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I wouldn't get into the game of charging per word/hour. You don't want to commoditize yourself. I suggest looking into value-based fees. Here's a good place to start. http://www.freshbooks.com/blog/2013/06/12/breakingthetimebarrier/

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I can say from experience that there is a huge need for this, as it's exactly what my company, Vayable does. We have a community of more than 5,000 local Insiders who can help advise, plan and curate experiences. You can take a look at our Insiders here: https://www.vayable.com/users/search?qu...

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I'd love to hear more. I'm a travel professional with 9 yrs in the industry.

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You'll need to learn more about, and better define your two personas: A) The type of company willing to pay for t-shirt based advertising B) The type of person that will to wear it. To do this you'll need to access communities where you think those personas would hang out (either online, or in ...

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I would say travel industry experts first. Based on what you have described, it sounds like you need to figure out what the market segment within the packaged travel/tourism industry that can benefit from your product. Then look at your competition in that market segment and see how they sell the...

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I think this is a great idea. As an entrepreneur who wants a lot of stimulation when I'm vacationing, I love the idea of mixing business with pleasure. If I can go on an adventure that sparks ideas and problem solving for my business, I'm in. And I think there are many similarly minded entrepr...

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Dirt simple approach, I've used with several of my Travel Agent clients. 1) Determine your most lucrative destination (highest commissions for you). Say... Germany... 2) Determine starting point of most people visiting your destination. Say... Auckland New Zealand... 3) Run a Facebook Ad cam...

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Hi, even if you hired a sales executive you would need to give them training on your product so they could effectively sell it. And even then the person would ideally need to know the best way to sell it, as not all sales executives are good at building the sales process itself. The idea thing f...

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Companies that will have the resources to setup and manage a large aggregated program will most likely be large public companies whose existence as a company won't go out of business and their points are trusted to be usable. A place where you can buy from one entity and use among many entities:...

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That one question entails several separate answers. .TRAVEL is little used and practically unknown to the general public, even though it has been around for 7 or 8 years. Partly that's because the .TRAVEL registry mandates a special application process that confines use of the extension to part...

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