FGG Low Cost Marketplace have been around for about a year with very strong (almost exponential) growth in visitors, posts, and global penetration. With their low cost and global market, FGG Low Cost Marketplace allows a growing number of freelance gig Buyer and Sellers to save and make more money.
At Communal News, we pride ourselves on providing contributor-driven news. That includes (but is not limited to) news other sources might have missed from perspectives they might not have considered. We report domestic stories, on the day-to-day happenings in the United States, as well as the world’s top news of the day. We also provide stories of interest from a growing bench of international contributors, who report the news from places of cultural and social attachment, or just what’s going on in their neck of the woods.
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.
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.
Communal News recently posted its 5,000th article, capping off a stunning rate of contributor and reader growth. With over 1,000 contributors signed up so far, the site has also had over 20,000 unique visitors and over 84,000 visits in the last 7 days alone! CN is published on Communal News, Google News and Facebook News– in over 100 languages and on social media.
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.
Many retire people want to become self employed and they just don’t know how to do it. They would love the freedom of working at home and scheduling work around their other retirement schedules of walks, golfing, or coffee with friends.
Writers and journalist have possibly experienced the biggest single employment disruption since the Internet entered our lives. It has displaced the entire traditional paper publishing business as we know it. Newspapers, magazines, catalogues, yellow pages, the entire market is either gone or just a fraction of what it use to be.
A freelance gig platform is a listing of gigs (jobs) for business services. The number of gigs on a platform can be unlimited. The world is moving to micro specialists– someone who is an expert in a small specialized or micro field. A gig is a specialized service, such as writing superior press releases, or a product launch specialist. If you’re a specialist in say hydroponics, WordPress, or cryptocurrency, it can be difficult for potential employers to find your services. Maybe you want to get onto a platform that supports business, that will help you access an industry with explosive growth? Being on a diversified gig platform, people can drill down and find more specific services that they need.
Communal News (CN) is a fast growing and evolving news, market research and blog website and we’re on a journey. We are an open platform for writers and news, asking that all the articles we publish to be fact based. We have just under 800 contributors publishing about 15 articles a day, so we truly have a robustly growing communal service. CN has a vastly expanding audience approaching close to 1 million visitors a year– yet we’ve only just celebrated our one year anniversary as a digital media firm. We get a lot of positive feedback on our service. For example, this week a contributing writer expressed these settlements to us: