Technology is changing and more and more jobs for digital nomads are becoming available every year. Check out this short list of digital nomads jobs that are perfect to live and work anywhere.
If you want to travel the world as a digital nomad, you have to become web-savvy. Some basics in web design are a must for every digital nomad, even if you don’t want to make web design your professional career.
Search engine optimization (SEO)
SEO is the art of getting your own or clients’ websites ranked in the top positions for profitable search queries. Being an SEO expert is a perfect business that you can do from anywhere as long as you deliver the results.
Search engine advertising (SEA)
Managing advertising on Google’s search engine and its content network has become a lot more complex over the last few years. Google even offers a program that will get you certified – which helps if you want to manage campaigns for other businesses. Be aware though that you need to track what’s working right from the start as the marketing can become extremely expensive, if you don’t set up the campaign correctly at the beginning.
Social Media Marketing
Social Media is powerful these days, but not many people know how to use its tools most effectively. In fact, keeping their Facebook and Twitter accounts constantly running and publishing new and interesting info is a headache for most companies. Taking over their fan pages, Twitter accounts and running Facebook ads is a perfect digital nomad job that does not require too much technical knowledge and can be done from anywhere.
To become a successful traveller of the world while trading at the same time, you will need to increase your capital. There are many different trading techniques one can learn, with Forex trading being amongst the most popular.
Any kind of copywriting is another popular job choice for digital nomads to be able to travel the world. You can simply pick up a job on freelancer.com, deliver good results and you should be able to grow your client base in no time.
Becoming a good programmer requires time, experience and patience. Once you have learned a few languages and picked up some clients, it is one of the best jobs to live and work anywhere world, as the hourly rate and demand for programmers are both on the rise.
Remember that outsourcing is key to success for any digital nomad job
While it’s good to have a broad knowledge of everything, you would waste a lot of time trying to become a pro in every skill necessary. Even if you like being a “Solopreneur” – learning to outsource and letting others do the tasks you are struggling with will not only make you more productive but will give you more spare time to enjoy your travels, too.
THE WEBWORKTRAVEL GUIDE INCLUDES SOME OF THE BEST ONLINE RESOURCES SO YOU KNOW WHERE TO START LEARNING THE SKILLS TO BECOME A FREELANCER.