Travel Blogging 101: How to Blog On-The-Go!

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Maintaining a travel blog so that it remains active and informative is the best way to chronicle your journeys, stay in touch with friends and family, and even make some money on the side. But when you are traveling, the last thing you want to be doing is wasting time searching for a chance to write when you really want to be exploring, right? 

So what’s the best way to blog on-the-go without losing valuable travel time? Read some quick tips below!

1. Choose Your Moment

When traveling, you need to make the most of every moment. This means that if you want to write the most useful and inspiring content, you need to find the right place to be able to concentrate without feeling like you are missing out on the action. Writing while you’re traveling between locations is a great way to maximise time — and with pocket wi-fi, you don’t need to worry about finding a signal. Have a look at some options: https://www.travel-wifi.com/en/pocket-wifi-china.

Photo Credit: East Coast Contessa

Another good time to write is while you are sitting down to enjoy lunch or dinner, especially if you are traveling alone. Pro tip: If you are writing in a notebook, you might even get better service as the staff may think you are a reviewer! 

2. Let Ideas Settle

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If you are writing on-the-go, it’s probably best to make some notes while you travel and then write up properly later on. Sometimes the best travel blog posts are the ones that you think about over a few days and then write up later on, once the ideas have settled. This method doesn’t have the same rawness that other posts have but can offer a greater sense of perspective and insight to your readers. 

One of the best ways to create a successful travel blog is to be unique and fill a niche. Are you a solo female traveler? Do you spend a lot of time outdoors or visiting lesser known locations? If you don’t have time to properly craft a blog post while you are on the move, leave it until you do have time. Lots of travellers need a day of rest between all their activities and adventures anyway, so why not take this time to write up some notes and collect your thoughts?

Use Mixed Media

Writing a lot is time consuming and isn’t always the best way to convey an idea. Photography is a natural ally for any travel blogger and can form another good way to make a bit of cash to keep the good time flowing. Video is another good way to show off different locations. All you need to do is get plenty of good footage and edit when you get home. 

Photo Credit: East Coast Contessa

Just remember that mixed media works best when combined with written content since Google still needs to pick up key words. Adding a brief introduction and summary of what the video or pictures are about is a great way to add details and provide your own insights too. 

Blogging on-the-go requires persistence and determination; you have to find time to make it work and work well. But, once you settle into your rhythm, you’ll find blogging on the go much easier (and way more fun)!

**this was a collaborative post.

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