Common Travel Blogging Blunders

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There is no denying that the world of blogging is very much booming. More and more people are turning to blogging as a way to have a voice about the things they are passionate about while also making a bit of extra money on the side too. If you have started blogging or you already have a blog, and it is in the realm of travel, this blog post is for you. Read on to discover more about some of the most common mistakes that travel bloggers make so that you can avoid making them too.

Poor quality photos – There is only one place to begin, and this is with poor quality photos. Photographs are important on any blog, but they are even more critical when it comes to travel blogs. This is because they are designed to give true insight into a destination and to make people feel like they know exactly what a place is like. You may want to consider taking a photo editing course so that you can ensure your photos are of the best possible standard.

Not understanding SEO – SEO stands for search engine optimisation. This involves using a number of different tactics to try and get to the top of the search engine result pages for different keywords that potential viewers may search for when they are looking for a blog similar to yours. You could write the most interesting travel blog posts on the web, but if they are not optimised for SEO, no one is going to see them.

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Not being self-aware – Last but not least, if you are going to write online, this demands more critical editing and thinking when compared with speaking to friends or family members, for example. You are going to turn a lot of readers away if you are not self-aware. Here are some of the different ways that a lack of self-awareness can manifest itself…

  • General travel snobbery
  • Asking for donations or money to fund a trip
  • Talking trash about places that are too ‘touristy’
  • Looking down on people who do not travel
  • Plastering your country count everywhere
  • Assuming that everyone has the means to travel
  • Humble bragging

All in all, there is no denying that the world of travel blogs is very much thriving at the moment. However, if this is something that you want to capitalise on, you do need to proceed with caution to ensure that everything goes as well as possible for you. One of the best ways to do this is to make sure you avoid the blunders that have been discussed above. If you are currently making any of the mistakes mentioned, there is no need to panic, but there is a need to start making some changes.

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