How to Make Money: Travel Blog Travel blogging is becoming a very popular pasttime these days, as there are many people who just want to share their travel experience. Although, there are other people who want to write about their travels while making extra cash at the same time. Whatever your reasons may be, you want your blog to be as professional as possible, so you’re going to want your content to be topnotch. And if travel blogging is something that you really enjoy, then you may also want to have the capability set up to allow you to download pictures in a predetermined format. Your content may be the best on the web, but it will be all the more better if it’s supplemented by a few outstanding photos. Most people who are heavily involved with the blogosphere have a comments section set up, which promotes user involvement. Maybe users will have suggestions about how the blog could be done better, maybe they are fellow bloggers who want to network with other bloggers, or maybe they are people who just enjoy being a part of an online community. Whatever their reasons are for interacting with your blog, it means more potential revenue for you, the blog owner. This is why it’s so important to keep your content as entertaining and informative as possible. Keeping your content fresh will pay off for you in two ways. The first way is that people will always have something new to come back to so that they can be entertained, learn, or gather ideas for their own blog. Keeping your content fresh keeps the traffic flowing at a steady clip. It also helps keep you in good standing with search engine rankings because hungry search engines love fresh content and reward it by placing it higher in the rankings. I think the main reason for this is because search engines, like Google, know that Internet users log on to find the most relevant information they can about whatever topic they’re searching for. So, if there are 2 blogs out there that describe Hungarian travel experiences, then people are going to want know about what happened last week, not last year. These days, a lot of travel bloggers are what can be best described as computersavvy nomads. You might be surprised both by the things that you can accomplish with a laptop that has WiFi capacity as well as by where you can accomplish these things. Some travel bloggers also have cell phones with a builtin camera, so they can snap pictures of their travels in say, Romania, transfer and download the images to their blog, post some relevant content pertaining to the photos, and in an instant, someone in California can be privy to all of this and suddenly have their minds made up that they want to take a trip to Romania. When this happens, those people in California are most certainly going to come back to that person’s blog in the future. And that really is the name of the game – generating traffic in such a way that it will keep people coming back for more.