Nowhere in the world does it say that you cannot get paid to travel around the world. If traveling is your passion, you can see the whole world and get paid to do it. Fortunately, in this age of technology there are a lot of ways you can travel all around the world and also get paid to do it.
If you have the talent for it, become a correspondent for a Travel channel or magazine. Working for a travel magazine or a Follow my travels channel, you get to see the best of places, live in the best of accommodations and have the best of foods. The best part is, all this is paid for by your employer. The main job of a travel correspondent is to travel around, gather information about a place, and report back. If you can take pictures as well, you are in travel heaven. The pays are really good and the job allows you to do what you love the most.
Listings: Dig for Details. Blogs are supposed to be up to date and convenient. If you blog about hotels, restaurants, bars, museums — any place you want to send your readers — go the extra mile. Include the address, phone number, email and website. Also, cover the costs. If you describe a meal, include the price. If you plug a museum, give the ticket price. It’s great to inform you readers about a restaurant, but your post is much less useful if they have to go to a second source to find an online menu or estimate the cost.
That term skeeves me out. I break into Travel blog cold sweats when I think about marketing anything. If I had the choice between slapping smiley face stickers on Walmart customers or being a salesman, I would have a lot of glue under my nails. Then there is the plethora of gimmicks out there on how to get rich quick online. The whole thing is a major turn off.
Buy tickets early if you like matinees. If you are travelling in the summer, the peak time for the OSF, you will likely find that matinees sell out quickly. When I started making travel plans in April, I found late July matinees were already sold out for some of the shows I wanted to see. This is another case of the early bird catching the good tickets.
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