Would you like to travel and get paid for it?
How about traveling and getting paid for it without a boss, an editor, or selling?
Are you already sharing anecdotes and snapshots about the places you go on Facebook, Twitter or other social media?
If you answered yes to those questions, you might be a travel blogger. . .
What’s the difference between travel writing and travel blogging? Gary Arndt, author of the blog Everything Everywhere explained it to me.
Right now the travel division of AWAI, a company I’ve done lots of business with, has created a program to walk you through what it takes to start your own travel blog and earn a living from it.
I’ve used several of their programs, and I write for them as well. I haven’t seen Money-Making Travel Blogs: How to Earn $4,000-$5,000 a Month Posting Simple Tips and Travel Updates Online.
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Bangkok photo courtesy of travel blogger Gary Arndt. You can read my interview with Gary here.