Sustaining through the lockdown: A travel vlogger’s model

  • Mohammed Salim Khan, Travel Blogger, writes about how the epidemic has affected travel companies, as well as travel bloggers.
  • He writes, “After all this and we are free to move on, I hope I will continue to connect with my audience as I have been doing for the past few months.”

Lockdown has been a challenge for everyone, but it’s a tough one for travelers and travelers. The past few days have been a nightmare and the former tourist attraction is now gone. The sudden spread of coronavirus has brought about a normal life and a standing ovation.

As a traveling vlogger, I had to be on my global tour this time around and write the fun of my YouTube channel. But what I had planned now was taken away – or I would just stand forever and settle down in my house in Mumbai waiting for the plague to end.

The fear of coronavirus did not go unnoticed as I prepared for my 2020 trip and resubmitted my plan to promote 200 vlogs and go 12 international destinations in 365 days. It was proven that the plague could have a profound effect on not only my travels but also my finances.

A great source of income for those who will subscribe to YouTube’s ads and advertising, advertising and affiliate advertising But with the plague looming, businesses are on the move and there is little to do. Travel and tourism companies around the world have been affected and have left millions without work.

You are always at risk of getting into trouble on TV and blogs. It can be inconsistent, but uncertain. But right now we are in trouble. Being a traveler, I do not live at home, so I was happy to spend time with my family and myself. I decided to focus on my health and my work schedule.

When the lock was announced, I took a break for a week to prepare my way and come up with ideas on how to lose contact with the subscriber. My only opinion is that the show should go on and everything else will be in place. I took this separation as difficult.

After resting for a week or so, I decided to force myself to upload 21 vlogs in 21 days as an incentive. Not only does it bring my subscribers closer to me but it also makes a lot of interest because they don’t know what to expect in the future.

The problem was bigger for me than for my audience. I took it upon myself to add something fun to the home game and challenged the spectators to also play it. I began working on a project, such as cleaning, shopping, and socializing with my friends. But there was a danger that the audience did not like these movies. To my surprise, however, he not only liked the movies but also the number of subscribers in 21 days.

We have all been at home. As a result, they are more likely to spend more time on our cell phone, looking for fun results. As vloggers, our biggest problem is which part of our lives we need to reveal next.

Roy T. Bennett has rightly said, “You do not change your life until you leave the place you were at; the changes begin at the end of your ideal place.” This is absolutely true. i see my travel videos which is the core of my pass it up to expand it.

When all of this is over and we are free to move on, I hope I will continue to connect with my audience as I have been doing for the past few months. It’s been a pleasure sharing the home side of travel blogging blogs, and I love the friendships and relationships we build at the moment!

Mohammed Salim Khan,
Travel Blogger

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