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  • Vagabond Journey is Now Slimmer, Faster, and Easier – Status report, August 2012

    Perhaps the biggest developments that has happened to the VagabondJourney.com project since publishing my first blog post back in 2004 have occurred this past month. The site is now just a blog. All of the various sections, the arms and legs of the site have been combined into one, single system. Almost the entire site has [...]

  • We are Now on a Dedicated Server with HostGator

    VagabondJourney.com is now on a dedicated server under the care of Hostgator. The transfer process from Inmotion was a bit arduous and took the past three days to get everything up and running properly. This job is now finished, Vagabond Journey Travel has a new home, our very own dedicated server. A dedicated hosting service, [...]

  • Inmotion Hosting Hacked by Tiger M@te

    Inmotion Hosting — the company whose operates the server that Vagabond Journey is currently on — was hacked this past Sunday, September 25, 2011. It was done by a Bangladeshi who goes by the handle Tiger M@te, the same hacker who claimed Google’s Bangladesh homepage for himself in January of this year. In a real [...]

  • Hiring Coders, Data Entry, PR Employees and Interns

    This travel website, VagabondJourney.com, is now bringing in over 80,000 monthly visitors, it is breaking into the top ranking tiers of the internet, and it is beginning to show signs of maturing. I, as owner of this website, now stand at a terminal interchange: Do I continue going as I am, do I continue doing [...]

  • Most Traveled People Who Paid Money

    Most Traveled People Website Demands Subscriptions to Participate We are accustom to a free internet, a place where we can get and share information and entertainment completely without charge. It is my impression that it will not be like this for long. For many years I would log into a website called Mosttraveledpeople.com every few [...]

  • Ad Overlapping Text Problem

    A few readers have brought it to my attention that the ad that should appear in the upper left hand portion of the post pages of this travelogue is overlapping the text. I must admit that I truly have no idea what you are talking about. The ad displays properly for me in Chrome, Firefox, [...]

  • Commentators are a Blogs Editors

    SUCHITOTO, El Salvador- There has perhaps never before been such a vast medium of writing in which a person can have thousands and thousands of readers and no editor, no private interests to attend to, no checks, few balances, and, as of now, few hands controlling the strings overhead. As of now, an independent blogger [...]

  • Why You Should Donate

    SUCHITOTO, El Salvador- I would like to thank all the readers who offered donations to Vagabond Journey.com last week! We brought in $100 so far, which means we have reached nearly a quarter of our monthly goal of receiving $400 in donations! Thank you! Your support is always appreciated, and is what allows us to [...]

  • Subscribe to Vagabond Journey Please

    SUCHITOTO, EL Salvador- With a little hope, love, sweat, and blood the goal is to be making enough money by the end of this year to live and travel off of Vagabond Journey.com. Yo si puedo. The strategy is to make as much as we possibly can from advertising, affiliate programs, and reader contributions. Though, [...]

  • Monetization Strategy for a Successful Website

    SUCHITOTO, El Salvador- I have a friend who tells me that the definition of insanity is a person who does the same thing over and over again while expecting different results. I think she may have been trying to tell me something.

    I feel as if I meet this definition precisely as I go into my third year of trying to monetize Vagabondjourney.com to the point that I can make a complete living from it.