Meta-Travel 2015 Membership Levels

It’s taken a little longer than expected but we’ve finally added our new Meta-Travel membership levels.

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I’ll outline the basic details below and will create separate posts later, to cover the actions allowed for each level, and link to them from here.

Standard Membership
Standard Membership:
Can create a member profile for free; join a group; add comments and rate content. 5% Commission.

Promoted Member
Promotion:
Members with a completed profile, including personal profile picture (not logo), a nice Cover image, and who are already active in a group may receive a ‘Promotion’ level for greater posting freedom. 6% Commission.

Meta-Travel Tourist
Tourist: 45 days – $5 (2,500 Points); 100 days – $10 (5,000 Points).
Tourists earn a short-term upgrade and can enter travel contests. 8% commission.

Verified Member
Verified Member: 180 days – $16 (8,000 Points); 360 days – $24 (12,000 Points).
Add a website and exchange community points for Meta-Travel credits + earn 10% commission.

Travel Blogger
Travel Blogger: 420 days – $32 (16,000 Points).
Travel bloggers and photographers showcase their work, for extra community points. 12% commission.

Travel Critic
Travel Critic: 480 days – $40 (20,000 Points).
Travel critics savour life in hotels and restaurants; the proof is in the pudding. 14% commission.

Tour Guide
Tour Guide: 520 days – $50 (25,000 points).
The tour guide waxes lyrical about the places to visit and things to do there. 16% commission.

Travel PR
Travel PR: 560 days – $70. (35,000 Points).
Public relations is good for business and these folk know how to travel right. 18% commission.

Travel Scribe
Travel Scribe: 620 days – $100 (50,000 points).
It’s all about crafting the written word; travel scribes live for the thrill of the quill. 19% commission.

Travel Editor
Travel Editor: 710 days – $140 (70,000 points).
Travel Editors are highly respected members of the Meta-Travel community. 20% commission.

Social Log-in:
We’ve also added a Facebook Connect button and may be offering other social media log-in options soon; if there’s a call for them.

Your comments are appreciated. If you don’t want to post them in the open, feel free to use our Contact Form.

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International Tourism Continues to Grow by 3% to 4%

A report by the World Tourism Organization – at the end of January, 2015 – claimed that ‘International tourist arrivals reached 1,138 million in 2014′. UNWTO forecasts for the year ahead remain positive, with another 3% to 4% increase predicted.

As Europe strengthens its ‘most visited region in the world’ status, with visitors from China increasing faster than Japan and South Korea, this trend is especially good for those employed in European Tourism.

Fittingly, the World Tourism Day theme for 2015, hosted by Burkina Faso, is ‘One Billion Tourists, One Billion Opportunities’.

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2014-2018 World War One Centenary #LestWeForget

To Commemorate The Centenary of the 1914-1918 Great War,

Lest We Forget
The 2015 Travel Notes Calendar Remembers.

Click on a photograph to find out more about each individual image.

JanuaryWorld War One Trenches.

World War One Trenches - Bayernwald

FebruaryHill 60 Cratered Landscape.

Cratered Earth - Hill 60 Battlefield Memorial

MarchBritish Cemetery at Messines Ridge.

Messines Ridge British Cemetery

AprilGerman Bunker at Tyne Cot Cemetery.

German Bunker at Tyne Cot Cemetery

MayPozières British Cemetery and Somme Battlefields.

Pozières British Cemetery and Memorial to the Missing

JuneArtstetten Castle in Memory of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.

Artstetten Castle 28th June, 2014

JulyAmerican Battle Monuments Commisssion.

American Battle Monuments Commission

AugustMontsec American Monument.

Montsec American Monument

SeptemberSaint-Mihiel American Cemetery.

Saint-Mihiel American Cemetery

OctoberFort de Douaumont, Verdun.

Fort de Douaumont, Verdun

November – Armistice Signing in Compiègne.

Armistice Clearing in The Forest of Compiègne

DecemberTheir Name Liveth For Evermore.

Their Name Liveth For Evermore

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