3 Reasons Why You Should Keep a Travel Blog
- Author Amanda Hallen
- Published September 19, 2006
- Word count 390
In case you haven’t noticed, blogs (short for web logs, really just an online journal) are everywhere on the net. There are sport blogs, car fan blogs, cooking blogs—all geared towards taking what’s inside of your mind and getting it out in a manner that can be beneficial to others.
Travel is no different.
Whether you’re passionate about traveling, a weekend adventurer, or head out once a year with the family to experience what the world has to offer, a travel blog is a fabulous medium to share your encounters with others. In addition to any family member with a computer and Internet connection having the ability to access your blog, friends and friends of friends can read what you’ve written about destinations around the globe!
While there are dozens of reasons for keeping a general blog, we’ve come up three very good reasons to keep a specific travel blog. They are:
#1. Any bad experiences at hotels, restaurants, or stops along the way can be vented and heard as you write about your encounters, while the positive events can be pleasantly shared amongst avid blog readers around the planet on the World Wide Web. By choosing a travel specific site, potential readers are on that site with that one topic on their mind- and want to know what you have to say about their potential future destinations.
#2. Pictures, pictures and more pictures. Family and friends can keep a tab on you and your travels by reading all about your adventures and viewing he accompanying pictures that you’ve uploaded to your travel blog site of choice. Beside the fun of it, you’ll be saving yourself a few afternoons of re-showing your pictures to everyone who wants to see them. Simply send them the link to your travel blog, ask them to bookmark it on their favorites and visit it often to see where your travels have taken you now.
#3. Travel blogs bring your journal into the digital era, and preserves it for an eternity. Floods and other catastrophes can’t damage your memory or your blog, but they can certainly wreak havoc onto pictures, private paper journals and yes- can even damage computers and back-up discs, where the majority of invaluable digital photos are stored.
So what are you waiting for? Get blogging!
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