Commenting can generate traffic to your blog. However, if you’re a travel writer and don’t know how to leave a comment, you can do more harm than good. Remember, the goal is to leave a comment that is relevant to the website you visit.
Think about how a travel gallery or journalism in general can make a lot of money. There are so many ways and advertising is just one of the ways. The basic concept of making money through blogging though is one constant – you will of course, sell stuff.
Now…we move to the savvy marketers who operate their travel blogs as a home based business. Either full-time or part-time. They love travel and making money from home. And, speaking of money, what’s the one thing all these travel blogs have in common? Most of them have AdSense ads on their blogs. When a visitor clicks on these Google Ads, they make money!
Offer to write the blogs for at a reasonable rate. Think of it as the “try it before you really buy it” technique. Once you and your potential client establish that you “click,” you can always adjust your rates. By the way, this is a great way to build your portfolio.
Think about it. What about the business travelers? Even small towns bring in the weary, overworked people traveling for business. They need to know about affordable lodging and decent dining. If they find the time to shop, they want to get something for their partners and kids.
Almost all blogs have a focal point and it’s what you’re blogging about. But niche blogs not only have a focal point they’re profit driven. This is clear with marketing blogs. For example, you may see eBooks being offered on becoming a better marketer, recommended reads from an affiliate site or sponsor may be promoted, and you may even see pay-per-click links embedded in the articles.
Another way to earn good income is by writing posts for projects in various posting sites. Setting up account is free with the sites. The money you earn will be deposited electronically in your account and can be withdrawn through ATM anywhere in the world.
These are ways to use your blog to find freelance writing jobs. Remember when you write your blog be real and have passion for what it is you’re writing. Be of service to people and add value. You’ll be surprised at how much business and traffic you’ll generate. More importantly it will open doors to writing opportunities and happiness!