Digital Nomad Jobs – Become a clothing mogul

Digital Nomad Jobs – Clothing design mogul How to become an online clothing design mogul. Thanks to companies such as printful, designing and selling your own products online has never been easier. Do a design, advertise a design, sell a design. Simple, well, pretty simple at least. Setting up an online shop can be quite a daunting experience but thankfully, we have already covered that topic in detail. You can find all of that information at the link below, then … Continue reading

New Year, New (digital) Nomads

Happy New Year! Is there a better way to begin it then by planning your next or even first Digital Nomad adventures? Whether you are an experienced digital nomad or a fresh, young digital newmad(?) it never hurts to have a quick look at some of the handy sites and tools designed to make your nomad life that little bit easier. All of the topics below are covered in greater detail throughout the site – feel free to explore! So to … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – looking beyond the obvious

From making money with stock photography to starting a business consultancy, digital nomad jobs aren’t limited to web development and travel writing. There are plenty of ways to work online that will enable a location independent lifestyle – the question is, which one is right for you? Would you like to get paid to write or is graphic design more your thing? Perhaps you’re a good teacher and could do some online tutoring, or maybe you could sell your travel … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Where to find freelance work?

Digital Nomad Jobs – Where to find work online? Finding (good) freelance digital nomad jobs online is not as straight forward as you may think, whilst there is a massive amount of work available, there are even more freelancers going for the same jobs. Fortunately there are ever-increasing numbers of sites online offering work for freelancers, listed below are several of the biggest, a few of the more obscure and some specialist sites. Why not try setting up a (copy … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Contracts

Digital Nomad Jobs – Contracts As a freelance digital nomad it is pretty vital that you get paid. I’m sure that most of the people you work with will be genuine, nice, not horrible people but unfortunately, there’s always (at least) one. Therefore it is massively important that you have a proper contract in place before you start the job. Drawing up a contract can sound like a pretty intimidating process but I’m assured by people in the know that … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Building good client relationships

Digital Nomad Jobs – Building good client relationships. Building good relationships with clients is essential in all work environments, doing it over the internet from thousands of miles away is exactly the same, it can even be easier. A lot of these suggestions may seem like simple common sense but I’ve seen, heard and experienced people not doing them and have been baffled by the idiocy of the situation. Don’t be that idiot. Punctuality is key. If you say you’re … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Bad Clients and how to deal with them.

Digital Nomad Jobs – Bad clients and how to deal with them. Every digital nomad freelancer I’ve ever met has a story about a bad client. It could be the control freak client who needs to see everything you are doing every hour of the day, the vague, wispy client who doesn’t really know what they want but expects 5 different versions to look at or the guy that will definitely, absolutely get you paid work after that one free … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Vlogger

Digital Nomad Jobs – Vlogger How to become a vlogger *I’m taking it as a given that you have already got the required equipment here, if not, before you proceed please read the following points: Buy the required equipment Continue reading Film yourself/somewhere whilst talking about yourself/somewhere. Pretty straightforward stuff to be honest. I think I’m right in thinking there is a guy that plays computer games, talks about it and makes millions of pounds a year? That is quite … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Analogue Nomad

Digital Nomad Jobs – Jobs for the digital nomad gone analogue. Whilst Digital Nomading is all well and good you may come to a point on your travels when you decide to get out there and try to earn some extra pocket-money interacting with real people. Proper flesh and blood people, not pixellated people, pretty scary? Not at all, here is a brief list of on the road analogue nomad jobs you can do anywhere in the world. Musician/busker – … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Animator

Digital Nomad Jobs – Animator How to become an online animator. Animators are responsible for some brilliant things. From cartoons to computer games some of my favourite things have come from people’s fingertips and if I could draw things other than stick men I’d definitely give it a go. So if you have the necessary skills required to bring drawings or computer designed ideas to life why not give it a go as freelance digital nomad animator? Animation is a … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Internet Researcher

Digital Nomad Jobs – Internet Researcher How to become an internet researcher. If you spend an inappropriate amount of time on-line, why not try combining that with a bit of work and become an internet researcher? Sounds easy and almost fun! An internet researcher does exactly what you think they do, researches things on the internet. This doesn’t just mean googling away for a few hours waiting for the money to pile up, there is a bit more to it … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Proofreader

Digital Nomad Jobs – Proofreader How to become a proofreader. If you enjoy reading, the correct use of the English language and telling people when they are wrong why not try proofreading? A proofreader is someone who reads, checks and corrects written text before it is published or printed. In order to become a successful proofreader there are several skills you must posses with the main being the ability to read! More specifically you need to love reading and maintain … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Transcriptionist/transcriber

Digital Nomad Jobs – Transcriptionist/transcriber How to become a freelance transcriptionist/transcriber *Please note, this guide is for general transcription/transcriber services only. Designed purely for the Digital Nomad on the road. I have no clue about foot pedals etc. *I’ll just be using the word transcriptionist from now on. That may not be the right word? Working from home or from anywhere on your digital nomad road trips as a transcriptionist is a great way to make money without any formal … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Copywriter

Digital Nomad Jobs – Copywriter How to become a copywriter. If you want to live the digital nomad lifestyle and have a passion for writing why not consider copywriting as a career? If done correctly you can make an extremely decent living whilst doing something you love anywhere in the world you want. Sounds good to me. What is a copywriter? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copywriting What do you need to become a successful copywriter? Well an interest in writing is a given, as … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Run an on-line shop

Digital Nomad Jobs – On-line Shop Owner How to be an on-line shop owner? Open shop, sell product, make money? That’s pretty much it yeah? I thought so until I started looking into it a little bit more. Opening an on-line shop is an exciting prospect but also one with a lot of questions. The first and probably most important one is what are you going to sell? Figured that out? Good, now lets see, is it a physical product? … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Virtual Receptionist

Digital Nomad Jobs – Virtual Receptionist How to become a virtual receptionist If you are planning on living the Digital Nomad lifestyle and are not sure what sort of work you should do, why not try being a virtual receptionist for a while? The role of a virtual receptionist is to answer phone calls for various companies and deal with any issues that may arise. A good way to start on your path to virtual receptionist nirvana is to ask … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs: Affiliate Marketer

How to become an affiliate marketer! So what is an affiliate marketer? Wikipedia will tell you. For a successful career as an affiliate marketer you will need: The first thing you need is somewhere to promote the products and services you’re selling. There are many web hosting companies that will do the job – we use Bluehost – they’re cheap and reliable. When you have set up your site and decided what type of markets you wish to appeal to (research these carefully – you … Continue reading

Digital Nomads: Help Exchange

For many potential digital nomads, two of the main concerns can be food and shelter. Fortunately, help exchange can be a great way to alleviate these worries. These programs provide you with the chance to see countries at an incredibly low cost whilst still giving you time to explore the surrounding area, plan how to make money online or write your best selling eBook. The basic idea of help exchange is that you are willing to give up a few … Continue reading

Digital Product Creation

Digital Product Creation. What can you do as a digital nomad if you don’t wish to freelance? Can you make the lifestyle work for you? How can you make residual income? Why not consider creating a digital product? Digital product creation can be a great way to fund your travels and lifestyle. If you choose to take this path it’s probably a good idea to save, save and save a bit more before you set of on your adventures just … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs: English as a foreign language teacher (EFL/ESL)

How to become an EFL teacher. For a successful career as an EFL teacher you will need: To become a successful EFL teacher, the aspiring digital nomad will firstly need a love of teaching and all that it entails. Your job will be to help people wanting to learn or improve their existing skills and knowledge of the English language. If you are an established teacher and you fancy a change of scene, or are considering a career in teaching … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Web Developer

How to become a web developer. For a successful career as a web developer you will need: An interest in computers! As a web developer you will be responsible for building and maintaining websites, therefore it is essential that you have a passion for computing and programming. You’ll also need some knowledge of scripting languages (JavaScript, Perl, PHP, HTML, CSS etc). The successful web developer must possess strong communication skills as you will be originally discussing with clients what they … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Virtual Assistant

How to be an virtual assistant! The role of an online personal assistant is to free up your clients time by doing the tasks they do not want to, or can’t do themselves. It is a good start to have both office and/or clerical skills and a sound knowledge of the business world. As a virtual PA you may be responsible for tasks ranging from simple typing/transcribing work to creating and managing databases,research, administration, customer services, handling emails or phone … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs: Online Translator

How to become an online translator! For a successful career as an online translator you will need: Language skills – knowledge of more than one language is obviously essential in this role! It is not just an ability to speak and read the languages that you require, you will also need an understanding of tone, usage, intention, slang and expression. Experience is key to starting a successful career as an online translator and a great way to get some is … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs: Web Designer

How to become a web designer! For a successful career as a web designer you will need: A sound understanding of internet programming and hopefully internet scripting. Working knowledge, or a willingness to learn how to use the main software required. The software favoured by many web designers is Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver. Web designers are responsible for the creation of all visual aspects of a website such as concept, layout, structure and design, therefore it is essential that you … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs: eBook Author

How to become an e-book author! For a successful career as an e-book author you will need: An idea for a book! The first and most obvious step in becoming an e-book author is deciding what to write about. Whether your book is factual or fiction it is a good idea to jot down a brief plan of what you want to include – you can expand on this in many ways and create a web or list of ideas … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs: Online Tutor

How to be an online tutor! For a successful career as an online tutor you will need: A skill that other people want to learn. This could be as simple as speaking English, or as specialist as neurobiology – if you have in-depth knowledge you have the ability to share that knowledge with others as an online tutor. You’ll also need a fast internet connection and a computer with skype capabilities. Training/qualifications In all academic subjects, you’ll need at minimum … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs: Blogger

How to be a blogger! For a successful blogging career you will need: Good writing skills. For a blog to be successful and gain followers, your writing must be informative or entertaining – or ideally both! If you have specialist knowledge and can write with authority on a topic, consider setting up a blog around that subject and posting advice, tips and reviews. As a digital nomad, you may choose to write about your lifestyle and travel adventures. There is … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs: Data Entry Clerk

How to be a data entry clerk! For a successful career in data entry you will need: Ideally, good typing skills. Although you will doubtlessly improve as you go, if you can already type quickly and accurately you’ve definitely got a head start. Great attention to detail. If you make mistakes and enter information inaccurately, your reputation will suffer and you’ll struggle to get work. Training/qualifications Not really necessary for data entry work, although obviously a good understanding or Microsoft … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs – Stock Photographer

How to be a stock photographer! For a successful career as a stock photographer you will need: A decent camera – you won’t get far without one! Since all good stock photography websites will have fairly strict quality control, a cheap point and shoot just won’t cut it. You’ll need a  digital SLR. Image editing software. Photoshop is the industry standard but there are free alternatives available, like GIMP and Paint.net if you’re not ready to splash your cash on … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs: Portrait Artist

How to be a portrait artist! For a successful career as a portrait artist you will need: To make a decision. Do you want to be a street based artist or work exclusively online through a website? You could even do both, you just must make sure that if you are going to be a street artist you’re allowed to be there! Check carefully for any trading licenses that may be needed in each destination. An aptitude for drawing/painting is … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs: Freelance Travel Writer

How to be a freelance travel writer! For a successful career in travel writing you will need: Ÿ  A love of travel, obviously! Practice, practice, practice. Whilst not everyone can suddenly jet off abroad to hone their burgeoning skills it is possible to travel locally and write about that (not everyone lives where you do, they may want to visit!) whilst building up a portfolio of online work. An online blog is an ideal way to start and easy to … Continue reading

Digital Nomad Jobs: Freelance Graphic Designer

How to be a freelance graphic designer! For a successful career in graphic design you will need: Ideally, talent! As a graphic designer, your job is to take a clients job brief and develop it into something stylish that suits their needs. You need the ability to understand what the clients themselves may not, and produce high quality pieces of art! Tools of the trade. The usual programmes associated with graphic design are Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. These programmes can … Continue reading