If there’s one thing that’s to be said about running a blog, it’s that it requires a lot of effort and dedication on your part in order to be successful, especially when you consider that you are competing against literally millions of other blogs as well.
And when you’re traveling, your schedule may be more hectic, which means you may not always have the time to actually sit down and pump out articles or work on your marketing. In these instances, it’s important to have a plan in place to ensure that you will always be working on your blog even when you’re time is more restricted due to travel.
Here are the top strategies for running your blog while traveling:
Write Multiple Posts Ahead of Time
There’s no rule that says you have to write a post write before you publish it. If anything, it will be a much wiser strategy to write multiple posts at once weeks if not even months ahead of time. This way, when you’re busy and your hands are tied, you’ll still have content that is available to publish.
One of the most important blogging tips of all time is to make sure you actually post consistently. Your readers will want to know on what day(s) they can expect to read a new post. This is why having a schedule that you closely adhere to is very important. Writing multiple posts ahead of time can also help you to keep up with this schedule.
If time is really not on your side, you can still always outsource your work to ghostwriters as well. You can also outsource other kinds of work such as editing, publishing, running your social media campaigns, and so on. One thing to take note of is what when you’re traveling from one country to another, and if your employee/freelancer works in another country, you may need to use a remittance service of some kind to convert and send money to them.
Still Set Aside Time
Traveling is a lot of fun, and the only thing you probably want to do is sightsee and explore your various destinations. Nonetheless, running a blog still requires discipline, so you’re going to have to set aside time to force yourself to get work done.
Only you know what your schedule is, which means that only you know when the best times are for you to work. But ideally, you’ll actually schedule your days and weeks ahead of time instead of just trying to wing it when you feel like it.
Running A Blog While Traveling
Maintaining your blog while traveling the world may be more difficult in contrast to when you’re working from home and local coffee shops, but by utilizing just one or two of the above strategies, the overall process will be much easier for you.