October 10, 2018
As drones have become more portable and more affordable, world travelers have added drones to their packing lists. Yet for professional travelers who don’t fly drones, watching that aerial footage can provide inspiration for any travel blog.
Thanks to a on AirVuz.com, finding stunning aerial shots of countries and cities from around the world is easier than ever. For bloggers looking for great content for their site, — a media website dedicated to aerial footage — can be a great resource.
If you’re a travel blogger who doesn’t take your own videos, or you take video but not aerials, browsing the of videos is a good place to start. Currently, the site has over 75 curated country collections, ranging from some of the top destinations in the world like , , and to less-frequented countries such as , , and . In every case, you’ll find curated collections which generally include the most popular spots within each country.
The AirV?z site also maintains collections of videos of various from around the world, including locations such as , and other cities that are popular among travel bloggers. The city collections also include groupings of cities such as the largest cities of or . Footage from these collections could be embedded onto any travel blog to help enhance your written content.
In addition, AirV?z has video collections on specific such as Spain’s or the , as well as regions which cover multiple countries such as the or the regions. If you’re looking to zero in on a particular part of a country, or are looking for video content covering a larger area, these collections can be helpful. In addition, the site maintains collections for subjects which are thematic rather than location-specific. Examples include related collections like or , or collections of like and . There’s even a collection for drone videos of .
Videos on AirVuz.com can be shared in a variety of ways, making it easy for travel bloggers to link to the plethora of aerial content. Each video has the ability to be shared to social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+ right from the video player page. Videos can also be embedded onto blogs and websites with an iframe embed code, also found on the video page.
Wherever you travel next, or wherever you’ve already traveled, there’s a good chance you’ll find accompanying drone footage on AirV?z to pair with your travel blog.
For more information, contact Tyler Mason, Director of Public Relations, at .
Since its launch in 2015, has become the world’s leading drone video and photography sharing platform and global community for drone pilots and aerial media enthusiasts. Drone enthusiasts worldwide can upload and share videos and photos in unlimited quantity and at no cost. Site users have free access to an ever-growing library of drone media content including easily browsable grouped into easy-to-navigate groupings such as , , , , and . AirV?z users also have access to , such as AirVuz News coverage of new and .
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