Mjob Admin November 5, 2019 No Comments
The freelance economy, or the microjob market, is growing rapidly. According to the U.S. Freelancers Union, 35 % of the U.S. workforce, or 55 million people, were freelancers in 2016. It is predicted that 50% of the U.S. workforce will be freelancers by 2020.
Freelancing business has an easy entry, you can do it alongside your full-time job and when it grows you can make it a full time affair.
Freelancing business is about building personal brand, but the major freelance platform forbid freelancers to communicate directly with clients. In other words, the freelancers are actually the “free workers” of the sites, and freelancers will have trouble getting their service noticed once they decide to leave the platform.
Micro Job Market (mJobMarket.com) aim to help freelancers build their businesses, and is considered as the first decentralized freelance platform which allows freelancers to contact buyers directly, and takes 0% commission from any closed deal.
The Co-Founder, John Hirsch points out that since he has been working as a freelancer, he knows what a freelancer really needs in order to progress career-wise. Depending on the centralized platforms might give freelancers an easy start but it doesn’t help in building an independent business and in the long run.
“All freelancers should sign up to mJobMarket,” Hirsch said in an interview, “because we allow freelancers to add links to their blog, website, and even their profiles on other freelance site. Link them all to mjob market, and you can start building your personal brand right away.”
Micro Job Market also provides free resources to help freelancers, such as marketing and branding tips, payment suggestions, and will also include useful legal document formats in the collection.
mJobMarket calls on all freelancers who want to run a successful personal business to sign up and utilize the platform. Asides from the business point of view, mJobMarket also wants to build a freelancers global community to share knowledge and support one another.
Micro Job Market (mJobMarket.com) – the 1st decentralized freelance platform