You’ve are about to fulfil your dreams travel the world, or you’re already a long-term traveller.
You have this great idea for a travel blog to share all your travel adventures. The only problem is you don’t know how to go about it, or if you know how to set up one of those free blogs, you have no idea how to get anyone other than your loyal follower- mum- to read your posts.
There are many people who are happy maintaining a blog as a hobby. Then there are those who are committed to achieving travel blog success and making money from their travel blog. You have to fund the nomad lifestyle somehow!
If you’re serious about being a top travel blogger, you have to learn from the best. You can learn it all yourself through mistakes and costly lessons, but to save yourself the time, it’s best to take a course or hire a mentor. Before starting y travel blog, we had spent about a year studying how to set up, write and market a blog. We had other blogs we were writing, with some success, however we weren’t as passionate about it as we were with travel, so our success was limited.
I believe our quick success with our travel blog came from the months of studying we put in before we started. We had done various courses and studied from the best, and by that I mean people who are making 6 and 7 figures a year blogging. So when I came across Dave Lee’s Travel Blog Success course, I didn’t pay it that much attention because I had had all this previous training. I thought Dave’s course would be more beneficial to beginner travel bloggers.
As my blog continued to grow, I was ready to make money, but I noticed some holes in my training. I knew how to make money in ways that didn’t really suit the travel niche, and I was a bit unsure of the market, and what I needed to do.
Learning is a continual process and you can always learn something new from someone. Craig and I have attended many seminars on wealth building and personal development and every time we go, we say “If we can just learn one new thing, then it will be worth it.”
I wanted to be sure I would get some benefit from the course and that it wasn’t just about the basics. I contacted Dave on twitter and asked him a couple of questions. He got back to me immediately and after a session of DM’s to each other, I felt very confident that I would learn some travel blogging monetization strategies as well as become part of a supportive travel blogging community.
This was really attractive to me, not only could I get help from Dave’s course but from others who are having success with travel blogging as well. I thought the price was so reasonable for what was on offer that I really had nothing to lose.
I signed up and immediately learned two simple tips on how to use some wordpress plug ins that I had trouble working out how to use.
I dived into the course straight away and even though I knew a lot of the content, I picked up something new in each one of the 12 training segments.
What I really noticed going through the course, was the simplicity with the way Dave presents the information. A lot of the other training I had done was spoken in intermediate and advanced language, so for a beginner it was slow learning. Dave takes away that for you by putting it into simple language and having some easy follow up exercises to help direct you in the implementation of what you are learning.
Dave helped me to learn what to do when people contact me for advertising on my site. This is such a great bonus as this is something I find so nerve wracking to do. I’ve also learned other money generation methods to apply to my blog. Currently, I have almost finished my first free travel ebook, and I am using the content from Dave’s site to help me put the mechanics of this together.
The absolute best part of this course, and it’s where you will get the most value from your money is through the community groups. I love this. It’s such a great way to interact with others, share your ideas, get feedback about your site and what you are doing, and find lots of encouraging support.
Whenever I have a question about my blog now, whether it be technical, about content, traffic generation, marketing or monetization, I post a question in the forum and within a couple of days I have an answer, if not several, to help solve my problem.
Everybody has different strengths, and levels of expertise, it is so comforting to know there will be someone within the community can help you in the areas where you may be weak or just not knowledgeable enough.
So for me, someone who already knew quite a bit about blogging, I found Dave’s course very worthwhile, especially for a beginning travel blogger. I am a proud affiliate of Dave’s course because I’ve used it and know that it is of value and Dave is a trusted, respected teacher.
If you are serious about having travel blog success and making money then I suggest you rely on the knowledge. Dave Lee can offer you through his course and the success he has had through his many years of travel blogging.
Get started now with Dave’s Travel Blog Success Course and learn from those who are already walking the path you intend to walk on.