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Isuzu drivers wanted for 4x4 photos and video

Postby SAS » Sat May 20, 2017 2:28 pm

Looking for Isuzu drivers to produce 4x4 trail guides near their hometown. Feature your 4WD Trooper/Rodeo/Amigo/VX in photos and video about the trail. Seeking all areas, but especially Canadian and midwest/southeastern U.S. states.

trailsoffroad.com is a North American 4WD trail reference site. Presently, the site has about 100 contributors in 18 U.S. states, and one province of Canada. Over 870 trails are completed, meaning the guides have been produced and are free to view on the site. All are current (updated within the past 12 months) and comprised of only "first-hand" original content--we don't copy text, tracks, and photos from the interwebs. There are thousands more named trails in the system yet to be completed.

The site gets over 100k page hits per month. There are over 8,000 registered users (free), and thousands more anonymous users.

Set your own production goal--whether it's five trails over the summer, or you want to do fifty. Consider the potential, as trailsoffroad is a profit-share company, splitting website profit with contributors based on production (number of trails completed).

Check the site and view some trail guides and videos. Notice that the format is identical between all, whether its an Alaska trail or a Georgia trail, or any place in-between. See trailsoffroad.com also on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

If it appeals to you, click the "Join Our Crew" link and set-up an appointment for an online/collaborative overview. We'll demonstrate the site and features, and show you the "back side" including how to build the guides and the private writers' forum where all the "business" takes place. We'll also explain the profit-sharing percentages, and other ways to be compensated for your time on the trail.
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Re: Isuzu drivers wanted for 4x4 photos and video

Postby paulevans76 » Sun May 21, 2017 3:52 pm

I'll be in touch when my rig is back in fighting shape (soon). Definitely would like to be a part of it.
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Re: Isuzu drivers wanted for 4x4 photos and video

Postby firstcherokeekid » Tue May 23, 2017 12:52 pm

I am game as soon as my new lift is complete, should be approx 2 weeks.

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Re: Isuzu drivers wanted for 4x4 photos and video

Postby PPCLI-JIM » Tue May 23, 2017 6:07 pm

I post bits and pieces of my off road excursions now and then on my youtube channel I am about to post another one right now


https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... kKE5DlR9-c

theres me smashing around in my suzuki also :mrgreen: :idea:
Its a small amount of fuel , but it's a whole lot of walking..Note from my Dad
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GUNS LOTS AND LOTS LOL

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Postby Cronk » Mon Jun 05, 2017 1:40 pm

Man, I'd love to do this but all I get done is chasing my tale these days.......

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