The World’s Best
Travel Writing Gig
No boss. No editor. No selling your stories
or pricing your photos.
Travelers are pocketing $4,000… $5,000…
even $10,000 A MONTH doing it.
In fact, Paula Pant just finished her first six-figure year as a blogger…
And there’s plenty of
room for you too…
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 restrictions on where you go or what you write about. 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’ve already got a head start. You’re just not getting paid for it.
Here’s how you can turn those ideas into spare income … we’re marking down the cost of our program, Money-Making Travel Blogs: Your Step-by-Step Guide for Turning Adventures and Hobbies into Income, by $100 for a limited time only.
You Decide Where You Want to Go,
then Fund It through a Travel Blog
Back in 2008 Paula Pant quit her job, packed her bags, and traveled across the Middle East, Asia, and Australia. When she returned, she started using a blog to share her travel story online.
“It wasn’t big money at first. But it helped pay the bills and fund more travel… But it helped pay the bills and fund more travel. I haven't had a ‘real’ job - you know, one of those 9-to-5 office gigs - since 2008,” she told me. Two years later blogging replaced her full-time income and today, she’s happy to report she’s crossed the six-figure a year mark.
“In 2011 alone, I took five trips to New Orleans. I spent one full month in New York … 10 days camping in Nevada … and 10 days in the Caribbean. I also spent a week on Anna Maria Island in Florida and city hopped between Los Angeles, St. Louis, Sacramento, Cincinnati, Boulder, and Chicago.
“In 2012 I visited San Francisco, Tampa, Savannah, and Denver. And then I spent some time relaxing and camping in the desert (what I call a real vacation). This year, I’ll make it to Jamaica and Eastern Europe. All without ever having to ask a ‘boss’ for a ‘vacation day.’”
And Paula’s not the only one…
Richard Nahem is an ex-New Yorker living in Paris.
He had no writing experience whatsoever when he started writing about his travel experiences online. 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.
How Would You Like the Ability to “Get Up and Go” … When You Want … Where You Want?
Richard and Paula aren’t doing anything you can’t do.
Paula’s last travel post was about the four best books she read last year. Richard’s was about his favorite dessert.
People find Paula’s and Richard’s stories interesting … and because of this, they are funding their globe-trotting lifestyles.
They take time out of their day or journey to share details or a photo of what they saw … what they did … what they learned … the food they ate … or anything at all that interested them and they post those thoughts online.
You can do this too. In fact, if you already like telling friends and family about your trip through an email or a Facebook post, it’s already part of your routine.
Now it’s just a matter of turning that routine into an income – one that comes in month after month.
Here’s how Steven and Dana are doing it …
Travel Blogs Can Help
Fund Your Retirement, Too
Steven and his wife Dana took a trip to Ecuador to search for their retirement haven.
They found it in Puerto Cayo, a quiet fishing village practically undiscovered by the rest of the world, where untouched Pacific beach stretches out for miles …
Steven started posting stories about their experiences online – writing travel tales to share details about getting their home built. To his surprise, people showed great interest and wanted to hear more.
So he continued to use his blog to talk about his Ecuadorian experiences: the beaches he’s discovering, what the culture is like. He’s even written about the bugs. If you think finding a spider in the shower is scary – how about finding a scorpion? Yikes.
He’s simply sharing what life is like in Ecuador, and it is earning him and Dana an income that’s helping to fund their retirement.
How do they do it?
What is this Jet-Set Secret?
Allow me to introduce myself …
I’m Lori Allen, the Director of Great Escape Publishing (formerly theTravel Division at American Writers & Artists, Inc)…
For the last ten years, I’ve helped thousands of people get paid to travel. But what I really like about this opportunity in particular is how fun it is (no editors to deal with, no writing guidelines… just YOU writing and posting online about the things YOU love most) …
… and yet the income potential is fantastic!!
It’s slow at first… but travelers who have been doing this for more than a few months are making between $4,000 and $5,000 a month. The best in the business are making upwards of $10,000 or more a MONTH!
If you have a travel story to tell (and I’m sure you do because you are a traveler), you can do this. All you need are some pointers on turning those stories into a money-making blog …
Maybe, for instance, you’ve picked up some travel tips … anything at all from saving money on car rentals … to the most affordable hotel to stay at in downtown Chicago … to your favorite places to eat in Rome (or in your own hometown) … you can do this.
Or maybe you love coffee … or you want to write about (and/or photograph) what to cook while camping … or how to pack luggage more efficiently … you can do this.
Or maybe you know where to get the best deals on airfare … how to avoid lines at the airport … or how to find a place to sleep when your flight is canceled and you want to avoid paying for a hotel room … again, you can do this.
You could share funny travel stories … traveling with family stories … traveling with pet stories …
You could write about RVs, camping, glamping, picnicking, parks, museums, food, culture, living abroad, selling your house, raising culturally aware children, dealing with food allergies or asthma …
If you’re already writing about or photographing these things and sending emails to friends and family or posting on Facebook, then the only thing you need are the specifics on turning those stories into an income.
That’s what we created for you in a new program we developed called: Money-Making Travel Blogs: Your Step-by-Step Guide for Turning Adventures and Hobbies into Income.
Star in Your Own Travel Documentary
A blog is nothing more than an online journal where you can record your reflections, opinions, and travel recommendations on a regular basis.
Posting to it is a matter of writing your best, most interesting stories in a public journal.
The money comes from ads placed around your articles, commissions, and a huge variety of other sources. And that’s where we come in.
In our program, Money-Making Travel Blogs: Your Step-by-Step Guide for Turning Adventures and Hobbies into Income, we’ll show you how you can create your own blog and turn those ads into upwards of $10,000 A MONTH.
Remember Paula Pant whom I introduced you to earlier? She’s been funding her travels with her blog for two years now.When she sends out her latest blog post, 4,000 people get it in their inboxes and another 35,000 readers per month see it online. She writes about her travels, her favorite books, and her rental properties in Atlanta, GA.
Christopher Elliott has a family travel blog called AWAY is HOME. He’s taken a fun approach – documenting different aspects of his family’s travel life like a TV show.
On his blog, Christopher writes, “In episode three of our family travel adventure, our six-year-old explains how to choose an appropriate family destination. Topping her list: warm weather (after all, it’s January), playgrounds, and shopping – lots of shopping!”
From here, you can click on a video and hear his six-year-old daughter’s travel advice.
Whether it’s fun videos … family travel photos … or tips to share – you really can have a blast doing this. Plus, you have the freedom to …
Get Published Without an Editor
“I love the freedom to publish whatever I want on my blog. I can share any travel story … any photo … and not worry about an editor rejecting a story idea or a stock photo inspector rejecting a photo. I get to express who I am to the world and help people escape to fascinating destinations through the words and photos I share.”
– Beth Caton
Travel Whenever and Wherever You Want
Perhaps you’ll write about cheese tasting in Paris … or where you found the best cheesecake in Canada.
- Terri and Mike have been blogging about traveling in Europe (Europe Up Close).
- Mary White has dedicated her blog, BnBFinder, to helping people find the right Bed and Breakfast.
- Daniel and Audrey are a married couple who left their jobs in 2006 and have since traveled to 75 different countries together, blogging all the way (Uncornered Market).
- Mark Mayo, a New Zealander hooked on travel, started documenting his travels in South America. To date, he’s traveled to 65 different countries and is currently in Vancouver, B.C. in Canada.
- And Traci and her family are fascinated with huge monuments and landmarks. Their blog, Go Big or Go Home, is about finding the BIGGEST of everything around the world.
You Don’t Even Need to Travel
Although funding your travel can be a huge benefit of blogging (you can post and comment on your blog from anywhere in the world with an internet connection!) you can also write about topics that interest you closer to home.
You’d be surprised at how many stories you can find in your community … in your region … and even a few hours’ drive from where you are.
Where you live – or the area close to it – is likely a travel destination for other people. Those people are looking for ideas about what to do, where to eat, where to stay … and you could give them that information … and in turn, earn income from your blog that you can use to fund a global trip!
Then, you can write about your global trip – all the things you saw and did, what you thought – and earn money you can use to fund yet another trip! And on and on it goes.
There’s a blogger I follow who has funded so many trips through blogging, he’s actually looking forward to slowing down! He wrote on his blog, “2012 was yet another crazy year of travel for me, despite my best efforts to ‘travel less.’ Over the course of the past twelve months, I’ve lived in Washington, D.C., Ecuador, Portland, and most recently Nashville.
“Meanwhile, I visited Las Vegas (twice!), Germany, Dublin, San Francisco, Atlanta, New Orleans, Mexico, Cape Cod, Boston, Vermont, Houston, Chicago, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, and probably half a dozen other places that I can’t remember.”
$4,000, $5,000 … Even $10,000-$50,000
a Month Blogging
Another successful blogger quantified her success this way:
“In October, I made almost $5,000 from Google AdSense alone, and over $6,000 in total (including income from my ebooks, Amazon, ClickBank, and ShareASale). And every month is different – some months I earn $3,000. It’s shocking how much money you can earn from blogging – I can barely believe it and I’m living it!”
Now those company names, like “AdSense” and “ClickBank” might not mean anything to you now but they will when you start Money-Making Travel Blogs: Your Step-by-Step Guide for Turning Adventures and Hobbies into Income.
There are multiple ways to earn a lucrative passive income stream from your blog. And we detail them all inside.
Three Blogging Myths
Myth #1: Bloggers don’t earn money.
That might be true for bloggers who write out of love without an intention to seek money. But with our program, our eyes are on the cash.
One blogger profiled in the program doubled his earnings in his first 18 months. He’s now making over $30,000 from his blog.
Another with more experience under her belt has her earnings up to $10,000 a month and consistently averages over $120,000 a year.
And one couple I know made over $170,000 in 2013; the husband blogs about finance since he’s a financial planner and the wife blogs about raising their two kids.
These aren’t even the best in the business, though. Some top bloggers make almost half a million dollars each year from their blogs.
Myth #2: You need to be an expert to blog.
Not true. Blogging is a democratic process. If people like what you write about, they’ll sign up to read more. And more subscribers typically means more money. We’ll show you how.
Myth #3: It takes a lot of set-up to get started.
Got an internet connection and about $100? If so, you have all the equipment you need to launch a blog and make regular posts to build your income.
Blogging is fun. But it’s not “just” fun. It’s also profitable when you do it right. Successful bloggers earn $5,000 to $10,000 or more every month – enough to support themselves and their families full-time …
- Crystal Stemberger, a Texas-based personal finance blogger, earns six figures per year.
- A financial advice blogger who writes under the pseudonym J. Money earns about $125,000 per year from his blog through a combination of advertising, affiliate sales and more.
- Pat Flynn, who writes a blog about earning money online, earns almost half a million dollars each year.
Paula Pant, the avid traveler I told you about earlier, draws inspiration and income-earning ideas from successful bloggers like these – and she’ll pass on all that she’s learned to you in Money-Making Travel Blogs.
Pull Up a Chair, Grab a Coffee,
and Get Started in a Single Afternoon
Lots of travelers have blogs. But when you use the advice in this program, you’ll learn how to put together a LUCRATIVE travel blog … one that funds your wanderlust, week after week, month after month.
The program consists of a combination of step-by-step written material you can read on your computer or print out to hold in front of you and a series of online videos that hold your hand through the whole process.
It will help you decide what your blog might look like … what you’ll write about, how to promote your blog, how to figure out the number of visitors coming to your blog, how to pursue money-making opportunities, and more.
You can watch all the videos in a single afternoon and be up and running by the end of the week. After that, you’ll use the program as support – for ideas to keep the blog going, ways to ratchet up your income, and more.
These are the same techniques bloggers use today to earn an upwards of $10,000 a month from their adventures. And right now you can save $100, here …
“A huge thanks to all at Great Escape Publishing for this program. I feel like it was created just for me!! You can add me to your list of ‘happy campers’ because I’ve always struggled finding my niche and this program gave me not one but several great ideas. This is going to be a great passive income for me.” -- Karen Sorkin
The truth is, we could charge $999 or more for this program given the income potential money-making travel blogs provide. But we won’t charge anywhere near that. The cost is just $499.
And you can save $100 by reserving today, here.
Not sure if travel blogging is for you?
Don’t worry, as with all our programs, your success is guaranteed or your money back.
I want you to be 100% confident you can fund a jet-set lifestyle through your own travel blog. For that reason, you’ll have a full year to try it out. I want you to be 100% confident you can fund a jet-set lifestyle through your own travel blog. For that reason, you’ll have a full year to try it out.
Trade Your Travel Stories
for Spending Money
Have you ever had someone tell you that they’re “living vicariously through you?”
It’s a pretty nice compliment, right? It means that whether you’re traveling around the world or just living out one of your dreams – they envy you for it.
Imagine having 1,000 … 5,000 … even up to 10,000 people paying you this compliment every day just because they read some of your vacation emails. I’m here to tell you that this is really not too far-fetched.
I’ve been blown away by how lucrative the world of travel blogging can be. You can get paid (quite handsomely … $10,000 a month in some cases) just for regularly posting your vacation details online. You write whatever you want -- about your life, interests or travels. And you are your own publisher. YOU have complete control over your blog’s content.
In Money-Making Travel Blogs, you’ll discover the very best secrets we’ve gathered from some of the highest paid bloggers around the world. With clear, step-by-step formulas, videos and more, this guide will effectively hold your hand throughout the process of creating a blog – no need to be an internet wiz or website designer. It’s all laid out for you.
If you can write an email to your friends and family about your vacation, you can do this.
And you have a full year to try it out. That’s right … a 100% no risk, one-year, money-back guarantee.
Attention: Right Way to Travel Readers!
You’ve Already Got a HEAD START at This!
If you already know a little bit about travel writing (and as a reader of our free e-letter, you do), then you’re already strides ahead of the average person who sets out to blog.
You don’t need to be published yet.
Just by reading our free e-letter, The Right Way to Travel, you’ve already picked up valuable writing tips – and that gives you a running head start.
There’s a good chance you already have content to put on your blog, too. You see, I hear many comments from people who say they have thousands of photos from past trips and thousands of stories just sitting in their diaries waiting to be plucked. Most, however, don’t get started.
What stops them? The biggest reason is the fear of having an editor reject their idea.
But with blogging, you don’t have to go through an editor.
You have total control over what you say and how you say it. It’s all about your point of view, your opinions, and your recommendations. And you don’t even have to write that much. You can put photos on your blog. Or videos.
It’s easy. It’s fun. And with our new program, Money-Making Travel Blogs: Your Step-by-Step Guide for Turning Adventures and Hobbies into Income, you’ll learn how you can join the ranks of today’s top-earning travel bloggers – those who are funding jet-set lifestyles through the words they’re writing and the photos and videos they’re sharing.
And if you are a travel writer, then blogging is a natural fit.
Melissa Broughton, a travel writer, loves to indulge in spa treatments. So she blogs about the experiences she enjoys, in addition to getting paid to write articles.
And travel writer Lucy Brown said, “I started my travel blog Loca4Motion. The idea was not only to present my writing and photos but also to post links to my published work in an online portfolio that I could include in email submissions to editors.”
She made a pitch to International Living and continued to share, “I’m now a regular contributor to their magazine, e-letters, and website. Happier than ever, I’m working on my own schedule while earning doing what I love. My income pays for some of my trips and makes traveling and daily living a more fun and rewarding experience.” Go Lucy!
Diana Russler, a travel writer, started a travel blog with her husband: “He does the pictures and I do the writing,” she said.
Our 100% No Risk, One-Year Money-Back Guarantee
I’m going to give you a full year to try it out – plenty of time to get started, see results, and get a taste of how much fun it is to share your travel stories with the world.
If you decide travel blogging isn’t for you, let us know and we’ll send you a refund.
You’ve got nothing to lose.
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Money-Making Travel Blogs: Your Step-by-Step Guide for Turning Adventures and Hobbies into Income pulls together the very best success secrets from top bloggers with step-by-step formulas, videos, and more.
$499 is an excellent value for the lifetime of funded vacations this program can deliver. But when you sign up now, you can save big-time … and take a full $100 off the regular price.
Start today by digging out those old travel diaries … or making a list of the places you’d still like to see … or the videos you could create. Or jot down some notes on all those great experiences you’ve had – things you’d love to share with others.
We’ll show you how to turn those ideas into a lucrative income stream – one that keeps your travel account topped up, ready for your next adventure.
Director, Great Escape Publishing
P.S. Paula said, “Blogging has absolutely changed my life. It’s presented me with opportunities I never dreamed of. I’ve met fascinating, inspiring people. I’ve developed new friendships across the world. I’ve landed fulfilling freelance and consulting jobs, spoken at conferences, and mentored a crop of readers.” Your own adventure – complete with travel experiences – is waiting for you, too!
P.P.S. Remember, you have a limited time to take advantage of the HUGE discount we’re offering this week – $100 off the regular price! I’m excited for you because never before has it been SO EASY to get published (because you’re the publisher!) … get going … and start funding trip after trip so easily.
You CAN do this. And, with our full-year money-back guarantee and HUGE $100 discount, now IS the best time to act.
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