Jeremy Noronha is a young WordPress Affiliate, who has been traveling the world the past few years. He first started his career building websites, and now he blogs full time. We wanted to get to know Jeremy a little better, so we asked him the following questions:
My name is Jeremy Noronha, I grew up in Goa, India but I left at the age of 18 in 2016 and began traveling the world, living out of a backpack working online. I like spending a lot of time hiking in nature, surfing and reading. I currently blog at JeremyNoronha.com.
I began blogging about travel to share my stories and having always pushed boundaries, it served as an inspiration to a lot of people. Blogging was my way of showing people what’s possible if you’re willing to pursue what you want.
I write about everything from WordPress theme reviews to “how I hiked the world’s 3rd highest mountain pass alone” to my views of Instagram influencers. Writing about whatever is interesting to me and striving to write the articles that I would personally find interesting to read, keeps things exciting.
Since I write about various topics my audience varies from teenagers in school wondering what they want to do with their lives to marketing experts in companies looking to improve their marketing skills.
The freedom to set my own working hours and live wherever I want and have a positive impact in people’s lives.
“Normal” is a myth, there’s no absolute definition of what’s normal. What everyone considers their normal is just an illusion built up based on their cultural upbringing and environment.
I don’t have a typical work day as it varies based on when I’m traveling. My day starts with meditation and yoga and then I spend a lot of time walking and usually try to walk or hike at least 10km a day.
I also spend a lot of time reading in cafes and usually read about a book a week. Personally, I work on the weekends as that’s when I feel like they’re too many people out and about.
Write for yourself first, because in a world of 7 billion people they’re bound to be others with the same interests as you. Write the type of articles you’d like to read and focus on the positive impact of your content instead of vanity metrics like page views.
Thank you so much Jeremy for answering those questions! Go check out his blog, he has some awesome articles and great pictures from all his travels. If you have any further questions for him go ahead and contact him. Welcome Jeremy to the affiliate marketing scene, and good luck with all your future endeavors in your career.