Travel Site Refuses Advertisers Because of Unethical Influence on Travel Writers

Top Quote Andy Lee Graham, CEO of the Hobo Traveler travel lifestyle social network, has decided to stop accepting any form of advertisements. The site will be monetized by patrons, donations, premium fees, and products manufactured under the brand. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) August 28, 2019 - Bangkok, Thailand - After 19 years in business, Andy Lee Graham, CEO and Founder of, has claimed complete freedom from the influence of advertisers.

    A Commitment to Honesty
    Hobo Traveler will give its members the pros and cons of the places it reviews by removing the influence of untrustworthy advertisers.

    Website Advertising can be Obnoxious
    Advertisements block readers from getting to the content they want to read, and can lead them to websites they’d rather not visit.

    Learning From Experience
    Hotel owners expect to be compensated with articles and videos that are all pros and no cons. He says travel writers and video producers shouldn’t disclose the reason for their visit until after it’s over, to ensure they’re not getting special treatment.

    How Will Make Money Without Ads?

    1. Voluntary monthly subscriptions.
    2. Travel consultation and tours.
    3. Hobo Traveler charges a one-time $25 fee.
    4. Hobo Traveler branded merchandise.

    To Join HoboTraveler Travel Lifestyle Social Network:

    To join HoboTraveler YouTube channel: Andy Lee Graham with 20,000+ subscribers to go to:

    Contact info:
    Email: andy AT
    USA telephone: +1-260-624-4414
    Life is good!

    Andy Lee Graham

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