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DN/LI/TB 29/3/17

Articles and posts by or about travellers working online

How We Got More Than $30,000 in 12 Months With Mytanfeet
Yeison and Samantha share their story and all the steps they did in order order to earn more than $30,000, in cash and goodies, with just one travel blog in one year.

Life on the Road: The History of Digital Nomadism
Rob Nightingale takes us way back to 1983 when Steve Roberts peddled around the US while maintaining his full time writing career.

Pinterest for Travel Bloggers
It was not that long ago that Gemma was a social media newbie but now Pinterest is her biggest referrer each month.

Financial Case Study: Sharon Gourlay, Blogger and Website Manager
Nora Dunn puts her questions to Sharon Gourlay, who makes around $5,000 a month through her travel blog and two Amazon niche sites built to maximize affiliate earnings.

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One comment to DN/LI/TB 29/3/17

  • Victoria @ NatureImmerse  says:

    We discovered that many people would search online for information about traveling or living in Costa Rica and wouldn’t be able to find what they needed. You look up the bus schedule on the Costa Rican website and find out that it hasn’t been updated in years. You try to buy a bus ticket online and the system is down.

    Those kinds of things are common in Costa Rica which can be frustrating if you’re trying to plan your trip and figure out all the details. So for us, to become an authority blog on Costa Rica and one of the best resources on the web was our main goal.
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