Blogging while travelling is simply one of the most incredible things you can actually do. You get to explore new cultures, capture incredible images, and share it all over with your loyal followers online. Imagine getting off your plane, logging into your blog, and starting to write about your incredible travel experiences. You’d be surprised by how easy it is to share your blog with the world. There are some simple things to blog about while travelling.
Some Of My Blog TipsOne great way to blog while travelling is to use a site like MySpace or Twitter. These sites have millions of users and they are the perfect place to interact with your friends and family. You can easily follow up on their tweets or comments by re-tweeting the message or posting the link to a picture that you took on the street, posted online, or posted up your blog on your Facebook page. A quick “thank you” is always nice, and it helps to encourage your friends to keep tweeting about their travels too. Another idea is to take a photo or video of yourself from your holiday and blog about it. Share the link with your friends, and comment on what you saw in your photos. You could even put a short description about where you took the image and why you think it’s a good photo or video. Lindsay had a travel blog that was full of photos, videos, and thoughts about everything she’d seen and done during her time studying abroad. If you’re travelling overseas for your holidays, it’s important to make the most of your online connections. Blogging while travelling allows you to stay connected to friends and family without ever leaving home. As you get online, you’ll also be able to keep up with news from home – weather reports, latest flights, local entertainment, and more. Online networking can take a lot of the strain out of having to socialise with people in person, especially if you’re stuck online getting to know new people.
Blogging And Posting Online
- You can actually blog about almost everything – A good blogger friend of mine (Lina) blogs from the places she’d been as well as about places she wanted to go to.
- She created blog posts about everything from eating great at Rifufest in London to planning her dream honeymoon in the mountains of Thailand.
- She posted photos from her travels on each page, and mentioned places she’d been before in the comment section.
- All of her blog posts ended with “I hope you enjoyed my posts, and I’m looking forward to seeing you on my blog from now on!”