We are open to valuable, positive and creative cooperation. For 5 years since we opened our blog, we have been working with hundreds of great people and participated in many advertising campaigns. We had events for companies, as well as shows for the audience, and slideshows and lectures at the largest travel fairs and festivals.
Our blog Baby on Board is one of the longest existing and the most popular blogs about traveling with children in Poland. We have repeatedly found ourselves in nationwide rankings as the most inspiring and influential travel blog. We are experts on radio and TV, and have a pleasure to be jurors in many travel and hospitality competitions.
Our Readers are active, aware, demanding people who are looking for unique ideas and places to travel with their families. The majority of them are from large and medium-sized cities, in the age range of 20-35. Our blog reaches five continents, most of our Readers live in Europe, USA and Canada.
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This is what we do on our blog:
We work with regions, airlines and hotels and other child-friendly places. We prepare reviews of products for travelers, reports from press trips, advertorials, we take part in fairs and events.
We want to accurately describe the places we visit, so from one trip we prepare from a few to a dozen thematic posts, supported by the campaign in social media.
After the study tour, we also write articles for magazines and newspapers we cooperate with. We also talk about the places we visited in the programs on radio and television.
If you want to work with us, just send a message:
[dzieckowdrodze.com means baby on board in Polish 😉 ]
This is what we do not do on our blog:
• We do not write about what we have not experienced. If you want us to write about your region, hotel or restaurant – invite us for a study tour.
• We do not announce events with which we are not connected with as lecturers, speakers or guests. If you want us to write about your event, let’s talk about cooperation.
• We do not test and do not review products that are not consistent with the values of our blog and the needs of our Readers.
Each project is priced individually depending on the time and work we have to devote to it. We issue invoices.