What makes a great blog post, or even better, a successful travel blog?
Hello and welcome to this category, Travel Blogging by Misa Gjone!
If you’re looking for advice, motivation or tips for quitting your job and travelling the world, then sorry but this site is not for you. Although I’m a full-time travel blogger now, I don’t just quit my job and travel the world. I quitted my 9-to-5 Marketing job in August 2018 after giving birth to our 2nd son, so you can imagine it’s not that easy travelling around with two small kids.
Several months after the birth, I figured out that I’d love to stay at home and take care of my kids rather than commuting to work and do the job that I’m not really into. My husband has a stable job with a decent salary, which means that if we four live on a shoestring, we can make it until I can find another job, or until I can make my blog my main source of income, enough to cover the yes-you-know expensive living cost in Norway.
As of now (May 2019), this blog is my perfect side hustle. So if you’re into travelling, blogging, and want to make travel blogging your side hustle, too, then enjoy reading!
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***Spoil alert***: Three years travel blogging and some untold stories will be revealed in this blog post!
Other travel bloggers may say sponsored trips, affiliate marketing, placing ads, and so on. Forget about it! Here are ways that anybody can make money as a travel blogger.
So, I finally took the initiative to start fundraising for my new writing project in 2019, the “The twelve months of Europe” project, featuring my 5-day-trip each month (starting in Jan. 2019, hopefully) to a European city/country to write travel journals and experience their typical food, by for example taking food tours, cooking classes, or just simply visiting farmers’ markets to embrace the local industry.
Whether you’ve been blogging for a while or just started your blog yesterday, here are the most popular blogging mistakes to skip.
So you have a travel blog, and think you can make money travel blogging, both full-time (like I used to be) and part-time (like I’m now)? The bad news is that making money is never easy, in any sense. The good news is I’ve learn some easy ways to actually make money travel blogging!