What to Post on Threads as a Travel Blogger?

Meta launched its newest social media platform, Threads, and it’s hot! For the last few days, many people (including us) have been Threadin’ constantly and in just five days, Threads has over 100 million users making it the fastest-growing app in history. This sounds like a promising new social media platform if you ask us. If you haven’t hopped on the bandwagon yet, this is your sign to do so. But what should you post on this mostly text-based social media platform? In this blog post, we’re sharing a lot of travel-related ideas to post on Threads that ask for engagement. Don’t forget to add an appealing photo or video to your Thread for even better results!

In the past days, we’ve been trying some of these Thread ideas out. Don’t forget to follow us on Threads to see which work best!

La Petite France in Strasbourg, France

Strasbourg, France

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Engagement on Threads

Just like on other social media platforms, we’d highly recommend posting engaging content on Threads. Engagement on social media is important because it creates an active and loyal community, enhances the visibility of your content and personal brand, and enables you to connect with your audience on a deeper level. When people actively participate in discussions, share their thoughts, and connect with one another, it creates a vibrant and interactive community around your content. It’s also a way of building meaningful relationships with your followers. Responding to comments, messages, and mentions shows that you value and appreciate your community. Furthermore, social media platforms often prioritize content that generates high levels of engagement and Threads is no exception. When your Threads receive likes, comments, and quotes or rethreads (like a retweet but on Threads), it signals to the algorithm that your content is valuable and relevant, leading to increased visibility in users’ feeds and potentially reaching a larger audience.

Yvoire, one of the Most Beautiful Villages in France

Yvoire, France

However, coming up with engaging content isn’t always easy. Maybe this text-based social media platform is completely new to you as you’ve never used Twitter. Or maybe you have a busy life (don’t we all?) and can’t find time to sit down and think about what to post on Threads. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Let’s dive deeper into some travel topics that make you able to communicate with your followers and will contribute to creating an engaging community.

Canal in Annecy, France

Annecy, France

Relatable travel Threads

Relatable content is great for engagement because it resonates with your audience on a personal level, making them more likely to connect and respond. It often revolves around shared experiences or common interests and brings people together based on their shared understanding. This fosters a sense of community and encourages people to engage with the content and with each other. Relatable content also tends to be highly shareable because people want to share it with their friends, family, or followers who might also relate to it. Here are 10 ideas for relatable travel Threads:

  1. Finding the perfect travel buddy is like finding a needle in a haystack, but when you do, it’s a match made in wanderlust heaven. Who’s your travel buddy?

  2. The post-vacation blues hit hard when you realize you have to go back to reality and your daily routine. Can I get a time machine, please?

  3. No matter how many countries you’ve been to, the excitement of stepping off the plane and exploring a new destination never gets old.

  4. That feeling when you’re sitting on the plane and the pilot comes on to say: “We are now ready for takeoff.” The excitement is real!

  5. Is it just me, or does packing for a trip always involve a battle between “I might need this” and “I should pack light”?

  6. Post-vacation blues hitting hard? Don’t worry, you can always plan the next adventure and keep the wanderlust alive!

  7. There’s something magical about witnessing a sunset over a breathtaking landscape. Nature truly knows how to put on a show.

  8. There’s no better souvenir than memories. Take lots of photos, but don’t forget to savor the moments and create lasting memories.

  9. Traveling brings you face-to-face with the unknown, teaching you to embrace uncertainty and find beauty in the unexpected.

  10. A true traveler knows that it’s not about how many stamps you have in your passport, but the stories behind each one.

Sunset on the Beach in Montalivet, France

Montalivet-les-Bains, France

Ask your audience engaging travel questions

Another great way of engaging with your community is asking them engaging travel related questions. You might discover some new destinations to put on your own travel bucket list too! Think about sharing one of these Threads ideas next:

  1. Calling all beach lovers! Share a photo of your ultimate beach paradise. Let’s dream of sandy shores and turquoise waters!

  2. Let’s play a game of ‘Guess the Landmark’! Describe a famous landmark without mentioning its name and challenge others to guess it in the replies.

  3. What’s a bucket list destination you’re dying to visit? Let’s create a virtual travel wish list together!

  4. Name three essential items you always pack when traveling and can’t live without. I’ll go first: dry shampoo, a picnic blanket and a tripod.

  5. If you could live in any country for a year, which one would you choose?

  6. Let’s create a road trip playlist! Reply with your favorite road trip song, and let’s compile an ultimate road trip playlist together.

Boat Days in the Lake of Annecy, France

Annecy, France

“Would you rather”-questions on the topic of travel

“Would you rather”-questions are one of our favorite ways to engage with our community. Don’t forget to ask a follow-up question when you receive a comment on a “would you rather”-Thread! Which of the following 16 questions are you Threadin’ next?

  1. Would you rather explore a bustling city or relax on a remote island?

  2. Would you rather go on a road trip across your own country or fly to a foreign destination?

  3. Would you rather have a lifetime supply of free flights or free accommodation?

  4. Would you rather visit historical landmarks or natural wonders?

  5. Would you rather travel solo or with a group of friends?

  6. Would you rather spend a week in one location and fully immerse yourself or visit multiple destinations in the same time frame?

  7. Would you rather hike in the mountains or dive in the deep sea?

  8. Would you rather stay in a luxury hotel or go camping under the stars?

Sunset on the Beach of Montalivet, France

Montalivet-les-Bains, France

  1. Would you rather have the ability to speak and understand every language or have the ability to teleport to any destination instantly?

  2. Would you rather travel to a new destination every month but only stay for a day or stay in one destination for a year?

  3. Would you rather travel by train and enjoy scenic landscapes or by plane for quick transportation?

  4. Would you rather visit famous tourist attractions or discover hidden gems off the beaten path?

  5. Would you rather travel to places with cold climates or places with warm climates?

  6. Would you rather have a travel experience filled with thrilling adventures or one filled with relaxation and tranquility?

  7. Would you rather have a personal tour guide in every destination or be able to speak and understand the local language fluently?

  8. Would you rather have the opportunity to travel for free for the rest of your life but only visit places you’ve been before or pay for every trip but visit new destinations each time?

Yvoire, one of the Most Beautiful Villages in France

Yvoire, France

This-or-that travel Threads

This-or-that questions might be the easiest kinds of Threads to come up with, but they’re also very effective. It takes your community only a minute to answer the question and the answers are great opportunities for a follow-up question, like: “what is your favorite beach destination”? You could definitely throw in a this-or-that question on a regular basis. Here are 18 ideas to get you started:

  1. Beach vacation or mountain getaway?

  2. City exploration or countryside escape?

  3. Solo travel or travel with a companion?

  4. Historical sites or natural wonders?

  5. Road trip or air travel?

  6. Backpacking or luxury travel?

  7. Tropical destination or winter wonderland?

  8. Stay in a hotel or rent a vacation home?

  9. Explore a new city or revisit a favorite destination?

Mont Blanc View in Chamonix, France

Chamonix, France

  1. Guided tour or self-guided exploration?

  2. Cruise vacation or island hopping?

  3. Camping in the wilderness or glamping in comfort?

  4. Explore big cities or discover hidden gems?

  5. Stay in a bustling city center or relax by the seaside?

  6. Food and wine tour or outdoor adventure tour?

  7. Visit famous landmarks or off-the-beaten-path destinations?

  8. Travel light with just a carry-on or pack everything you need in a large suitcase?

  9. Explore multiple destinations in one trip or fully immerse in a single location?

Mountain Views from the Lake of Annecy, France

Annecy, France

Travel-themed puns for Threads

Puns, love them or hate them. Personally, we love throwing in a silly pun from time to time. What do you think of these three travel-related puns that involve the word Thread? To be honest, we chuckled.

  1. I can’t wait to Thread the globe and explore all its wonders!

  2. Traveling is like unraveling a whole new world, one Thread at a time.

  3. Exploring new destinations is like Threading memories into the fabric of your life.

Eguisheim, one of the Most Beautiful Villages in France

Eguisheim, France

We hope this blog post makes Threading for you a little bit easier. We would love to see you using these Threads ideas. Make sure to tag us on Threads whenever you use one!

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