The Expat Media Hub creates a repository for expatriate bloggers to share experiences and help others looking to follow in their footsteps

Throughout history it has been the explorers that have been lauded in the history books. Individuals who have cut a path so that when others follow, the experience of moving to far flung lands is more often than not markedly different and somewhat easier thanks to the efforts and hardships of those that went before.

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(businesspress24) - Throughout history it has been the explorers that have been lauded in the history books. Individuals who have cut a path so that when others follow, the experience of moving to far flung lands is more often than not markedly different and somewhat easier thanks to the efforts and hardships of those that went before.

Today that practice is not too dissimilar from yesteryear. People now take to social media and other more traditional media regularly to advise those individuals and families who are looking to relocate to other areas of the world on what to do before they go and of course, what not to do when they arrive. It

These suppliers of this handy advice are more often than not bloggers who update their portals far more frequently than other media and their accounts of their daily trials and tribulations bring real-time information to an audience in real need of guidance.

But, if you dong it easier for the intended audience to visit time and again and glean all of the relevant information required before and after the big move.

Bearing that in mind and eager to find a solution, the team that originally launched The Expat Survey.com (soon to launch the new research portal i-World) developed The Expat Media Hub to collate all on-line and off-line media of relevance to those residing outside their country of origin.

The hub has been established to create the worldnts, high net worth individuals and global nomads.

Emma Wood, Project Director of the hub explains her motive for initiating its development red across the web.

The aim of The Expat Media Hub is to create a library of all forms on-line and off-line media and content, to aid those who are planning or in the process of relocating to pastures new. This can be in any language serving to inform those abroad

The Expat Media Hub is a free resource and calls on in particular bloggers to take advantage of the portal to promote their work. This can include written pieces, photographs, videos and website links. So start adding to it or start learning from it today.



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Date: 01/29/2018 - 07:32
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