Share your passion with the world
Every painting, sculpture, building or monument have a story to tell. But it takes a professional and enthusiast to tell it. That’s where you come in!
Why publish your story with AppyGuide?
Reach the worldShare your lifetime passion with millions of travellers through the AppyGuide platform, and become their guide in a place you know and love!
Promote your name and brandWhether it comes to your academic research, a book you recently published or a blog you write, by publishing with AppyGuide you promote your name and brand.
Earn moneyYou need only record your story once, and off it goes! Through the AppyGuide platform it will become available to millions of travellers, while you earn money every time it’s sold.
What is AppyGuide?
Mobile appGives travellers access to audio guides, or as we call them “stories”, on their own mobile devices (Apple and Android)
Content Management SystemAllows storytellers to register, create stories, manage content and receive detailed analytics on stories sold and reviewed by their listeners
Who can become a storyteller?
We welcome experts in history, art, archaeology, architecture, theology, religious studies, philosophy and literature. Typically, our authors are university professors, Ph.D. students, museum curators, archeologists, researchers, art conservators and restorers and other art and history specialists.
If you believe you are qualified to become a storyteller, please email us at [email protected] and submit a trial story. Once you’re approved, you can create your storyteller profile and can start publishing stories right away.
What stories can I tell?
- Paintings, frescoes, mosaics, sculptures and other works of art
- Historical figures, including political and religious leaders, artists, sculptors, architects, writers, scientists, musicians
- Historical buildings and their architects, monuments, fountains, obelisks, etc.
- Historical events
Who is already publishing stories on AppyGuide?
Art historian and BBC presenter
BBC superstar and world-famous art historian, author of numerous books. His documentary “The Art of Spain” on BBC World was watched by 68 million people and “The Art of Low Countries” by 70 million people. In total, Andrew has prepared 40 art documentaries for BBC.
Art historian, artists and sculptor
Dr. Alan Pascuzzi has been teaching Fine Arts and Renaissance Art History for over 20 years. Alan is also a professional artist. He has previously appeared in documentaries on Renaissance art (BBC) and Leonardo da Vinci.
Martin Kemp is Emeritus Research Professor in the History of Art at Oxford University. He is considered one of the world's leading experts on the art of Leonardo da Vinci.
Patrick teaches Renaissance art and Italian architecture at the University of Oxford. He also specializes in the art of ancient Greece and Rome.
Art historian and journalist
Ebru graduated from Bosphorus University with a Bachelor in English Language and Literature and with a Master's degree in History of Religions at the School of Theology in Istanbul. She worked as an arts correspondent for many years for a variety of Turkish magazines, including Gezi National Geographic Traveller.
How do I get started?
1. Create a profileIt takes just a few minutes to create your account.
2. Submit a story and get approvedRecord your first story and send it to us at [email protected] Once you are approved, your profile will get activated.
3. Start publishing your stories and earning moneyKeep track of your progress and earnings as you publish with AppyGuide.