I know I’ve mentioned it before, but I have to say it again. There are some travel marketing jobs that you can do while you are in school and others that you can do while you are on vacation. Most of us aren’t making $75,000 a year. We’re getting by on the side of the highway and eating sandwiches and working on websites and blogging.
To be honest, I was not making 75k a year. I was making 75k a month. One of those travel marketing jobs that are for real. But that is another story for another day.
In the meantime, I am doing a project called “Eating, Traveling, and Learning” at work. I have a full time job, but I also have a side job teaching a “Travel Management” class to college students. The class is really fun and I love the students. I also have a full time job in marketing. So I make 75k a week with my classes. If you want to know more you can go to workinwebdesign.
I always wanted to do something like this, but it seems like you either have to be a travel agent or a travel marketing consultant to get into the field. The other side of the coin is that a lot of the travel marketing jobs require you to have some kind of degree. Many of them require that you have a bachelor’s, master’s or even a PhD. But that is another story.
The big takeaway here is that the travel job market is extremely competitive. Not only are you competing with other travel agents and marketing consultants, but you are competing to hire the most qualified applicants. So it’s important to get your résumé right. So I’ve put together a short list of travel job keywords that you should include in your recruiting email.
The most important part of your résumé is your contact information. Like any job search, you need to get your résumé right. That means that you need to put your name, address, phone number and email address on your resume. Of course, you need to do this leg work before you send out the email, but you want to give your resume a good first impression.
This is the only thing that really matters to search engines, but good résumés are important. Good résumés can help your resume get through the first round of recruiting. That’s why I put together my list of travel job keywords. Good résumés are like a great song: they’re catchy, memorable, and they get you noticed.
There are two types of SEO: 301 and 404. The 301 is good for the web pages themselves and it works well for sites that have a lot of pages on it. This is when your site is using one of the major search engines to crawl your content. The 404 not found error is used for pages that aren’t on the main search engine. This is where you can really hurt yourself if you don’t know what to look for.
These are two very different issues. 301 is for sites that are so large that they need their own domain name. 404 is the one you dont want to deal with. 404 error codes are found when a site isnt on the main search engine, but because it isnt, it doesnt matter.
404 error codes are used for pages that arent on the main search engine, but because it isnt, it doesnt matter.