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5 Tips to Write a Captivating Crowdfunding Description

Whether you are a digital nomad in need of an extra nudge in terms of financial aid, or someone with a passion for a meaningful travel, crowdfunding can always be a viable option. Relying on the goodwill and spirits of strangers doesn’t have to seem desperate or selfish whatsoever. Numerous examples of FundMyTravel campaigns illustrate the fact that your charm and professionalism can indeed bring in some much needed financial help to your side.

Crowdfunding, when done right is very effective. In fact, in North America alone, crowdfunding projects have exceeded a volume of 17 billion. The number of crowdfunding campaigns is only expected to continue growing. This means a lot of opportunities, but also a lot of competition.

Coming up with a relatable and personal, professional and respectful crowdfunding description can be difficult. This is especially true given the competitive and crowded (no pun intended) nature of the crowdfunding scene. So how do you write a captivating enough campaign to bring people to your side in terms of monetary aid?

Write in Short, Direct, Informative Sentences

If your campaign description is going to appeal to donors, it’s very important that you come across as being very straight forward. If you write, long, complex sentences, that runs counter to the goal. So does being indirect. The last thing you want to do is sound as if you are obfuscating or beating around the bush.
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5 Common Problematic Factors You Might Encounter while Traveling

Traveling is one of the best experiences anyone can have, but it’s not free of it’s fair share of problems. As much as you want to feel carefree and be easy-going on your trip, certain factors, some you can’t control, can make parts or even the entirety of your trip problematic. Despite preparing diligently for your trip, you’ll still be prone to encountering difficult situations. It’s not about avoiding them, but rather, how to go through them with ease and not letting it put a damper on your whole trip.

Such problematic factors differ in many ways. Sometimes, it’s about the people who live there and how they manage their societies. Other times, it’s simply because of Mother Nature herself. While there’s no way to completely avoid them, you should still be familiar with what they are so you’ll know how to navigate through them. Here are 5 common problematic factors you might encounter while traveling.

Disagreeable Weather

Man can never control the weather, they just predict it. But sometimes, those predictions turn out to be wrong. You might be packing for a summer getaway to Thailand, but suddenly find it’s full of rain showers while you are there. Or you might be expecting some cold nights in northern France, but then it’s like a heatwave during your trip. There’s no escaping disagreeable weather conditions, but there is a way to handle them: pack wisely. Plan your outfits in layers and be sure to bring a rain jacket. The more prepared you are, the less hassle the weather patterns will give you.

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8 Effective Ways to Save Money While Traveling Abroad

For many people traveling abroad can be a dream trip. Most people want to explore the other side of the globe however, only a few make this dream true. Traveling to a foreign country can be an exciting thing to do. The world is full of places with both nature and man-made wonders. You might be wanting to visit the high fashioned life of Paris or the enchanting peaks of the Himalayas. Ultimately, your dream trip can be anywhere in the world.

However, it takes a lot of planning and preparations for traveling abroad. If your dream city is in a country with a lower economy it might not cost you much but, if the destination is in a country with a more expensive lifestyle, you will need to have a good amount of traveling funds saved for your trip. It doesn’t matter if you are on a tight budget or not, smart saving tricks can always be applied to make your travel memories happier without breaking the bank.

This article has all of the information you will need before heading on your trip abroad.

Planning – You should plan your trip at least 6 months before to find the best flights and accommodations possible. It is also a good idea to check flight prices at, not only the city you are visiting, but also surrounding airports – to find the best deal.

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6 Essential Money-Saving Tips to Travel on a Budget

Many think that traveling is a luxury which can be done only if you have loaded pockets. Wrong! It is possible to travel the world on a shoe-string budget too. If you’re planning to travel long-term, then a travel budget is essential as it will eliminate the stress of running out of money. So, how to do it? Read on to find tips and tricks on how to create a travel budget.

Determine Daily Travel Budget

Yes, budgeting is necessary even when traveling. Consider the duration of your stay and determine how much you need to spend each day to stay within your budget. Include the accommodation and activities you plan to do during the trip. If you overspend a few days, balance it out by under-spending on another day. You can use apps to track your budget and to ensure that you stick to the planned budget.

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7 Unusual Tips On How To Crowdfund Your Travels

Crowdfunding is popular with individuals and organizations alike. You can use it to raise money for virtually any cause. Unfortunately, with so many people using crowdfunding sites, it can be hard to stand out among the thousands of other online campaigns. Putting a couple of posts on Facebook or Twitter asking people to fund your travels is no longer enough.

If you want to reach your goal, you need to get creative when asking for donations. Why not try these 7 tactics?

1: Create outstanding content that links back to your campaign page – and share it!

Establish yourself as an authority on your topic and convey your enthusiasm by creating articles or videos and sharing them on as many sites as possible.

For example, if you want to volunteer to teach English abroad in a developing country, you could submit a guest post about barriers to education to a teaching blog. You could then include your campaign link in your author bio, along with a few sentences about what you hope to achieve on your travels.

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