Earn Unlimited-Never Ending-Residual Income As A Travel Advisor

Take a moment and think of what you want, and how you are going to get it. Regardless of what it is that you want, It will take MONEY to get there! “A feast is made for laughter, and wine maketh merry: but Money answereth all things”..Ecclesiastes 10:19 (yes, check your bible, it’s there) Money …

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How to Sell Yourself as a Travel Advisor

Travel insights from Steve Hirshan, senior vice president of sales at Avoya Travel and contributor to Travel Professional News Here’s the one question customers usually ask themselves that can make or break your sale: “Am I willing to invest my time and trust with this person?” How do you ensure you get the ‘yes’? By …

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Germany Drops All COVID-Related Entry Requirements

By Matt TurnerJun 7, 2022 08:52am Just in time for summer travel season, Germany has dropped its “3G” rule—which stated that tourists had to either show proof of vaccination, recovery from COVID-19 or provide a negative test when entering Germany—for travelers coming from the European Union, Schengen Area or other countries where the epidemiological situation is deemed acceptable by the E.U. This means that, …

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THE TOP CARIBBEAN DESTINATIONS FOR A COMPANY RETREAT

Born FreeBusiness TravelThe Top Caribbean Destinations For a Company Retreat Going on company retreats has many benefits that can help the overall productivity of your business. Having fun as a team can build a family-like atmosphere and can help workers feel more comfortable with one another. This leads to better overall communication. Kelsey Meyer, writing …

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Copyright Law: Understanding Your Rights as a Photographer

In the age of social media, a clear understanding of your rights as a photographer is crucial to receiving the credit you deserve. But with so much information out there, you might find yourself asking: What laws are in place to protect photographers like me? What do I do if someone uses my photo without …

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Stats: 70 Percent of Americans Plan to Travel in Next 12 Months

By Matt Turner Mar 30, 2022 10:31am Seven in 10 Americans are planning to take a leisure trip in the next 12 months, according to a recent survey by NerdWallet conducted online by The Harris Poll. More than 2,000 U.S. adults were asked how the COVID-19 pandemic has and continues to effect travel plans; beyond the 70 percent planning to travel, nearly …

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Ideas for Getting out of a Creative Rut

by Karen Foley They say that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. I mean look at Groundhog’s Day. Every year furry aficionados gather on Gobbler’s Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania in the freezing cold at sunrise and look to a cute little rodent named Phil to …

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New Places to Experience Unlimited-Luxury® in Mexico This Winter

This time of year, escape the winter blues and adventure to AMR™ Collection’s newest resorts in Mexico. This winter alone, AMR™ Collection is offering three all-new ways for adults to experience Unlimited-Luxury®, and add some anticipation to their 2022 planner Breathless Cancun Soul Resort & Spa Since opening its doors on December 7, the all-new Breathless Cancun …

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Dominican Republic, Jamaica and More Caribbean Destinations Update COVID-19 Rules

DESTINATION & TOURISM  RICH THOMASELLI  FEBRUARY 26, 2022 The Dominican Republic has become the latest nation to drop its COVID-19 restrictions, as the popular tourist destination joins many of its Caribbean Island countries is welcoming travelers back to bolster tourism. Despite not meeting a previously announced target of having 70 percent of the country’s adults vaccinated against …

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Photoshop VS Gimp VS Affinity Photo, Which is Right for You?

 Blog by Wisconsinart A common question photographers ask is which photo editing software is best. Well-known applications are Photoshop, Gimp, and Affinity Photo. Factors are a combination of cost, level of editing functions needed, and to some degree, personal preference. Virtually everyone is familiar with Photoshop and many dislike the subscription fee though it can be as …

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7 practical tips for photographing the city

Cities are excellent places for any photographer. Whether you like to shoot street scenes, landscapes, portraits or architecture – the urban environment offers a wealth of opportunities
By following some simple steps when planning your shoots and when you’re out in the field, you’ll be able to get the most out of any city that you’re photographing.

10 expert tips for improving your street photography

ByKav Dadfar Street photography is one of the most popular genres for image-makers. But getting those striking photos isn’t always easy. These top tips will help you get the best results Street photography is a genre that many will experiment with at some point in their photography journey, even if it’s not their principal subject …

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My Digital Marketing Journey

Most digital marketing journeys begin with many unanswered questions, mine was no different.  I had to first wrap my head around what digital marketing is, how it works, and of course the profit potential. Recent retirement, quickly reveled the need for additional income. Not wishing to continue to conform and comply with the natural flow, …

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5 Steps to Take Now So You Can Thrive in the Post Coronavirus World

Article Written by; Barry Davret FollowMar 25 · 5 min read You have plenty of alone time. Don’t waste it. Pandemics always end. At some point, this will pass. We’ll find a way to defeat the coronavirus. We just don’t know when. But that’s not the question that troubles me. What I want to know are the answers …

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12 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before You Release Your Shutter

In my personal quest to improve my digital photography skills, I am constantly seeking guidance. Recently I ran across what I consider to be a very important guide. Twelve very important questions I think all photographers should ask themselves before each shot.  Considering these questions can and will improve your photography skills. Get 25% off …

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Photoshoot checklist: One more tool to help rock your photography sessions

Written by Teresa Milner Improve your consistency and confidence with a photoshoot checklist Are you looking for ways to improve the flow of your photo sessions, your post-production workflow or your consistency? Consider developing and following your own photoshoot checklist!  Have you ever finished a photography session that felt awesome at the time only to …

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The Top Five Lessons I’ve Learned about Blogging

But there are many things I had to learn along the way. Here are the top five: Build relationships. Networking with other bloggers and with destinations is important. I joined several travel-writing and blogging Facebook groups from the start. Today I’m active in only two of those groups–the ones that include bloggers I have the most …

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Tip of the week: Creative ideas to help you target a specific niche in photography

Written by Nelson Ikheafe November 25, 2019User archive When starting out in the photography business, it’s tempting to be a jack of all trades, shooting everything that looks interesting. While this approach may get you hundreds of unique photos, it will not set you apart from the competition. Competition is a good thing, professional photographers who …

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Creative Thought

The Power of Thought! Man’s Greatest Discovery

Look around you, every material object you see, started out as a thought in some man’s mind.  The car you drive, the bricks that form your home, the toaster you used for breakfast this morning, the plate you ate from, the cell phone that you can’t put down.  All things (material objects) have their origin …

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