5 Ways To Monetize Your Travel Website

Earn extra income for your travel business

If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught the travel industry anything, it’s the value of having alternative revenue streams. Because when catastrophe strikes—and you physically can’t take bookings—a secondary source of revenue can help you stay afloat until the world rights […]

How To Promote Your Travel Website

9 ideas for promoting your travel website

A travel website is no field of dreams—just because you build it, doesn’t mean anyone’s going to come and see it. No, if you want your travel site to be successful, you’re going to have to work for it, which […]

What Should A Travel Website Include?

6 tourism website must-haves

There’s no one-size-fits-all answer for what your travel website should include. Because it should be as unique as your business. (Which is a good reason to avoid template-based, cookie-cutter, do-it-yourself website builders.) When thinking about what to include on your […]

Making Your Travel Website Mobile-Friendly

Male tourist searches on his mobile phone. Is your travel website mobile friendly?

In case you hadn’t heard, mobile is huge. Apparently, more people own a mobile phone than a toothbrush. In fact, there are more mobile phones on the planet than people. And it’s estimated that 72.6 percent of internet users will […]

Should You Add Pop-ups To Your Travel Website?

You hate pop-ups. We all hate pop-ups. That’s why the device you’re looking at right now has a pop-up blocker built into it. But a funny thing happens when you have your own website. Suddenly those annoying pop-ups start looking […]

3 Mistakes That Make Your Site Look Untrustworthy


“Trust is the glue of life. It’s the most essential ingredient in effective communication. It’s the foundational principle that holds all relationships.” ― Stephen R. Covey If people don’t trust you, they won’t willingly hand their money over to you. […]

Where To Start When Starting A Website

Beginner's Guide To Starting A Website

I launched my first website in 2009. Mercifully, no evidence of it remains. The same can’t be said for this 2011 version that has been archived for posterity by The Wayback Machine. Yikes! It’s like looking at an old yearbook […]