My current work consists of teach online writing classes, serving as project lead and faculty coach in a new competency-based writing program for a major university and, of course, my personal writing. I write blogs, articles, and eBooks on a variety of topics.
Now, to the best part. If you have a traveling blog or website, would you like to be able to offer your tourist the ability to choose absolutely anything in the whole wide world? That’s right.
It is true that people travel for different reasons. Some travel because of work, others travel because they need to take a break from work. Whatever the case, one thing is common for both of them – they both need to find a travel blogs package. Sure, they could hire a travel agent or go to a travel agency for help, but that would not be as convenient as visiting a few travel deal websites. What’s more, if you want to compare the prices from various agencies, you would have to visit each of them just to get prices.
Travel agents are trained travel professionals. It’s their job to know the ins and outs of popular travel destinations. Although there is a ton of information on the internet readily available to the public, travel professionals have first-hand knowledge of many or most of the destinations you may choose to visit.
A blog is a great way to market your travel writing ability. You can make a page, call it Portfolio, and showcase your work. All you have to do is “pdf” your work or the alternative is to create a page for ebooks, travel guides, or magazine travel articles.
No matter if you are casual traveler or a business traveler, saving up to 80% on travel related expenses is the perfect solution for literally anyone who travels I do not know about you but most everyone I talk to travels at least once in a while. So even if you just travel once in a while, you still save a lot of money.
Checks should be made out to the host agency or the travel agency. Even if the travel agency says its OK for your clients to make the check out to you, don’t do it. Get you commissions from the host agency, unless you have a Seller of Travel license. One you turn in your deposits and payments, the host agency or travel agency, will provide you with your commissions, based on your agreement.