Thanks for your interest in blogging for MyFamilyTravels.com. You may have some questions about the process but remember, it’s easy – not rocket science!
Blogging is simple to do and a good way to share your travel tips and journals with others, as well as a great way to store those vacation memories.
Our site is set up for you to add your own blogs about your trip. Our staff reviews everything to make sure that it’s been uploaded correctly, so you can’t really go wrong.
Getting Started with Your Blog
It takes just a few steps.
- First you’ll have to log in. If you already have an account on www.MyFamilyTravels.com, you can click on Login in the upper right side of the homepage, and input your username and password.
- If you don’t have an account, this is the time to create your account and do a Profile page, uploading a photo of yourself and your travel preferences. If you prefer, you can login using your account on Facebook, Twitter, AOL, Yahoo and other online services, and our server will just ask you to verify your email address.
- Log in and begin to write. Please use the Create link on the upper right side of every page to add your blog posts. You can add a blog by clicking on that link and writing your story and adding photos; or you can add questions and answers to our discussion forums; or upoad your photos with captions to create a photo gallery. Once you ‘save’ or ‘submit’ the piece, it is published, and can be shared with friends and family across the web.
Best Practices for Blogging About Anything
Choose a good title for your blog so other site visitors will know what it’s about, put it in the right destination or topic category, and feel free to add relevant tags to it so other travelers can find it easily.
Our staff will moderate posts and embed links as needed, in order to control the spam.
Many thanks and we look forward to hearing your thoughts!
Kyle and the FTF editorial staff
This story was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question, and stay up to date with current events to ensure a safe and successful trip.