10 Simple Tips For Travel Bloggers From The New York Times Travel Show

travel-writing

Do you love to travel? Of course you do, but after all that jet setting you realized your wanderlust has beaten your budget like the conga. Sure you can find deals or even double your flier miles with travel hacks but you need the moola. Trust me I know. A.V. cares, if don’t nobody else care. Well word on the street there is this “mysterious” thing called travel blogging where people get paid thousands of dollars for going on exotic trips and taking awesome selfies. Oh that isn’t how it works? Sigh. Don’t fret I come with solutions. Recently, I had the pleasure of attending the New York Times Travel Show and got some pretty good tips to share with you all! If being a travel blogger is something you truly want, it makes sense to get the low down from the pros. This trade show is the largest and longest-running trade and consumer travel show in North America. Welp, sounds like the right place to learn more about this industry. After many panels and discussions about every continent, here are my findings.

10 Simple Tips For Travel Bloggers

An important tip that I almost forgot is start a blog. Sounds simple enough but you will be surprised how many people want to start blogs (not vlogs) but don’t like to write. You have to write consistently to be a blogger. Who knew? Watch the video below as I discuss some of these tips live from the show!

 

 

Are you a travel blogger? Do you have some tricks that I left out?

8 thoughts on “10 Simple Tips For Travel Bloggers From The New York Times Travel Show

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *