How To Start A Travel Blog

Two to three year ago we had dream – to travel together and become travel blogger and vlogger. No longer content with just travelling, We wanted to do something with it so we started first our blog. It was never our intention to earn any money from it. we just wanted to document our travels. We are not earning anything from it but now we are thinking to earn something from it.

As a blogger, we get asked how to set up different types of blogs but the most frequently asked for is help setting up a travel blog. Setting up a blog before you set off on your travels can be a great way of still connecting with the world and particularly with your friends and family while you are away. If you ever wondered how to start a travel blog, this post should help. Starting a blog is very easy, there is some steps to follow. if you love travelling and you love writing about it. Here are my tips on how to start a travel blog.

How To Start A Travel Blog

Pick a awesome name for your Blog

There are lots of Travel Bloggers out there and some make a good living by travelling the world and writing about their exploits. However, I expect at this point in time, you are just thinking of it more as a travel log. Selecting your name is really important and here are a few tips. As

  1. Keep It Short
  2. Make sure it’s memorable
  3. Easy to spell
  4. Simple to share
  5. Avoid hyphens and numbers
  6. Don’t use over-used words

What’s The Purpose of Your Travel?

As we said, there are some famous travel bloggers out there, so try to avoid repeating their names. Think about what best describes your blog. Is it the adventures, food or culture that you are looking forward to experiencing or something else?

  1. Where are you going?
  2. What do you want to write about?
  3. Who are you?
  4. What is your passion?

We suggest that you write everything down and start playing around with different word combinations. Get out the dictionary or thesaurus and ask your friends for advice and suggestions – it’s probable that they know you better than you know yourself. You’ll be surprised what you come up with when you give it some thought! Try to be original and think long-term. You don’t want to be calling yourself Far East Jane if you are going to South America next time.

Great Travel Bloggers

The following have well read Travel Blogs:

  1. Expert Vagabond
  2. Savvy Backpacker
  3. Never Ending Footsteps
  4. Young Adventuress
  5. Indiana Jo
  6. Nomadic Matt
  7. Europe A La Carte

Select A Name That Fits Your Personality

It can be difficult coming up with a name that is unique, but this element of the process is really important. There are lots of bloggers using the following:

  1. Global
  2. Nomad
  3. Adventurous
  4. Wander
  5. Journey
  6. Backpacker
  7. Travel, Traveller, Travelling
  8. Vagabond

It really is a good idea to give time to selecting the domain name for your travel blog, as you don’t want to be changing it at a later date. As with any company, branding is important.


You will need to find the best platform for your needs.

  1. Ease of use
  2. Customization tools
  3. Caters to your level
  4. Budget
  5. Free or paid for site
  6. Earn money or a hobby?

Ask Yourself Lots of Questions

If you are not skilled in websites, you do want something that is relatively simple and straightforward to use. Ask yourself if you want your audience to read and then react to your posts and if so, your site must have customization tools. As a website operator, what level are you at – a beginner or advanced?

Are you familiar with HTML or CSS? You must decide on how much you want to spend as naturally you should get more options, the more you spend. Do you want a free site? Some sites provide both free and paid services, which could come in very useful if your blog, which started out small turns into one that lots of people want to follow.

Keep Your Options Open

Remember, it may start out as a hobby but could turn into a real money-spinner, so that’s why it’s worth taking the time to set it up properly in the first place.

  3. Hostgator
  4. Blogger
  5. Tumblr
  6. Ghost
  7. Weebly
  8. Wix
  9. Squarespace
  10. Joomla
  11. Typepad

Once you have picked a name and a platform, it just requires the following:

  1. Pick a host
  2. Pick a theme and collect some plug-ins
  3. Embrace social media
  4. Write your first post
  5. Know to write about

These are all topics in themselves, so keep reading my future blogs to find out more.

Writing and Blogging regularly blogs for many clients in a variety of businesses and if you need help going forward, get in touch with or maybe you have decided to start your own personal blog and need to talk it through.


3 thoughts on “How To Start A Travel Blog

  • 29/01/2019 at 1:33 AM

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    • 29/01/2019 at 4:55 AM

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