Month: October 2017

The Best Remote Jobs Every Passionate Traveler Should Try

Technology has changed the way we work and the way we see our job as being perfect. Are you a 9 to 5er or an ardent traveler? If you are the first one, perhaps this article will be able to persuade you to take an adventure. 

If you are the ardent traveler who is confident that his skills and adaptability will make him strive, take a bow. You, my friend, are a rare breed. Not only you will see every sunset from a different place but, you will have lots of new experiences.

If you are the passionate traveler and you need some quick cash to keep on moving, I’ll show you some jobs you should consider. For you, office/comfort zone prisoner, this is a reminder that there’s life behind that window, and it’s a fun one. Here’s how both of you can find a means to an end.

Content Marketer

This position is the most basic job you can choose. Virtually, your job will be to create engaging content for your clients to share. Whether we talk engaging videos, articles, photos, rich media content, or simply rewriting your client’s site in a very appealing way, everything can be done remotely.

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Four Myths of Travel Crowdfunding You Should Know

Are you planning to go around the world, drink wine in Paris, enjoy the vibrant nightlife of Vegas, and finance the whole or part of the trip through crowdfunding? Think again! It is not as easy as it sounds. You need to run a crowdfunding travel campaign to raise funds. And it requires a lot of hard work before, during, and after the funding (fingers crossed) campaign to finance your world trip from strangers. Here are four myths for travel crowdfunding that you must know before you launch your first campaign:

You can Travel the World without Giving Anything Back

Most people will not buy you a trinket and expect nothing in return. With this in mind, you need to create something to give back to your donors. Make travel documentaries, provide free and unique travel tips, or put together images of various travel places in the form of a coffee table book or something useful for other travelers. So, before you ask for money, think of value you are going to provide to your donors.

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