Welcome to our blogging tips and resources page! If you are looking at starting a travel blog, or growing your existing blog to a new level, this page is for you!
It was our dream for many years – location independence – and four years ago we finally got our travel blog, and online income, to the stage where we felt comfortable to dive into the life completely defined by us, one based around lots of time and travel with our kids!
Learning how to make money travel blogging doesn’t happen over night. There are challenges, but it’s a very rewarding and worthwhile dream if you do it right!
We have broken this page into categories that cover all our blogging tips, tools and resources to become one of the world’s biggest travel blogs.
- How to Start a Travel Blog in 11 steps
- 15 steps to a successful blog
- 16 things that have contributed to our blogging success
- How to make money travel blogging
- 9 lessons learned from the Problogger conference
- 3 Common SEO Mistakes Hurting Your Travel Blogging Results
- Lessons from the BlogHer conference in Los Angeles
- 3 reasons to start a travel blog
Online Marketing Tips
- Affiliate Marketing Tips – One of our best blogging tips is to learn how to make money with affiliate marketing. Create content once and get paid over and over.
- Tailwind for Pinterest – we have one of the biggest Pinterest accounts in the world and it has become a major part of our blogging business.
- Instagram Scheduling – We use Planoly for Instagram scheduling and planning. It allows you to schedule content & draft captions days, weeks, or months in advance
- Email Marketing System – we use Ontraport for our email marketing including growing our list and sending our weekly e-newsletter. For advanced bloggers.
Training & Courses
- Website Hosting – According to our tech guy and raving reviews online, Site Ground is the best-shared server hosting company around
- Website Themes – Optimize Press is the ultimate solution for all-in-one premium theme. Design your own blog, create landing pages, sales pages, marketing pages, and membership sites
- Tech Support – Getting technical assistance is essential the more you grow. Our personal tech guy, Chris from RTWlabs is the man for the job
- Webinars -Webinar Jam is the system we use to host webinars. It’s the cheapest system there is that integrates with YouTube and Google Hangouts
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