Travel educates, but they can also give you money online. Travel blogs are very readily read, and the most popular ones have hundreds of thousands of visits, which of course allows you to raise money from clicks on ads, and even to pay to promote companies such as travel agencies. We all love to visit different countries and get to know foreign cultures, but if you want to become so-called "digital nomad", you have to follow some basic principles that will allow you to make effective online money on your passion for traveling and to maintain a balance between work and private life. Here's what you need to consider as a tourist blogger.
Organization of work is the basis. Traveling is not difficult, but if you add the responsibility for regular blogging and getting followers to your social networking accounts, then it is not that easy. Travelers who know how to make money on the Internet on their passions generally spend a certain amount of time on the day of blog development. We suggest 2-3 regular hours a day, for example in the morning or in the evening, and if possible, doing the daily work. Only regular work can earn you a steady income, and if you do it just casual you will not get much revenue. For this purpose, take a quiet corner in your apartment or hotel, so that no one is bothered by your work and you will be woken up to those few hours a day. Of course, you will need stable Internet access, which you will find almost anywhere (unless you are traveling on some uninhabited island!), So planning your trip, check the places where you will stay longer you have access to the network. It is also worth to look at other popular bloggers and see how they live, how they organize time, what they do to win fans. All this will make making money online will be even easier for you.
Invest in good tools, and we do not mean here a spacious backpack and comfortable shoes that are important when traveling, but the hardware and software you need in a travel blogger's job. Get a quick computer, because it is essential for efficient work. Old, disruptive hardware will reduce your productivity, and if it fails, you can lose the data you keep on disk, so it's a good idea to regularly replace your PCs with new ones. The same applies to software, hosting services, or a good domain operator. Pay for regular and up-to-date cloud services such as hosting and domain, and best keep track of where you are when and where to pay. Remember also that there are free replacement programs, for example instead of the popular Photoshop you can use free Gimpa - so you do not have to spend a lot of money right away and gradually buy what you need.
Keep balance between work and leisure. Traveling to the other end of the world can be quite exhausting, and when you add your own site-related responsibilities, visitor acquisition, and exposure to advertisers, it can be quite hot. Try to make free weekends for you to get a bit of a balance and where you will not think about work. It will make you breathe in peace and you will gain valuable inspirations. If you go out with a partner, make sure you have a relationship and remember to spend time with the other person: you will certainly be reimbursed when you need help. Ultimately, this is going to be your big adventure, not just the torture at the other end of the world. So, good luck and we wish you many fans from Poland, wherever you are!