Hi Dan - I'm in Belize for six months and a few of my friends suggested that I blog about my experience living as an ex-pat. I have been a writer professional and personally all my life and think the writing part should be relatively manageable (I keep a very detailed daily journal so can extract from that) but what I don't quite understand is how I actually launch the blog. I'm not a huge Facebook or social media person so not sure if I blog via that means or exactly how to distinguish and promote the blog. Thanks for your advice.
I am in need of some help with my Travel Blog. I started my blog in December with the help of a friend. I obviously need a great deal of help , with as you put it, your “ABOUT” page is the most important page on your blog. I used my ABOUT page like my life’s journey? Too long, and obviously of no interest to my viewers! What should one have on their HOME page? My other heading I titled “Andy’s Travel services” – Your comments would be appreciated. Finally, my travel blogs I’m proud of as a “rookie blogger”. Working as a partner with a Major Tour Operator in Europe, I am hoping to introduce travelers to find simplicity in their travel, with unique and new experiences, assist them in their planning, share my knowledge. I drove and guided camping tours throughout Europe for three years in the late 60’s, where I accumulated a great deal of knowledge. My blog is focusing on unique excursions and outings for those interested in a Mediterranean Cruise – Namely Venice to Barcelona .I am wondering how you could help me in revamping my current look? I look forward to any advice you may have, that could point me in a fresh, new direction?
Bookmarking this for future reference, thanks Bryan! also let me add that if you want to build muscles than you have to start off by watching your diet, you can’t just expect to lift a bunch of weights and build muscle if your diet sucks, lifting weights is easy, but cutting out junk food can be tough, when you have finally gotten your diet in check than focus on lifting heavy and hard, but the most important thing is being consistent and keeping a log and a good routine going, you won’t get very far if your inconsistent in this game, start off by doing big compound movements, such as squats, pull ups, dead lifts and such, I know it’s tough for a lot of folks to find a good routine to keep them going but it’s vital that you do this, I’ve made some amazing gains in just a few months thanks to the advice I got over at this guy really helped me get a great program going that allows me to keep track of my weight and gains using a really neat tool, as well as an awesome routine, anyways good luck and never give up on your journey to making big gains!