How to get more followers as a travel blogger?


Are you writing a lot of travel blog posts? But you still don’t have loyal followers? Check out this travel blog post to learn how you can get more followers as a travel blogger. Start today with building your loyal community!

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Quality content

Why would someone follow your travel blog? As a travel blogger, you need to serve your readers. Provide exclusive information, hilarious entertainment, thrilling adventure, or a cozy community feeling. Trigger the brain of your audience with high-quality writing, photography, and videography. Dopamine, oxytocin, endorphins, adrenaline, and serotonin are all chemicals we seek. Always listen to your readers, and keep learning to improve your travel blog brand.

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Be visible

As a travel blogger, you need to treat your blog like a business. That means making your brand visible. Drive organic traffic through Google search, WordPress Reader, and Youtube search engines. SEO tools can help you to make your content findable. Also think about your website design, thumbnails, eye-catching pictures, and emotion-triggering titles. That’s how you let your new visitors stay longer on your travel blog.

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Gain exposure

Use social media to promote your travel blog posts. Think about Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, TikTok, and Youtube. Be active in groups, forums, and WhatsApp chats to gain loyal followers in your niche. You can also host online events, use paid advertisements, provide freebies, and collaborate with other travel bloggers to gain more attention. Don’t look at numbers but find your potential readers in small online communities.

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Build your tribe

If you already shared your content, and readers found your travel blog then it’s time to convert them into loyal followers. Try to build a close community. It will be your tribe that you can trust and that will provide you feedback. You can use platforms like Discord, Mailchimp email list, and Zoom online meetups. Check out also Facebook groups, page forums, and WhatsApp chats. You can even organize offline events as well for more social bonding.

On the picture you see a community of travel bloggers.

Provide value

Be valuable to your tribe of loyal followers. That means that it’s important to keep them engaged. The best way is to listen to your audience so your content will stay interesting. Ask questions, provide polls, organize events, and help your readers to reach their goals. Don’t become boring… Always surprise them with something new!

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Travel Blogging Academy

Do you want to learn how to get more followers and connect with a like-minded community of travel bloggers? Check out the Travel Blogging Academy to bring your travel blog to another level.

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To gain a loyal following as a travel blogger you need to be consistent with providing valuable content to your audience. Try to create a community so your readers can find their like-minded tribe where they belong.

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6 thoughts on “How to get more followers as a travel blogger?

  1. Thank you for sharing your expertise! I’ve been blogging for five years, and I’m slowly building a following, however, your tips made me realize that I’m probably not doing enough to grow my blog into a better one.

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    1. Hi Mike and Kellye, I’m happy to hear that the blog post helped you out. That’s also motivation to write more. I have also a WhatsApp group for travel bloggers so let me know if you would be interested to join. 🙂

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