Travel Blog .. What do you mean ?
Is the travel blog different from any other blog? I receive a lot of messages asking me about blogging for travel. Whether it’s here on the blog , Twitter , or even face to face. Especially when it comes to blogging to travel in Arabic. Is it worth having someone travel blog? And how the content published here, for example, does not find the appropriate reaction to the effort. I appreciate this very much, and I am grateful to those who say it. I always repeat that my goal of blogging is different from you or others.
To help you get started with a travel blog, read this post, which fully outlines the steps you’ve walked. I tried as much as possible to explain and understand the easiest ways to follow. In fact, the grounds here are not dedicated to travel blogs, but can be applied to other types of blogs. As long as you have of course chosen the specialization you want to blog.
What it means to be a travel blogger or blogger
This means that the information you transmit on the travel blog must be responsible for it. In one way or another, what you write may become a reference for a traveler. Or even a reference for further information. This may not take much of your thinking, but, believe me, it is very important. I say this because in arranging my travels I often rely on blogs and travel sites in English. did not? Because I often feel credible. Most Arab travel sites are either localized or write bad, linguistic and duplicate content. Not to mention, of course, the frequency of travel destinations and tourist attractions in each country. It simply means that you devote a large part of your time to emptying your mind. Whether you choose to have it on paper or on a blog like this.
It may be easy to start a travel blog. But maintaining the blog is completely different. Blogging is certainly not just a walk. And not just a job you do once a year. Remember that a blog requires a certain level of commitment, and it can be difficult. But if you do it right and stick to it, it will be an adventure worth your effort!
I can’t consider myself a travel blog with a great reputation, or even an expert on it. But I have made some great achievements that have made me know the approaches to matters.
If you’ve been following the draft of the trips before traveloguepro.com, you will know that I’ve been blogging for years. Although discontinued at intervals. Of course, I stumbled a lot in the early years of blogging. This is, of course, due to complex directions that I often could not understand. I was often interested in blogging itself. I focused on writing, making and developing content, more than anything else related to the blog. But with the days, I had to learn and rely on myself. And of course, I’m still a beginner !.
So, I will choose the easiest and most effective platform for beginners like you and me. I will try to do my best to simplify every technical term and process.
First: Find your specialty
I guess what you’re thinking: but isn’t the travel blog really a private blog? . Well, yes. But in order to attract a reasonably good audience from the start, you’ll need to prove yourself as an expert in a more specific area. You can certainly talk about traveling in general. But as a beginner, it would not be good to market yourself as a person familiar with all aspects of travel. This reminds me of the laugh at the social sites “Travel Expert”. You will know that you will not be able to attract any reader to your blog !. did not? Simply because it can go to larger sites, or public sites for this type of information. Mm to move , for example , site Trip Advisor is , and the site Lonely Planet to get general advice on travel destinations. When creating a travel blog, we aim to produce the information in a different color.
Suppose you started writing about economic travel. Some readers somehow attracted over time. good job! But the following week, you talked about luxury travel. Then I talked about adventure travel. With this scenario, there is a high probability that you will lose a certain part of your readers. If you are distracted by the topics you write about and your experiences, you will continue to lose your readers .. faster than you expect !. My personal preference is to delay public topics such as travel advice, reports, guides, etc. Keep it in your draft until you are a good audience, interested in being a travel blogger.
Become an expert on a distinct sub-topic of travel. If you’re not sure enough to write down about travel, being new, or still planning your trip, you can at the very least make sure you have a unique story. Make sure at least that your story will make anyone interested in following you. I still remember the “ Shane ” advice on blogging: your story is unique, and no one else can tell it.