HOW VIABLE IS A CAREER IN TRAVEL VLOGGING? w/ Aly from PsychoTraveller Posted on September 14, 2018 4 hour work week Aly career Chiang Mai chicago hotels ChrisTheFreelancer Christopher Dodd Cody McKibben dallas hotels digital nomad Digital Nomad Academy Digital Nomad Documentary hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas interview las vegas hotels Long term travel private jet Psycho psychotraveller rental property travel Travel full-time travel vlog traveller vacation VIABLE VLOGGER vlogging workation youtuber 37 thoughts on “HOW VIABLE IS A CAREER IN TRAVEL VLOGGING? w/ Aly from PsychoTraveller” Nice Vid. Reply Thanks for sharing. It's always great to hear the back stories. Reply Good interview guys, look forward to next one. Reply I'm a new vlogger and I'm about to do exactly what she said. Bought a 1 way ticket to Asia and will be growing my channel there for months 😀 Reply Been watching your channel for a minute now and just subscribed. I recently visited Chang Mai when I was in Thailand and was blown away by all it had to offer. Been loving the collaborations you have been doing and looking forward to see where you go next. I make similar content so if you have a second check it out I always like to hear others creators thoughts. Keep the videos coming and ill keep watching. Thanks! Reply It's really weird to hear an Australian accent and an English accent in the same video as a southern American (USA). I enjoy the difference in the English language after moments like this. Thanks Chris for talking to my favorite travel vlogger :D. Reply what a scam this whole nomad thing is! Reply my two favorite nomads!!!! Reply Absolutely brilliant video. I wish I had seen it before I started travelling. Either way I've tried my best, and I'm very proud of my 176 subs. Love you all. Reply katy perry's doppleganger 😆 Reply I think that you can travel blog from home if you frame it the right way. You're home is a travel destination for someone! Reply Great tips! As someone who hopes to ONE DAY be a travel vlogger, this is very useful. Currently I am in the awkward stages of just beginning and trying to figure out what type of content I want to create before actually traveling starting September. And just getting comfortable in front of the camera. Tons of researching, note taking, and learning as I go at this point! Reply wow, this is really helpful.Thank you for this. Reply I loved this video – really helpful! I have started my travel journey this year 😀 Reply Man this Traveller chic gets around holy crap. Not a fan of her but no biggy. Reply any good resources or forums you could suggest that are free? easing into the "nomad" / remote career path… Reply Thank you for this video! Reply great video, very informative ! Right now im saving up and in march im going to SE Asia for 6+ months journey. I will start daily vlogging too ! Reply Does Ally post a blog post for every single one of her daily vlogs? I'm finding it hard to keep my blog updated with my daily YouTube content. Awesome interview btw! Everything Ally says is so relatable and honest! Reply In a field that is so saturated, it seems impossible to grow your channel. Just need to do it as a passion!! Reply Yeah I never knew what your book was about Ally – I actually thought it was fiction Reply Great video, thanks for the tips Reply Loved this Chris, great interview! You have a new subscriber 🙂 Big psychotraveller fan, as she is one of the few YouTubers that inspired me to start travel vlogging. You have just asked Aly all the questions I have ever wanted to! Thank you!! Reply Love her Palawan adventures! Reply Great job mate! Keep it up, it's so nice to watch you grow in your experiences YouTubing and journeying on your life path. Reply nice interview. I like her stuff, its a bit more indepth than the standard 22 year old traveling for the first time who is now a travel blogger/guru constantly posting instagram pics with overused slogans like "travel is the only thing you can spend money on that makes you richer". So many people think that this surface level parroting of the same old stuff that 99% of travel bloggers re-post is going to make them rich. the "learn to make money online" niche is full of the same stuff too, people who decide to start making money online by…..making a course on how to make money online…lol. This is why I like your channel, you go deeper than most in these 2 niches. Reply To Ali's point though, the reason Christian kept his views up and continued to build his audience after his break from travelling is probably mostly due to 3 things. 1- Information Vlogs (money, sponsorships, behind the scenes, etc)2- Thumbnails (Using his Girlfriend)3- Click Bait Titles. It was impressive to watch for sure. Props to all of you. Love all of your channels. 🙂 Reply Another great video Reply thanks for linking up with PsycoTraveller and this interview, very informative for us planning a similar career path in the near future 🙂 Reply Hey Chris! Love this interview, I've been following both you & Ally for quite some time. It's cool to see you two collaborating! Reply Greatt thanks guys Reply Another great video… Out of all the nomad videos I've been watching and researching, yours gives the most information about what is actually needed, along with the reality involved. Reply Lol I love PsychoTraveller and I always wanted to know making money through vlogging 😀 Wonderful Interview and thanks for sharing 🙂 Reply Great chatting with you Chris! Hope to meet up soon for a coffee and brainstorming session! Keep up the awesome content 🙂 Reply Well, well, well – that was sort of inspiring – Ally…….seemed more normal than usual – guessing it's your calming presence, Chris….:-) Reply What is the name of the vlogger Ally mentions at around 14:57? You were asking about her inspiration for creating content. Reply That's funny… I've been following here for awhile now, and I never knew her name was Ally. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.