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Now you can share your RV photos with the world

We all love sharing the pictures we take while RVing – of the beautiful places we visit and of our RV in “action.”

instagramNow readers of this small RV lifestyle blog can have their photos posted right on the blog and shared with our 1.2 million monthly readers.

All you need is the very popular Instagram app for your smartphone. When you take a photo you want to share, or if you have a photo already in your gallery on the phone, just select it, write a caption describing the time, place and details and then add the hashtag #roadtreking.

That's it. That's all you have to do. It will automatically be added to the right hand sidebar of the blog. Readers can then click on it and see that photo.

Hashtags – a word preceded with the # sign – aggregate all photos in one place, making it easy for me to then grab them and post them on the blog.

I can't wait to see what you put in. Since we announced it to out Facebook friends the other day, we've already received some great pictures of RV destinations that are going on my bucket list.


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Mike Wendland

Published on 2013-08-27

Mike Wendland is an Emmy award-winning journalist, traveler, and producer of RV Podcast, the RV Lifestyle travel blog, and the RV Lifestyle Channel on YouTube. Mike, traveling with his wife Jennifer and their Norwegian Elkhound, Bo, has vast experience and a great passion for exploring North America, previously working as a long-time NBC-TV News Channel Technology Correspondent and now sharing his love for the RV lifestyle with millions. Mike is not only an adept RV life enthusiast but also a skillful storyteller, bringing to his channels stories from the road that perfectly capture the magic and hardships of this lifestyle.

2 Responses to “Now you can share your RV photos with the world”

August 23, 2016at3:17 pm, Bill Widmer said:

Wow this is such a great idea!!! I’m going to have to add some of my own soon! 🙂

August 27, 2013at8:31 am, Tom Hopkins said:

Love it. Now that I finally engaged the brain to figure out how to do it. Guess the read the directions part got lost in translation. Thanks Mike. Great idea

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