One of the best things about blogging is that you can do it from anywhere, which means you can make an income while you travel.
Of course, keeping up with your blogging while you travel can be difficult when you have so much to do and see, but if you want to keep your audience, you need to work out how to do just that.
Below are some tips to help ensure you can keep up blogging even while you travel, whether you are writing a travel blog or some other blog entirely.
Write while you travel
One of the easiest ways to ensure you can fit in plenty of writing time is to write while you travel when you can. When you’re stuck on a plane or train, you have little else to do anyway, so it makes sense to use that spare time to get some work done on your blog.
Research in advance
If you do your blog research in advance, then you can write on the lane where you might not have access to the internet. Not only that, but if you are travel blogging, you will already know which places you want to visit, which attractions you want to see, and which people you want to get quotes from, so you can sone less time aimlessly wandering and more time getting things done.
Stay somewhere quiet
If you want to be able to get lots of blog writing done and ensure that your writing is as good as possible, it is often a good idea to stay somewhere quiet.
Hostels can be cheap, but they are noisy, so ice hotels, or maybe even long-term rental apartments in Niskayuna or wherever you are staying if you are staying for more than a few weeks, are often more conducive to good work.
Write first thing
Writing your blog posts first thing in the morning means that they are out of the way so you can enjoy exploring without having to worry about them.
You should always carry a notepad with you and use that to take down any information for your blogs while you are out and about, then you can quickly write your posts the next morning without leaving anything out.
They don’t need to be perfect
Many people end up publishing fewer blog posts when they are traveling because they are not able to write perfect posts in conditions they are not used to.
The thing is, it is often better to write less than perfect content than it is to go off schedule and write no blog posts at all, especially if your readers are used to a consistent schedule.
Take amazing photos
When you are traveling, it would be a shame to waste the opportunity to take some amazing photos of your surroundings for your blog.
Blogs that are rich in high-quality unique images are always going to be more popular than those that are not, so make sure you always take your phone or camera with you wherever you go and snap away.
Have an amazing time traveling and don’t forget to blog!