Money-Making Travel Blogs: Your Step-by-Step Guide for Turning Adventures and Hobbies into Income
If you want to travel more often but don’t have the finances …
Or if you’re attracted to the idea of someone else paying for your vacations in exchange for your opinions about the things you see and do …
Then this is the best gig ever!!
There’s no editor. No boss. No lengthy writing guidelines. And travelers are pocketing $4,000 … $5,000 … even $10,000 A MONTH doing it.
If you’re already posting your travel photos and thoughts on Facebook or sending emails to family and friends about the things you see and do when you travel, then you already have ideas about what to write about. Here’s how you can turn those ideas into spare income …
Richard Nahem is an ex-New Yorker living in Paris.
He had no writing experience whatsoever when he started his blog. He was a chef. Not a writer. But a friend suggested he give it a try.
Today, he earns $4,000 and $6,000 a month from the stories he posts on his blog. “Some months even more,” he says. And he’ll be the first to tell you – if he can do it, so can you.
It’s a natural fit for a husband and wife team. For example at Roads Less Traveled, a nicely done travel blog about the RV and sailing life, Emily’s the writer and Mark’s the photographer.
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