Vlogging as a nomad on YouTube

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If you are a travel lover, then you might be reading travel magazines or scrolling travels Instagram accounts. But things change. These trends may not be dead but video blogging is where the world is heading. vlogging has evolved into a full-blown industry with plenty of professional potentials.

When half of the world is stuck indoors and not being able to travel, they are turning to look for some travel-related YouTube vlogger video content. Because vloggers showcase all the places around the world that we’ve not yet got around to visiting.

There are tons of travel influencers making YouTube vlogs out there for you to enjoy. Being a vlogger seems like fun but there are different challenges you will face when you start making a vlog. Let’s find out how to vlog as a nomad on YouTube.

To become a travel vlogger, you need to travel

first of all, if you want to become a travel vlogger, then you need to travel. You must travel to your favorite destinations to create awesome vlogging content. A successful travel vlogger covers everything from destination guide, travel tips and advice, information, and much more.

What are the equipment and skills you need to start a vlog?

To get started to travel vlog, all you need is a normal camera, video editing software, or an editing app, and passion. You need to properly edit the content before making it live. In the editing step, you can add music, voiceover, subtitles, and anything else your travel vlog needs. Educate yourself on the basics of video editing with the program you use. (YouTube tutorials are quite helpful).

Make yourself a part of the vlogs

If you are a travel vlogger, tell your audience about yourself. Don’t just show around places. To make your vlog more engaging, interact with your audience.

Have a great profile on your YouTube channel

Make sure your YouTube channel is flawless. Your profile picture, description, and header should all fit your travel vlogger brand. Don’t forget to explain what you do, why, what the viewer can expect, and how often. Add your blog or a social media link to the channel about section.

Network with other travel vloggers

Connecting with other travel vloggers is the special source that will help your channel grow.  Learn from them and be generous with your own time. Also, doing collaborations will help build your reputation.

Don’t do it only for money

Don’t go into travel vlogging for the money because you’ll be disappointed in how long it takes to build up your channel. Instead, work hard and let your followers grow organically. The more views and followers you have, the more money you can earn.

How do vloggers make money?

●     Ads

●     Sponsorships

●     Affiliate marketing

●     Direct support from viewers

●     Freelancing

●     Speaking engagements

How much do YouTube travel vloggers make?

According to a business insider in 2015, “ they were earning $1,500-$2,000 a month as they traveled. In the past year, however, the business has taken off, and they now earn between $2,000 and $6,000 a month.”

Here is a small list of successful full vloggers.

  • Fun for Louis.
  • Ben Brown.
  • Dale Philip
  • Hey Nadine.
  • Wolters World.
  • Hopscotch the Globe.

Keep these points in mind and become a travel vlogger that everyone wants to watch.

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