Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Travel Blogging 101

Many men and women commence travel writing a blog wanting to know ‘how’ they will will be able to take on some of the additional best travel blogs who definitely are already founded and also have already been plying their particular art for many years. I’ve read a few state it’s extremely hard to crack into a field that may be already unhealthy. The reason why even take the time A lot of people start travel blogging wondering ‘how’ they will be able to compete with some of the other top travel blogs who are already established and have been plying their craft for years.  I’ve heard some say it’s nearly impossible to break into a field that is already saturated.  Why even bother when the odds are stacked against you?

In a word – passion.  Passion to travel.  Passion to share stories.  Passion to take photos.  Passion to create travel videos.  Passion to give advice that is going to help others.  Ultimately, passion is the determining factor of whether or not you are going to be successful with your travel blog.  The more ‘unrealistic’ you are with your dreams, goals and imagination, the more likely it is that you are going to achieve ‘incredible’ things.

Passion is going to ignite a level of confidence in yourself.  With a high degree of confidence and certainty you’ll be catapulted to take massive action towards achieving your goals.  With massive action you’ll start to see results that will help confirm your belief that what you’re doing is worthwhile.  With impressive results you’ll grow even more passionate about your projects.  It’s the feedback loop of success.  This isn’t limited to just travel blogging –  it’s really the determining factor in just about any field.

The good news is that hard work, determination and consistent effort is going to help you achieve your blogging goals.  The bad news is that hard work alone isn’t going to cut it.  It’s about working ‘smart’ and realizing that what it takes to make a successful travel blog is more than just creating posts on your own site and leaving things up to chance.  There are a number of phases a travel blog must endure before it is considered mature when the chances are piled in opposition to anyone?

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