Personalise the link to your blog
Create as many maps, spots and posts as you want
Maximum number of photos you can upload on your blog
Link your videos from Youtube/Vimeo to the spots
Visitors can comment on your photos and posts
See how many people visit your blog every day
Protect the privacy of your blog with a password
The lines between the Spots follow the actual roads
Alert your relatives and friends about the new updates
How can I get a Premium account?
First you need to create a free account.
Then, you can activate your Premium account from your Administration (Settings > Premium > Buy Now).
How can I pay for the Premium account?
There are 3 ways to pay:
By credit card, directly in your TravelMap administration. It's fully secured using HTTPS. All the transactions are handled by Stripe.By default it's a one-off payment, but you can check the box "Renew automatically" and your Premium account will be renewed automatically every month/year until you cancel it.
- Use PayPal (with or without a PayPal account).
Make a bank transfer (contact me for the bank details).Your Premium account will be activated once the payment has been received (generally takes 2 or 3 days).
What happens after 1 year when the Premium account expires ?
Your account will automatically switch back to a "free account". Your blog will still be available online.
No data is deleted. The additional Premium features are simply disabled.
As for the photos, you just won't be able to add new ones if you already have more than 100 - but all your photos are kept.
What's with the photo limit?
Uploading and storing millions of photos requires a lot of resources. That's why there are limits on how many photos you can upload for both Free and Premium accounts.
If you need to store more than 3 000 photos, please contact me and we can work something out.
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We want to inspire and encourage sustainable and meaningful travel. That's why we give Premium account to people who share our vision:
- Respect the environment by using slow transport modes like cycling, hiking, sailing, etc
- Open-minded, stay close to nature and local cultures
- Travel with a non-profit mission to educate, inspire and improve people's lives
Sounds like what you do? Then please tell us more about your plans - and don't forget to send us the link to your TravelMap blog.Write to us