Travel blogging is a unique and exciting profession, but you’re not the only one who thinks so. If you want to make it as a travel blogger, you’ll need to be a skilled writer, a decent photographer and a relentless promoter. If you think you’ve got the skills, check out these smart tips for travel bloggers. [Read more…]
As a professional blogger, you have a dream setup that most other professionals would take a significant pay cut in order to enjoy. So, if you’re simply blogging from your bedroom on a week-in and week-out basis, you should probably question what you’re really doing with your time. You have the ability to work from anywhere in the world – so do it! [Read more…]
Earning money from traveling and writing about your journeys is an undeniably alluring concept. However, as with any business venture, success doesn’t come easily. After all, travel blogging isn’t just about constantly waiting for good deals from travel portals. You need to make sure that you’re doing everything correctly if you want to make your travel blog a sustainable source of income. Otherwise, you’ll just end up burning out and giving up before you can enjoy the fruits of your labor. In this article, we’ll discuss a few mistakes that newbie travel bloggers tend to make and how you can avoid them. [Read more…]
There is passion, adventure, exploration and of course travelling, in the vast realm of travel blogging. However, once you decide to become a pro or an expert in travel blogging you are deemed to play a very different game. This intricately designed world is full of hobbyist writing about their trips and tours to worlds unknown, and the minute you want to convert this into a profession, you are walking a straight road towards hard work and commitment. [Read more…]
They say travel broadens the mind. If that’s true, what better activity could a writer undertake? There’s a slight problem with travel, however—it’s expensive. If you plan to stay somewhere a while, you’ll need a steady source of income. Barring a lottery win or trust fund payout, that means you’ll need to find employment. But it isn’t exactly easy finding a job in unfamiliar surroundings, and that’s if you’re legally allowed to work there.
Luckily, we freelancers have a bit of an edge when it comes to work and travel. Since we typically don’t work in brick-and-mortar establishments, we don’t have to worry about leaving our job behind. In fact, we can take our job with us. Here are some tips for freelancers looking to live and work abroad. [Read more…]