Freelance Global Gigs (FGG) Low Cost Marketplace and Communal News (CN) have launched their service in every major Indian language. They are developing a global low cost platform in news and gig services where India has become the seconded largest country in readership and contributions, behind only the Untied States. “We would like to thank you for your support,” the company said in a statement.
When selecting or working with a gig platform or marketplace, whether buying or selling gigs, you need to understand: what is the total cost? You should always try to compare the total cost of a gig platform so you know what you’re dealing with. Often the higher percentage the gig provider takes or charges, the more confusing or complicated they make it in presenting those costs; so if it’s hard to understand the total cost on a platform, that means they are often very high and don’t want to openly disclose the costs.
Freelance Global Gigs (FGG) has increase the number of Buyers by over 175% in the first 20 days of April. The number of Sellers was also up over 85% for the same period. This does not include any integration from the Communal News (CN) Contributors or Subscribers.
Communal News growth has also been phenomenal– the news service often has over 10,000 visitors in a day. Soon when you sign up for one service, you will get access to both services. Both CN and FGG believe it is better for the overall reader, Contributors, Buyers and Sellers that they have only one login and access.
Having a rapidly growing global newspaper integrated into a freelance gig service has proven to provide both with a tremendous advantage. Communal News (CN) is helping to launch Freelance Global Gigs(FGG) Low Cost Marketplace) with propelled rocket-like growth at FGG Low Cost Marketplace, as CN articles demonstrate how Buyers and Sellers can save more money with significant low-cost advantages.
The number of buyers coming into one low cost Freelance Global Gigs (FGG) Low Cost Marketplace platform is exploding; the monthly number of buyers that have signed up with the FGG platform increased over 200% in just the month of March alone. We believe the large number of buyers are attracted by three facts about FGG:
- Buyers prefer Lower Cost.
- Buyers want True Global Resources.
- Connection to a Global Newspaper Increases Awareness of Freelance Services.
When products and services move to low-cost, more advanced platforms they often help expand the entire marketplace. When reviewing gig platforms, the very first thing you review is total cost. The largest gig platforms charge as much as 27-28% of every dollar. In today’s internet this is beyond over charging.
You need to understand “gigs” and “gig platforms” are different from freelance jobs. This articles is focused on gig-based platforms. The very first thing you need to look at is total cost. If you look at the overall total costs, many of the gig platform (including the largest gig platform) have total costs that come in at over 27-28%.
So if you’re a buyer and seller conducting a transaction, these platforms could make well over 25% of the profit from your activities. That is just way to much for the internet age.
When reviewing freelance gig platforms, the very first thing you consider is total cost, and if the platform hides the cost then move on. The large gig platforms charge as high as 27-28% of every dollar. In today’s internet, this is online robbery.
When the investment world went to the discounted platform, not only did they take market share from their more expensive alternatives, but they opened up new markets that greatly expanded the total investment market– especially in the total number of participants. We realize this is not an apples-to-apples comparison, but almost all markets expand when the costs to the individual participants are reduced.
When reviewing freelance gig platforms we recommend the first item you consider is total cost. Many of the large gig platforms charge very aggressive rates; some as high as 27-28% of every dollar. Thus, if you are working on a gig platform charging such a high rate, we would recommend that you consider a slow plan to migrate off it. Over time you should make more money. With every dollar you earn (everything being equal) the buyer and seller are paying double the transaction fees of low-cost gig platforms (only 12%). That is substantial, especially over several years.
India contributes around 40% of the freelance jobs offered globally. In 2018, a Paypal article claimed an amazing one out of four freelancers are now from India. The country’s freelancers dominate software and related fields with India supplying around 50% of technology-based global freelance gigs. India contains a very large size of Millennials within a 15 million person skilled professional market– the majority below 40 years of age.
The Would Wide Web and technology has made each and every year easier for the family income provider to increase their earnings, especially with globally offered online side-gigs. The US gained first mover advantage and today is the biggest beneficiary helping to propel its gig providers with outstanding global revenue growth.
The number of independent / freelance workers has increased steadily over the past twenty years in Germany, from half a million people in 1992 to over 1.3 currently within a population base that has barely grown.
Now the low-cost digital platform in Germany and the German language has created a crisis for the salaried traditional workers in Germany. With Germany historically a very protected labor market, the freelance gig providers have become very challenging to the entire traditional German work structure. Germany has traditionally developed their own Deutschland companies that often compete directly with large US companies such as Uber, forcing that ride share app to leave important and large German markets.
Communal News is a very fast growing news, market research, and blog provider. Our page views and page visits are up nearly 1,000% over the same period one year ago. We passed the “5,000 articles published“ mark just days ago and are already at 5,250 posts. Now that Communal News is published by Google News and Facebook News, our growth has accelerated.
Spanish is the fourth largest language in the world behind English, Chinese and Hindi. There are 23 counties that have Spanish as their official language and those countries are spread over four continents. Now all Spanish speaking countries of the world have access to post their Freelance Global Gigs (FGG) Low Cost Marketplace services in Spanish which is then available in over 100 leading worldwide languages.
Egypt has a massive population of over 98 million people, with the current GDP per capital at just over $3,000. Egypt has invested in human capital but according to Professor Ragui Assaad, Egypt’s economic growth is “jobless growth,” and has “no impact on employment rates or the quality of jobs…but poverty and inequality have increased. Growth has essentially not been creating good jobs despite the apparent decline in unemployment.”
Do you have a technology idea, article or concept that you want to write about, but don’t have the distribution platform to get the word out? Well the internet has changed and your articles are welcome here.
Communal News has a global platform where you can publish your technology news on our website. This same technology news is then translated and published in the globe’s largest languages, including over 100 languages worldwide. It is also published on Google News and posted on our social media sites.
The French language is the fifth largest language in the world behind English, Mandarin, Hindi and Spanish. France itself is the second largest French speaking county in the world behind DR Congo. Today, French language Gigs can be translated into over 100 different languages– not just English– allowing the French gig poster to greatly increase their markets.
Mexico has created a tough path for itself economically. On the job creation front, the government raised the minimum wage by 20% in the middle of a recession– the second major increase. The combination of a poor economy and low-end job losses can lead to tremendous strife among the poorest Mexicans.
The Russian population peaked 28 years ago at over 48 million, just after the USSR collapsed in 1991. Today the Russian population is about 144 million (the current population dos not include the annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol). Domestic GDP per capita is under $12,000 per year. The Russian GDP per capita is equivalent to only 93% of the world average.
Russian computer usage is remarkably high at 71% (in 2016) and the Russian Global Gig Economy Index is 8th in growth at a strong 20%.
Nigeria is working hard to transform itself from one of the world’s poorest commodity-based economies, where the per capita GDP is just above $2,000 per year, into a high skilled information-based economy. Nigeria, unlike Ukraine and other Asia countries, does not have a bordering country where the young and highly educated can easily migrate and dramatically improve their financial situation. Nigeria has more of its population in poverty (by definition under $1.90 a day) than even India. It is estimated that over 87 million people, about half of Nigeria, currently live in poverty.
Ukraine currently has a shortage of almost all skilled labor. The number of Ukrainian workers has decrease from 18 million in 2013 to around 15 million today. According to Ukrainian Presidential Advisor Oleg Ustenko,
“Ukraine continues to lose labor resources, which carries serious risks and threats to the country. If the current pace of the outflow of human resources continues, then fulfilling the ambitious task set by the president to sharply increase the rate of economic growth will not be feasible.”
Indonesia is the largest economy in South East Asia, with a population of over 270 million people, making it the 4th largest populated country in the world behind China, India and the Untied States. Indonesia is behind on the internet revolution with only about 18% of the population having access to the internet, but that number is growing rapidly. Most of the jobs in Indonesia, including freelance work, are repetitive and low paying– often data entry in the English language.
The Global Gig-Economy in 2019 has ranked the Philippines sixth in the world for the number of its freelancers. The ranking found that the island nation freelancers and freelance gigs grew at a amazing 35% from the year before, bringing the total Philippines population working as freelancers to 2%. As the nation of freelancers is growing, so is the internal need for freelance services.
In 2019, the national freelance award went to M Shamir Hasan from Bangladesh. He, like millions of others from Bangladesh, started freelancing as a profession because he claims, “I wanted to support myself financially.” India, which almost completely surrounds Bangladesh (at one time they were part of the same country), has seen very strong growth in online freelancing. Many in India believe the following three things contributed to that country’s strong freelance growth:
The online gigs service market is now global in nature. It already allows independent coders in India to provide services to us in America, but now the world is changing again. Communal News just announced their decision to publish freelance global gigs and articles in over 100 global languages. Not only is the site now available in nearly every language on the planet, but Freelance Global Gigs Marketplace (FGG) Low Cost Marketplace will continue to provide leading news and technology coverage and links in related articles on Google news.
Many skilled Canadian professionals are finding news ways, utilizing online web services, to attain high levels of professional freedom combined with even higher earnings. David Rosenberg, a chief economist, was very bearish on the Canadian economy, putting odds of a recession at 80%, as slowing global growth swamps any future financial stimulus.
The Human Cloud is a sub-segment of the gig economy that includes firms that match workers to work through an online/digital platform such as Freelance Global Gigs (FFG) Low Cost Marketplace. This is a sub-unit of the freelance industry where all work arrangements are established and completed via a single digital online platform. The Human Cloud had very robust growth in 2019 with total sales of $126 billhttps://communalnews.com/2019/09/16/are-gig-economy-platforms-changing-the-worlds-job-structures/ion so far is changing the traditional job world.
One of the most highly desired freelance gigs is technical support. Many companies have websites, with the vast majority on tradition IT networks. The world of the internet is moving much faster then small business can keep up with. Also, with the cloud and mobile applications exploding, the trifecta of need for technical support is very large and growing. Businesses are hiring technical support engineers to manage the software, network, and other applications that are related to the computer systems of an organization.