Travel Savvy News
A Travel Writers Co-Op
Great adventures around the globe
Travel Savvy News
A Travel Writers Co-Op
Great adventures around the globe!

It might be simpler to answer the question What’s New? by describing what isn’t new. There is virtually nothing carried over from the "version 1.0" of the Travel Savvy News website: it’s all new.

A lot of the stuff on the old website was basically unused and, to a large extent, obsolete. It was getting to the point where the time was right to re-evaluate our mission and how we were presenting information to our visitors.

The truth is: the old version of TSN was getting a bit "stale." So, we are recruiting new authors and restructuring the coverage of TSN to cover travel in the USA, Mexico, Europe AND points in between!

In fact, the biggest change is something that is not terribly obvious if you visit our site only on a desktop computer or a mobile device like a table or phone.

Our new version is completely mobile compatible, desktop compatible AND tablet compatible.

This is today’s standard, which was sorely lacking from the 1.0 version of the TSN website. So no matter how you like to get your information - it’s available, regardless of whatever device you prefer to use.

We’ve restructured TSN from the ground up. That includes this website, of course, but also includes the way TSN will be doing business in the future.

We had to for one simple reason:

Our readership is small (about 750 unique visitors every month) but extremely loyal. They deserve the best.

Will we be covering everything? Of course not. But regular readers of TSN already know that TSN focuses on travel destinations that are of interest to just about everyone. You can go Google exotic destination like African Safaris, but, let’s face the reality: only a handful of people are ever going to be interested in or be able to afford that kind of trip!

On the other hand, people traveling to San Francisco just might be interested in finding out more about the area called Cannery Row. We’ve talked about that (here, as a matter of fact...). Traveling in Nevada, maybe a side trip to Jarbidge might make a good stop. Who knows?

But - where are we going?

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