THE YEAR IN REVIEW Everyone always says “Wow what a year it’s been!” every year – but we think we’ve had a bloody awesome year. There are a few people saying 2016 has been an absolute shitter with events & many tragedies. But for the couple behind Snorkels […]
What do you think it means to be a travel blogger?
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about this profession.
Like, for example, that we all travel the world for free.
That we are having a great time 100% of the time and sugar-coat reality.
On the day our Snorkels To Snow travel blog went live, I hoped we’d get about 100 page views within a couple of days.
Within the first 36 hours of our site going live, we had 670 PAGE VIEWS.
Given the number of travel blogs in existence, entering a somewhat saturated market was always going to be a challenge.
So, we were quietly very excited to have kicked off with a much bigger boom than expected.
This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge. DAY 4 This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 4 super powers! What are my super powers? My super powers are what I’m good at. […]
A journalist brain never rests.
It never stops questioning its surroundings.
It is always looking to go more in-depth, to uncover something new, to come up with new ideas.
A journalist brain is, at worst, inquisitive, at best – an unduly curious, impertinent, multi-tasking, always-on-the-go, analytical, critical-thinking investigative writing machine.
So how does having a journalist brain help create multiple blog post ideas from one trip?
OUR FIRST BLOGGING AWARD We are thrilled to be the recipients of a Liebster Award nomination from Emily at Adventures & Kindness! The Liebster Award is a blogging nomination for new and small blogs designed to share the blogging love and support new bloggers. Emily saw our potential actually before […]
The internet is saturated with articles on how to start a travel blog. But there was one thing I didn’t realise.
How much money it costs to start a travel blog.
It slowly became apparent that in order to have a good quality business-like blog & brand, I’d need to invest in a few things first.
I tried to take the free/cheap route as long as possible but in the end I knew I was going to have to pay to start a travel blog.
I am constantly in awe of some of the incredible written and visual storytelling on a number of travel blogs today.
I’ve poured over countless travel blogs seeking inspiration, advice and ideas – so we wanted to share our top 5 with you.
If you haven’t got them bookmarked on your browser yet, then make sure you do by the end of this article!