Do you want to retire early, pack your things, and travel the best beautiful places in the world? No yelling bosses, no stressful deadlines, no lousy hours? Wouldn't it be great to make money while having your vacation?
This is what they call, ‘living life to its fullest!'
Life should be fun. The more you enjoy your life, the happier you'll be. Having fun is a choice, and it is time to grab that chance and live life like it was meant to be lived!
9 to 5 jobs are very stressful, and they won't do you any good. You can make just as good or even much better money from the income you'll earn from traveling.
Yes, that's right! Travel is not about spending money. It is an opportunity to MAKE MONEY!
It is easier than you may think!
Technology has come a long way. It is just a matter of harnessing this resource to your advantage. It is one key factor to earn a living while you enjoy your travels.
Travel while Offering Writing Services
If you have a knack for writing you can make money online via writing blogs and articles. Your website will benefit greatly if you update it with great articles and excellent write ups. Website and blog owners know the value of terrific content because the number of visitors will increase. And these visitors have the potential to get hooked on a website that offers useful content and information.
Writers can offer their skills to create relevant articles for websites. They are negotiated by site owners to produce articles either by quota or per article. Just like any online freelance work, you can accomplish tasks on your schedule and location. Just be sure to meet deadlines and client specifications.
Decent writing skills and even the very basic of Internet know-how, along with other skills you possess, is enough to make you rich on the road. It is time for you to decide whether you want to sit all day, trying to impress your boss hoping to get that promotion he'll likely never give or travel the world, enjoy life, and earn a living while at it.
Online selling can be very simple and straightforward. People see what they like, and they buy it, it's that easy.
When you are traveling, you can get items from your current location which may not be available anywhere else in the world. These items could have a high market value, and you can sell them online for very high profits. Some merchandise can be acquired at very low prices if they are bought from certain areas and you can turn around and sell these authentic items for profit!
Other online sellers find suppliers of the products in demand. Wholesalers are all over the place, so finding one should not be too difficult; they can be found online using your favorite search engine.
You can use eBay and other online selling sites, or you can have your website to advertise and sell your products. What's best about online selling is your store is accessible from anywhere in the world at any time of the day.
Being a traveler, you get to see interesting places and meet interesting people. Your experiences are worth sharing so why not make a blog about your exploits.
If the content of your blog site is appealing, lots of people will visit your site. Some will even be regulars and follow you throughout your travels. A site regularly updated with lots of fascinating and informative articles will become more popular over time.
You can generate money by putting ads on your site. You can web implement web advertising applications like Ad-sense by Google, and some less popular ones like Adbrite and Chitika. These advertisers will pay you based on the number of ad clicks on your site or by the number of views.
This industry is always evolving, and there are different terms, conditions, and rates. These are free to use. Many have already used this system and got rich with it.
Telecommuting or Virtual Assistant
Telecommuting is the practice of using telecommunication technologies to facilitate work at a site away from the traditional office location and environment. You can find clients to buy your telecommuting service. It is BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) practice which some people and businesses prefer this because it costs them less.
Working in a cramped cubicle is just one of the snags of office jobs. You are strictly supervised, and your breaks are scheduled and too short.
As a telecommuter, you have the largest office in the world; your office is the world! You can work in the park, coffee shops, your motor home, practically anywhere you like. You work at your pace, and no superiors are overlooking your shoulder.
You do things like clerical work, administrative tasks, and data processing. You are a virtual assistant. You assist people who are too busy or don't want to hire additional personnel. You can have as many clients you want, as long as you can handle the job.
Your snapshots of various breathtaking panoramas and everyday culture can make you tons of money. But it needs to be of a quality not amateurish.
Photographs can be sold to different outlets. These outlets pay generously to acquire these pictures, and they may even commission you to travel to different locations to take some more pictures. Your travels are free, but your pictures can be well compensated.
Have Your Website and Earn From Different Sources:
If you have your website and can update it with great stuff, you can earn from advertisers by selling ad space on your site. Also, you can be an affiliate marketer. You can sell relevant products on your website. Earn money with a commission from each sale. Big money begins here. This business model has made a lot of people rich. Additionally, you can sell your product if you have one.
Having a lot of web hits increases the chances of earning from ads and affiliates. Implement link building practices and SEO (Search Engine Optimization) to build traffic.
It is quite natural for people to think that traveling the best beautiful places in the world is a luxurious activity. And for a good reason! Traveling can drain your wallet if you don't know how to capitalize on the situation by using the internet to earn a passive stream of income.
Evans Lily is the founder of SkyWeFly, where I and my associates blog about photographs, stories and travel tips that will help you make a great journey. I hope to bring my passion to more people via SkyWeFly