Whether as a spare-time activity or profession, starting a travel blog is simple pretty. It could be established by you up in under 30 minutes. It’s getting easier than while I started my blog in 2008 when I didn’t know the first thing about making a website. Luckily, on my adventures across the global world, I met Kat and Matt, an English few who happened to be web designers also.
When I came home and made a decision I wanted to start this travel blog, they decided to help me arrange it and coach me HTML. Back then, I hand-coded the web site and used a cool tool called Dreamweaver to create it. It was painfully slow, and I wasn’t very good at it. And my original website was unappealing really!
Luckily, so long as have to create websites that way. They have gotten easier and simpler thanks to WordPress, a simple out-of-the-box platform made to make sites easier for those not technically savvy (like myself). It powers over 25% of the internet and is the best platform to start a blog on. It’s super-versatile and can do whatever you want to buy to do – from a straightforward journal to a complex e-commerce website.
- Completing Application Forms
- Are you a team member? Indicate projects, including those of a volunteer character
- Creating online or offline advertisements that link to your site post
- Set listing permissions carefully
- Sites Linking In (according to Alexa): 96
- Social media links and talk about buttons
- Design phase – 3-4 weeks
In our blogging course, we’ve acquired a large number of students take up a website on WordPress without any technical skills. They got them up and running – and you could too! A couple of months back, I talked about the ways you could succeed with a travel blog, but today, I want to provide a quick tutorial on how to create a travel blog from scratch in seven easy steps.
The very first thing you need to do is pick a website name (i.e., your website). When doing this, there are no solid guidelines. Make a genuine name that can last – If you choose “JohnsAsiaAdeventure. Com” and you also leave Asia then, the domain name anymore won’t make sense. Be sure you select a name that isn’t so focused that if you opt to shift gears, you can keep the same domain name. Don’t time your blog – Don’t pick and choose either something related to your actual age.
“Twenty-Something Travel” becomes really irrelevant when you grow older, which actually occurred to a blogger I know. Pick a true name, you can use no matter your actual age! Stay away from certain words like “nomad,” “vagabond,” “wanderlust, “adventure and”.” They have been done to death, and they shall make you seem like you’re copying people, not being original.