Travel blogging is a format that is simply blowing up right now. When I first started blogging in 2008, I frankly didn’t even know that anyone else was blogging about their travels. In the beginning, I was just doing up a blog so that family and friends back home could follow along with my travels, which is still one of the main reasons that I hear new bloggers have started their travel blogs.
You may also start your own female travel blog or website. In this way, you will be in control of what you want to write. You will be able to have better inputs. You can earn on the ads that are flashed on your website or blog. You may also have tie-ups with travel agencies.
If Arlo has widgets on his blog that display a number of friends, fans, or followers, I can click on the relevant button and join. For example, I can click on the “Google Friend Connect” widget if he has one.
Be informative – Offer information that is for the reader’s benefit. If you are writing a health blog, use well constructed arguments and link to certified articles that support your view. Informative blogs are beneficial to your reader.
How about a cruise of a lifetime? An exciting train adventure? Flights to take them anywhere from Cabo San Lucas to St. Barts. Skiing on snow or water. An African safari?
(1) Join Twitter and dive right into the travel blogging community. You will be amazed at how helpful everyone will be to help you out down the road. These are going to be your backbone of advice givers, so participate, give back and you will be rewarded.
Blogging can also be broken down by the type of device used. A blog written on a mobile phone is called a moblog. An example that you can think of is Twitter, where you can send short messages and it will automatically update your readers that you have a new message.
If you’re not sure where to start with your travel writing, how to setup a free blog or even what a good travel article looks like there are hundreds of resources, examples and guides online that can help you get started. Some of the resources are free and some cost money. If your just getting started or thinking about trying to earn an income with travel writing I would search for the free resources first before spending any money.