What happened to all of our Ecuador blog posts?
Don’t worry. They are still here. 🙂
In fact, they became such a large part of the site – we decided to give them their own home.
All of our Ecuador-related blog posts are now on their own blog: InsideEcuador.
Why We Created a New Ecuador Blog
After almost five years of blogging, we decided to organize our content into two main sections: one about Ecuador (expat and travel content) and another, broader site about expat tips, reviews and stories about life abroad in general.
Here’s what we came up with:
- InsideEcuador: Complete Guide to Ecuador Travel & Relocation
- GringosAbroad: Expat hacks, language learning, earning abroad, reviews, & more!
Dena and I will continue to produce all the content – now on both sites. (And we have some exciting developments in the works).
Connect with InsideEcuador
When we divided the content, we also created a new set of social networks for the new content.
Here’s how it all breaks down:
GringosAbroad social networks (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube) all remain as such. But the content on those networks is going to change. Instead of just Ecuador, we’ll be covering expat tips, reviews and topics for expats everywhere.
The GringosAbroad newsletter moved to InsideEcuador (because the majority of our content was about Ecuador). We have a brand new email newsletter for the new GringosAbroad.
We created three new social channels for InsideEcuador. Want to stay up-to-date with all the new Ecuador content on InsideEcuador? You can connect with us here:
What about my email subscriptions?
If you were subscribed to our site before, you will continue to receive updates from the InsideEcuador list – with just Ecuador content.
If you want to get updates from the new GringosAbroad, you’ll have to subscribe – the content is now separate each with its own newsletter.
What is the New GringosAbroad All About?
Basically, it is going to be a lifehacker-style site for expats. We’ll cover language, working abroad, product reviews, expat interviews and money saving tips. And we are going to interview other expats and get their best tips, hacks, and stories.
Some examples are:
- How to peel a mango in 8 seconds
- How to make money with your travel blog
- How to take better travel photos
- Fast and easy Spanish for busy expats