If you’re wondering what this Case Study is all about, please read the introductory post from Week One . In last week’s installment of this Case Study , we covered part of Level 4 of the Flow Chart and discussed the differences between Blog Posts, Articles, and Reviews. This week we’re continuing Level 4 with some methods for adding interesting content to your travel blog, as well as tips for finding blog post ideas and staying inspired.
(If you’re wondering what this Case Study is about, please read the introductory post from last week .) When Suzy and I first chatted about her desire to have a travel blog, focused on a specific travel niche, upon which she could write about what she really loves and make money doing it , I put together a “flow chart” of action items that she would need to follow. The Flow Chart consists of eight (8) Levels, and each Level is broken down into a few easy-to-accomplish tasks.
Can a Travel Writer make money online?
Looking to get more mileage out of your travel writing?
Do you want a more successful blog? Do you want to work less and have more time for what you want?
My name is Nancy Brown and I have a confession to make: I sleep around a lot. Now don’t take that wrong. I’m a lodging editor .