Becoming a Travel Blogger

If you are aiming at starting your own travel blog then you surely are making ways to start earning money. Starting your first blog is pretty simple. Blog is something in which you can put your diary of events and get discussions from the users. You can keep travel blogging as your second occupation or full time occupation. There are many travel bloggers who earn loads of money (some popular bloggers earn up to six figures per month) through advertisements and through freelancing. However, initially it might require you spending money on trips and later get paid for every trip you do. In fact, you can choose the blogging as a mode of hobby or passion to share about your exciting adventures.

How to start blogging:

Being a travel blogger is very interesting job. If your website becomes popular, you may enjoy travelling and get paid well too. First and most important thing is to pick a good blog name for your travel website. Naming the website or providing the right domain name is very essential, since it makes viewers and people attracted to it easily.

The other important step to do before launching the right platform is making a right hosting package. There are many websites which provide free hosting. Some paid ones also provide premium facilities which can garner too many people to your site.

Use software’s like WordPress and Bootstrap , which will enable you to create fabulous websites. Install these web-developing software and create an amazing website within less span of time. If you have programming knowledge, you can start your professional website at ease. You can also choose to start blogging from free blog sites.

In order, to appear as a professional blogger, use blogging themes, which appeal visitor attention and also advertisement agencies, to promote their ads in your website. You can install plugins too, to make your blog appear more alluring.

I’m Abigail Joseph, an experienced blogger, and journalist, who writes for both print as well as online media. I’m a storyteller and a travel writer at blackoutsabbath.org. I write about luxury spa travel. Prior to this, I worked as the editor of a travel website and books.

Abigail Joseph – who has written posts on The Insider’s Guide.