A Well Structured Travel Blog Can Be A Real Money Maker! Heres Why …-www.osta.org.cn

Travel-and-Leisure If you’re thinking of starting a blog, or putting another one together and are a travel bug yourself, you might want to put some thought into the travel blog. On the face of it, you might think this isn’t such a great idea, with the economy in the shape it’s in today. Who’s got the money to travel? While it’s true that fewer people are able to take pleasure trips, you have surely heard of the ‘armchair traveler’. Think about it. There are literally tens of millions of people right here in the U.S. who would travel for the rest of their lives if they could afford to do so. Just because they don’t have the means today, there’s always hope! Plenty of travel lovers become armchair travelers during periods in which they’re cash strapped for a trip this month. A travel blog can be a powerful magnet for travel fans. After all, they’ve got time on their hands to spend thoroughly researching new destinations, with the only necessary reward being the vicarious pleasure of dreaming and planning. Another plus to the aspiring travel blogger is that, while readers may not be taking trips to Europe or exotic and pricey destinations, they do travel nonetheless, just a little closer to home. Some travel blogs specialize in specific destinations or focus on regions in the U.S. Let’s say you live in the Northeast. The New England states have some pretty terrific attractions, with thousands of B&B’s, magnificent scenery and major metropolitan areas. It’s easy to see that this type of travel blog is a perfect niche. In fact, the same can be said of every region in the U.S. It should also be mentioned that your readership is not confined to the region you’re blogging on your audience extends internationally. For example, with the favorable exchange rate Europeans now enjoy, many more are traveling to U.S. destinations than ever before. Your work is cut out for you! It will require a lot of in-depth research, but a travel blog is always a work in progress. You’ll want to launch with sufficient content to catch the attention of the search engines and simply continue adding material. As to structure, organizing your pages so that each page contains only information relevant to a specific town, attraction or topic, allows you to precisely target ads and content links which are relevant to that reader. For example, if you’re reviewing a Bed & Breakfast in xyz town, including a link to that B&B’s booking page within your blog post can earn you a commission, assuming you’ve got an agreement with the owner. Place ads for guidebooks of the area, nearby attractions, such as museums, guided nature tours, fishing excursions and the like. It’s clear that, if you launch with 50 pages of concentrated content, you’re bound to make money with your new travel blog. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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