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budget – Long term travel without being wealthy – how is it possible?

I have done a 25 months trip (Around the world but mostly in South East Asia) and a 22 months one (Latin America). I spent about 22,000 Euros each which I saved before or between the trips.

Important points:

I did not have any regular expenses back home, no health insurance, mortgage, storage fees, family. But I also did not have any income either.

I do not travel as cheap as possible. I use public transport, stay in dorms in good hostels (not the cheapest one, no couch surfing), but also in hotel rooms that are one or two levels up from the cheapest in town. I always eat out to taste the local food. Many backpackers cook for themselves to save money.

I don’t take taxis, just public transport but mostly I walk, so make sure you can carry your backpack for 10 miles or more.

Many people take night buses or night trains so they don’t have to pay for accommodation. I like to see the country I am visiting so don’t travel in the dark unless there is absolutely no other option.

I’ve met many people who spent half their budget on booze and going out. I do that sometimes but not that often. Long term travelling is different from vacation.

When not travelling I try to live cheaply and save the money I make for the next trip. On two occasions I made enough money in 12 months to travel for 24 months afterwards.

I never worked for money. Sometimes I fix computers or networks at hostels, especially removing viruses and get a free night in exchange. This only works if you can convince the owner that an infected computer is actually a problem.

So my point is, it doesn’t have to be the absolutely cheapest way to travel. In the end it
all depends on how much money you can save before.

Budget not exhausted but not getting spent google ads

Low impressions in google ads are generally the result of one of the below three main reasons

  1. Low budget, 2. Low bids or 3] Low ad quality

Ref: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/7103386?hl=en

If the daily budget hasn’t been spent, then the reason could be either low bid or ad quality issues.

Raising bids for CPC campaigns is discussed in detail at https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/7103386?hl=en

Regarding ad quality, Google looks at various factors like keyword relevancy, expected CTR etc. You may have to re-check your ad copy and optimize if needed. It is good to check the ad copy for keyword relevance, value propositions, clarity of the message, offer, incentive, etc.

budget – Why is air travel to China currently (May 2021) 4x the usual price?

There are fewer flights/itineraries.

Chinese authorities have imposed a strict policy regarding international flights with quotas and circuit-breakers (“Five Ones Policy”, article on this from Chinese Wikipedia). The number of seats is also limited to 75% of ordinary capacity.

Under “Five Ones Policy”, for most international routes, one airline can only operate one route from one country to Mainland China with one flight per one week.

Circuit-breakers also mean all flights from the airline (on that route) will be cancelled for two or four weeks if the number of CoVID-positive passengers on arrival reach certain numbers. Passengers booked on cancelled flights of course will have priority on subsequent resumed flights, causing overbooking (or causing companies to restrict number of available fares that can be sold in advance).

This policy is also subject to countermeasures from e.g. France and Canada (article in Chinese), because Chinese airlines gain an unfair advantage due to the number of Chinese airlines (since the restriction is nominally per airline). USDOT’s ban against Chinese-operated flights last May/June was also related.

France’s and USA’s countermeasures were largely diplomatically resolved, although the number of flights is still extremely limited. Canada’s dispute is still ongoing and has had a dramatic effect on already high ticket prices.

Not to mention, many Chinese consulates are unable to issue the necessary boarding health declaration code to many transit passengers as the required tests must be done in the country of departure of the leg to China. Some consulates impose residency requirements and refuse to issue the code to residents of a country where a direct flight is available, e.g.

Therefore Starting from November 6, the Chinese Embassy/Consulates in Germany will in principle only examine and verify the green health code with the “HS” mark or the health declaration of the passengers bound for China via direct flights from Germany to China.

http://munich.china-consulate.org/ger/miieilungen/t1828304.htm

Additionally, the demand is particularly higher now since many expats have not been able to visit home during the past year and summer vacation is coming up for international students.

lens – What Canon lenses do you suggest for wedding photography on a tight budget?

The previous comments very nicely describe the many technical characteristics, benefits and deficiencies, of these very useful lenses. I want to add a comment from a more abstract level. Ask yourself what sorts of photographs you will have to take and what sort you may want or like to take.

You have to have the ability to take superior portraits, individuals, couples and groups, both large and small. You should get the sharpest lens you can manage for these shots. You are likely to to shoot some artistic compositions in natural light and low light, too. For example, imagine shooting a portrait in the light of a large stained glass window, or catching the lights reflected off the water.

You also will shoot large groups, e.g., multiple whole families. For that, you should have a quality wide angle with a flat field of view. For many years, my primary lens was a Nikkor 35mm, a rather expensive lens in its day. Of course, it worked well for sizable groups, but, also, I learned how to get close enough to people to get good close-in results with it. That’s a social, not a technical skill, and you should appreciate the extent to which such skills underlie your technical decisions. You may shoot such large groups or shoot in such confined spaces that you’ll need a 24, but such a lens is not likely to be worth it for you as you begin. Just avoid such shots. Similarly, I hardly ever used a telephoto, just a 105 for portraits, but I expended effort to make a telephoto unnecessary for me.

When you’re trying to capture dynamic events, dancing, partying, so forth, you have to be able to get a well-framed shot quickly, thus, a zoom is invaluable. Nevertheless, you can always resort to post-production to enhance the photos you manage to get. Post production takes time and costs you money, however.

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    • guest blogging
      • This is a quicker alternative to starting your own blog which can take a while to take off. the reason why this works is because of the win-win scenario for you and the blog owner – if you’re starting this new product, chances are, you have some unique insight into the problem that is likely to be very beneficial to your target customers -> write a blog about it!
    • online communities & review websites
      • BetaList – a place to share beta stage IT startup with the world and get early user feedback
      • InnMind – a directory for innovative startups: gives you wide promotion opportunities (they also can write a post about your startup) and access to the target investors
      • Crunch Base – a place to submit your startup profile and follow others
      • AngelList – a place to pitch for investors and to hire employees
      • Startup Beat – a pitchdesk for early stage startups
      • Killer Startups – an another pitch desk, but without stage limitations
      • The Startup Pitch – and one more platform to pitch your startup or application
      • SignUp First – a place to get early adopters in exchange of exclusive deals
      • Founderdating – a place to find co-founders, team members or like-minded professionals
      • Breakpoint – a place to share and receive feedback on your side projects and startups
      • YourStory – a platform to tell your startup story and promote it on the internet.
      • /Startups – a largest reddit community of startups, a good place to list your project, ask advice and find early adopters
      • I Am Wire – a place to submit the digital startup and share your story
      • F6S – a platform to submit your startup and apply for acceleration programs
      • Startup Blink – a global map of startups, where you can submit your startup and pin your location
      • Submit.co – a place to get press coverage for your startup
      • Transparent startups – a place to submit and discover startups with transparent revenue numbers
    • referral program
      • this is a no brainer. referral programs have shown time and time again to be extremely powerful. biggest benefit in my mind is that user referrals tend to run orthogonal to your traditional outreach/inbound channels: i.e. they’re able to drastically expand your reach beyond what your outreach channels can penetrate. I’ve helped 26 Y Combinator startups launch referral programs – if you’re looking to launch one, let’s find a time to chat! https://calendly.com/ijan-1/30min. I’ll share what I learned about what works and what doesn’t
    • social media
      • I’m not talking about Social Media Marketing, I’m talking about selling to your friends. Posting regularly on your social media, making your friends aware you are providing this service, is extremely powerful.

     

Budget Friendly Ideas For Marketing Your Business

Budget Friendly Ideas For Marketing Your Business

  • guest blogging
    • This is a quicker alternative to starting your own blog which can take a while to take off. the reason why this works is because of the win-win scenario for you and the blog owner – if you’re starting this new product, chances are, you have some unique insight into the problem that is likely to be very beneficial to your target customers -> write a blog about it!
  • online communities & review…

Budget Friendly Ideas For Marketing Your Business

Ads Budget Refund

greeting

i started using digit point ads 2 weeks ago and i add $25 fund to my ad account

i used some of the $25 and there $10 left

can i do refund for this $10?

thanks