While being a blogger can be a great opportunity to express yourself it can also become time consuming. In fact, there are many bloggers who have quit their full time jobs in order to blog permanently. What may seem like an effortless task for those who are reading the blogs is far from easy for the bloggers. They are tasked with the responsibility of creating content, editorial calendars and the overall maintenance of the website.
I know that blogging feels like an overwhelming task, especially if you're a small business owner with a limited staff, but the enormous opportunity you're missing out on by not having a regular blog is staggering. There is no better way to create customer loyalty AND bring in new clients that is so cheap and efficient.
I'm pretty sure you know the feeling. This feeling of frustration to see some growth- any growth on your blog. You feel like you've tried every possible strategy. But things aren't moving as fast as you'd like. You just don't seem to be getting the ROI for your efforts. Forget money. You're not even getting shares, subscribers, recognition or engagement.
Like all adventures, the transition from traveler to travel blogger never goes exactly as expected. One minute you're opening your brand new, shiny wordpress account, daydreaming of the day someone will actually pay you to gallivant around the globe... The next, you're up to your neck in editorial calendars, social media, and editing content.
If you ask me, museums are some of the best places on Earth. You can find so many and about different topics, that it is always possible to find your place or that little piece of art or history that you just needed to see in your life. One of my favorite word combination definitely include "Museum + Free" and it is one of the things that makes me really happy while traveling.