Blogging isn’t just an internet fad but a lasting trend that’s growing day by day. Over seven million bloggers publish on their own pages every year.
One thing that everyone loves to read about is travel, with 97 million people posting about this hot topic on social media while traveling. And why not — it’s fun to see the far-flung corners of the world or just explore your home state.
Wondering how to start a travel blog? We’ve got the ultimate guide right here — keep reading.
Before starting a travel blog, you need a great name. This might be the hardest part of the whole thing!
Keep in mind that you need an easy to remember name that sticks out in a crowded field. If you have a niche, like traveling with your cat, play that up in your name.
Now that you’ve got your name, you need the basic website where your blog will appear. You can use a site like WordPress or build your site from scratch with a program like Joomla.
Don’t get lost in the details of design, though. Simple and easy to navigate is best.
You’ll need a place for your website to live. Sites like GoDaddy can both register your name and host your blog.
While some hosting plans are cheap, make sure to put aside some money for this expense. Check that your fee won’t increase dramatically next year, too.
Hopefully, you searched for your name across various social platforms to make sure it wasn’t taken. Now that you’ve got your website up and running, get your name registered on every social site.
Cover the big ones, like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and SnapChat. Even if you don’t end up using them, you’ll want to be sure no one else takes your name and impersonates you.
Ready to rock? Technically, yes.
But before you start a travel blog, there are some things to keep in mind.
Blogging is hard work. Travel blogging doubly so because you’ll have to go to all of those places and report back — in detail and with a unique voice.
Don’t obsess about being perfect. Your first efforts won’t be great but the only way to improve is with practice.
Don’t let negative comments get you down. Don’t pick fights online, either.
Think about the long term. You might have a product, like a traveling ebook, you want to sell in the future so make sure you collect emails.
You’ve got the basics of how to start a travel blog. The only thing left for you to do is to start traveling and start blogging.
The key to success is to keep at it and take it seriously. If you slack off on your blog, you lose readers.
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