Sharing Your Travel Tips on Your Travel Blogs

Travel Blogs

When you sit down to give the world your travel tips based on your experience at a recognized best destination, integrating the above tips will add strength and credibility to your travel blogs, and boost it head and shoulders above the rest.

1. Be specific. If you’ve had a poor experience with a vacation, those reading your travel blogs will be looking for travel tips on what specifically to avoid. Telling your readers to avoid a major theme park or other best destination early in the article will quickly cause them to loose interest before you’ve had a chance to explain your point.

2. Consider the cost. If you’ve had an excellent, or poor, experience on a vacation or at a specific hotel consider what you paid, and ensure your review is tailored accordingly. A reader of your travel blog will be looking for travel tips that match the experience they are paying for, and the company you’re reviewing will be judging the level of service you received based on the level of service you paid for.

3. Look at both sides. Every dark cloud has a silver lining and every poor experience has some upsides. Similarly, every excellent experience has ways it can be improved. While it may seem unintuitive to taint a good review with problems, or give positive points during a negative review, documenting the other side of the story gives more value to the travel blogs post you’re creating. Businesses and consumers know that nothing is completely bad or good and will give more value to travel tips that reflect this.

4. Don’t forget the little things. Consumers and business will both be looking for travel tips on how a vacation or a hotel at a recognized best destination scored on the big things such as price, comfort, and service. What will set your travel blogs above the rest however, will be the little things. For example, if something was unpleasant about your experience, where did it start? Did the elevator make your ears pop, was the quality of the roads (and signage) between your destination awful? If you’re writing a positive review, try and include the things that go almost unnoticed, but would make a large difference if they were missing. Examples include how the proper temperature was maintained, or how quiet things were kept. Business will value your travel blog’s post on their establishment more if they see that you have taken the time to really explore the effort they have put into making your experience a good one.

Remember that individuals who consume the services of a hotel, or the experiences of a vacation, may have a good – or bad – enough experience to elicit an online review using social media, corporate websites, or travel websites. It will be the professional and practiced way your post reads that will set your travel blogs apart for both companies and their clients.