money on the road, so that you can travel for as long as you want.

      This section wants to educate the reader as well financially, different parts of the blog have different purposes but they all narrow down to wanting to educate the reader and that education then inspires the reader.

    1. We are the architects of our own reality and we are here to inspire you to create a happier life for yourself.


    2. in the hopes that we can inspire you to live a freer life.


    3. We want to show you how to turn your travels into a lifestyle!


    4. We weren’t satisfied with the routine of waking up, going to work, coming home, eating dinner, watching TV, going to bed…and repeating. We felt bored with our lives in Canada and were tired of not having enough time to spend with one another. We were tired of being tired. So, we booked a typical 1 week, all-inclusive vacation in Mexico together. A vacation that gave us the travel bug.

      This could give credibility to the bloggers because it connects their audience to a more personal level that they're just normal people who love travelling rather than a company that wants to get your money.