–On this page we are including the organizations and services we have used to get up and running. If it was not for these companies we would still be running a mediocre blog site and writing about the adventures of ants. Feel free to take a look at anything here. To remain transparent, these links are affiliate links. In such, if you click on the description or banners and sign up with their services, we will get some cash to keep this site and our adventures going. You will also find that occasionally in posts there will be links to Amazon for different products we trust, they too are affiliate links. We really don’t like sites that scream, buy this book, or service. We feel that the best policy is honesty. Our goal is to make enough money to be able to travel, but we are not going to openly solicit off of this section. Should you have any questions about any of these services, please by all means contact us.
Adam and Autumn
—I present our Trusted Resources—
Site Monetary Link Disclosures
(Location followed by monetary section)
Front Page at the bottom-Google travel search engine, Gear Reviews– Link at end, 6%, Trusted Gear E-store Drop Down-entire affiliate store, 6%,
If you are interested in the theme used in this blog, It’s the World Traveller theme by Babel. I have no complaints with it, very easy to use and set up. We had initially resisted the idea of a paid theme, but like all things you get what you pay for. Theme Forest is where we found this theme, they are a great source of quality themes.
A travel writing course that offers real world training. They are a great resource, teaching not only how to travel write, but also how to market yourself to prospective clients. I am currently attending and love it so far
We have been using these guys for about a month now and they seem pretty legit. I found them via the WordPress site as a top recommended host. I can see why. They have unlimited email, transfers, storage, the control panel is clean. You can take my word for it, or you can check them out yourself. On the front page they have a full demo of how it’s used. Try it out.
In order to be able to improve our writing we had to contribute our skills to content mills and write mindless articles to get enough money to afford Matador U. In order to get paid we used Paypal. It’s also the way many online publishers pay you, and we feel that they are the way to go to streamline your online financials. Like we said above, if you have any questions feel free to contact us using the submission form on the site.
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