Jaillen Yehia

Media Pack


So, What makes SavoirThere.com Different?

YOU, NOT ME

I know what you’re expecting to be up here, front and centre – a picture of me.

But I don’t believe this site should be all about me; it should be about you.

I’m travel obsessed (not self-obsessed) so I try to keep the articles on this site focussed on what’s going on in the world around me – not just focussed on me going around the world.

I believe my travels should benefit my readers, inspire them and help them make their own journeys easier and more fulfilling.

I started the site because I love words and I love travel – so those are the things I like to concentrate on here (I do throw a bit of opinion in too).

Really, I’m not a blogger. I know, it seems weird for me to say that here – on a blog.

I’m an experienced print journalist, a travel PR, a tech startup marketer, and a media all-rounder with decades of experience across all forms of media, including newspapers and travel trade press, who also writes a blog.

I’m always thinking about what the reader is looking for from a travel website, as well as how SavoirThere.com fits into today’s ever-changing media landscape.

Most of all, I’m a safe pair of hands who you can trust to represent your brand and deliver a professional service.

That’s what makes SavoirThere.com different.

Words, not numbers

I’m all about words, not numbers, so anything you see here is simply a happy by-product of writing great travel content.

Countries & territories visited: 62 

Posts written: 355

Current Domain Authority: 37

Current Page Authority: 47

Klout score: 64

Social Media followers: 10,000+

Domain Age: 6+ years

Key Reader Age: 25-34

Secondary Reader Age: 35-44

Female Readers: 66%

UK Readers: 47% (followed by USA, Canada and Italy, if you’re curious)

Number of ugly display ads & pop-ups: Zero, and I want to keep it that way

What you need to KNOW

Savoir means ‘To Know’ and that’s no coincidence. I know travel.

I’ve been travelling frequently, often long haul, since the age of 2. I’m multi-ethnic, and have lived overseas, so I know how destinations can differ at their core and I have deep connections with multiple destinations (Denmark, Canada, Cambodia and Italy for example), rather than as someone who visited for 48 hours and then calls themselves an expert.

I’ve been spending my own hard earned cash on high end travel experiences for decades, so I know what’s worth paying for and won’t give praise lightly just because I am being hosted.

I’ve written for Media Week and the Travel Trade Gazette, advised Buckingham Palace on how best to work with travel bloggers, and partnered with countless household name brands from Southwest and Easyjet Airlines to Banyan Tree Hotels and Headwater Holidays.

As well as working alongside destinations like Rome, The Philippines and Valencia I’ve spoken at WTM Ski and edited white papers on travel blogging for WTM, as well as being quoted by Rough Guides and La Stampa.

So if you’d like to put your destination, brand, hotel, service or business in front of those looking online for recommendations from a knowledgeable and serious source you’ve come to the right place.

Most SavoirThere.com readers are from high spending countries and are passport-holding nationals meaning they are ready, willing and financially able to buy your travel product or service if it is right for them.

How To work with Savoirthere.com

Many bloggers take on a lot of partnerships and as a result are very busy, with long lead times for content delivery.

I prefer to hand pick very select companies with whom I have a natural alignment and I retain a minimal backlog – meaning I can deliver very high quality content within a short lead time.

I’ll always use my expertise to advise you on the best way to partner with me and offer a variety of options:

  • Content creation
  • Long term partnerships and sponsorships
  • Consultancy and advice on working with bloggers and online media
  • Press trips and reviews
  • Social media services such as twitter chats

Please note: I like to keep my site genuine and authentic, and while I will consider all commercial partnerships, I do not run generic, pre-written content on my site.

Contact me via email hello(at)savoirthere.com to have a chat and I’ll find the best solution for you.

Testimonials

The Hotel Group –
African Hotels and Adventures

Jaillan is clearly a professional journalist/blogger who writes for good reputable publications and knows what she wants to achieve and surpasses the client or host company’s expectations.

We had never worked with online writers and bloggers before, but if they are all as professional as Jaillan Yehia they’re always welcome. The online coverage has been fabulous: current, informative, real and authentic – the blogs and reports from the properties she stayed at and visited were exceptional and we were able to use them to our advantage – and we have been able to use blog posts in our social media channels and websites very successfully.

Making the necessary arrangements to facilitate the visit was absolutely no problem at all – and the on-going communication still continues, much to my absolute amazement and satisfaction.

The experience of working with Savoir There exceeded all expectations – I would work with Jaillan again and would absolutely recommend her to other hotel and travel companies looking to promote their services through PR, online channels and blogging. Diana Howell, Marketing Manager, AHA

The UK Destination
Visit Thanet

Jaillan is truly professional and a pleasure to work with – from her initial research to ensure she got the most out of her visit, to the inspiring features and stunning images she has produced as a result of it.  We would be more than happy to work with Jaillan again, We’re sure she has inspired lots of readers to visit Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate.  Tourism Team, Thanet District Council.

 

The PR agency
Prodo Digital

Working with Jai on a blogger trip was an absolute pleasure. She was super-organised both before and after, showed genuine interest during the trip and was very proactive in sharing social posts throughout. Not only did she produce an authentic and beautifully visual blog post using her own photography, she also went the extra mile in gaining print coverage on top of that, keeping us up to date every step of the way. Highly recommended! Sophie Everett, Head of PR, Prodo Digital

The Tourist Attraction
Port Lympne & Howletts

Jai was a pleasure to work with and she produced an excellent piece with stunning photographs on her blog. Amanda McCabe, Aspinall Foundation

The print magazine editor
East Kent Lifestyle

Jaillan has been the EKL travel editor for the past five years and her work has never been anything but a pleasure to read and publish. Jaillan’s research and attention to detail is second to none and her ability to translate her experiences into interesting and thought-provoking prose is priceless. Peter Nichols, Editor, EKL

SavoirThere.com Featured Online 

As well as being a columnist for Travel Trade Gazette in the past, I am currently a regular contributor to Boutique Travel Blog and ongoing travel features writer for Weather2Travel and have written numerous travel articles online and in print, as well as being interviewed and featured as a travel expert.

Here are some examples:

Breathe Dream GoTransformed By West Coast Canada

HostelworldBest Destinations in England

The Wanderlanders – Expat life in Canada

France.frRemembrance Tourism in Nord Pas de Calais 

Life Is Full Of AdventuresCanadian Favourites From Travel Writers Around The World

True Nomads15 Things To Do In Egypt

Teacake TravelsWander Woman Wednesdays Feature

Response Source  – Travel Journalist Profile

Fashion’s On VacationStylish Travel Interview

The Travel Tester  – Travel Memories  

CatavinoHow To Eat Your Way Around Valencia

Where In The World Is Nina  –
The Americas Most Epic Viewpoints

The KentishtownerTurin’s Contemporary Art Scene

Xpat MattZip Lining Like You’ve Never Seen

Huffington Post15 Of The Best Travel Photos taken With An iPhone 

LateRooms.com48 Hours In Cardiff

Round The World ExpertsTop Things To Do In Joburg

HostelbookersBest Blogs and Blog Posts

Flight Centre5 Things To Do In Hong Kong

Flight CentreWhere To Stay In Siem Reap

Flight CentreStylish Things To Do In Siem Reap

Flight CentreCrimson Resort & Spa, The Philippines

Flight CentreParadise, Malaysian Style at Pangkor Laut

Flight CentreWalk The High Line In New York

Flight CentreLooking For Photographic Freedom in Berlin

Flight CentreHow To Do Dubai Differently

Flight Centre3 of the Best European Christmas Markets

HostelbookersForget Hollywood Step Up Cape Town

HostelbookersHow To See Zurich Without Breaking The Bank

 

Brands I’ve worked with…