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Ep4: Unboxing The Mystery Box Film Challenge
"I can't really stressing enough. Anyone can participate in the mystery. Box film challenge you. Don't have to be in scranton wilkes-barre you don't have to be in northeast. Pennsylvania you can be anywhere in participate. We've made it so we've made it really streamlined. Like keeping announcing the items online. And that's because of the pandemic it's like okay if you wanna do a challenge during a pandemic how we're gonna do this like we don't want to give out physical boxes and it's really not that conducive if you want to grow it so announcing the items was the best way to do it and it's it's really easy to it's just like people just have to go find the items if they have them in their house or they had the borrow him or if you wanna buy 'em yourself that's that's a really good we do. We're on facebook on instagram. We'll have a facebook group so you could talk to people this where we usually put the list of the requirements items prompts on. There's usually a document i to facebook page on the facebook group in the video is always there when we announced but this is the first year that the mystery box film challenge is on film freeway. That was a decision that i made that phone. Freeways really the premier place to find film festivals film challenges and i wanted just to get more is on the challenge because last year had lake. We had i think twenty one sign ups and we got twelve films back so usually are ratio is lake. We get a lot of sign ups in usually we get about half of them to submit a film which was amazing during a pandemic all types of films different genres like first time filmmakers season professionals to it's it's everybody you can do it. You can totally participate in this challenge. It's so much fun. And it's just a great way to connect with people in network with filmmakers in your area and asking for help and we're always here he always email us if you need help or have any questions but yeah all our items in prompts and requirements and specifications are on our film freeway page. If you searched the mystery box challenge on film freeway and like i said before you have two months to make film they need to be wanna ten minutes in laying that includes your credit entitles. They can't go beyond ten minutes Ill should align with the pg thirteen rating. We don't allow our crm teen films. These are short films are not gonna be feature films. So it's pretty good for that. And then you have your technical specifications as well and we do the emission on phil freeway as well. We used to have people email us. They're finish phones but we're not doing that. Everything is going to be through film freeway We do have a submission fee this year all past years. The film challenge has been free but with Just doing the challenge. It's a lot of it's like. We want to do a lot. More marketing in the marketing costs money. And we want to give her filmmaker swag like shirts and stickers and It better prizes in that costs money so like we have a regular deadlines mission is five dollars and then we have a late deadline for this year. So regular deadline for this year's film challenges november tenth. You still have time You can do a filming day you can edit and day and do whatever and are late. Deadline is november thirtieth and that will be a ten dollar fee early We kind of Wanted to do the challenge between like late summer and fall on we try to pretty close to one the northeast. Pennsylvania film festival has a festival. The festival usually is in march But it's just a pain the butt film in the winter. that can't be done. It's just a pain in the butt to film in the winter so we had the challenge earlier this year so it was. We kicked it off on september first skinner complete in the end of november to give people that end of summer fall timeframe which is still pretty nice to film. It's actually unseasonably warm now. Still which is awesome northeast pennsylvania. So i hope everyone can participate in the film challenge. It's a really great challenge to be creative and to just get yourself out there and start making films it's a real catalyst for people on lake like this is like if you wanna skies the limit if you want to do any type of film you want and have all the requirements inc for the challenge. I wanted to participate in the challenge. One year i actually wrote my script. And i just couldn't get anyone to get enough pete. I couldn't get a crew and actors together to do it. But i was like i'm going to keep the script and i'm gonna keep working on it and i'm gonna eventually produce it so i wrote a script. Siro my script for the mystery box challenge. This call fallout. And so i kept working on it and working on the script editing. I had my colleagues rita the detailer with me at lunch. They gave me feedback. So i just kept the script that i wrote for the mystery box kept working working working at and i gave it to my friend bridget. She edited it for me. Give me feedback. I kept ending it in editing. It got to a point where i thought it was good. And i just didn't then the pandemic again the pandemic hits and i just haven't i have not produced the film yet but i do want to. It's not really conducive to film during the pandemic. Because it's all takes place in a basement so really. The premise of fallout is. There's a group of friends who are hunkering down for an impending nuclear attack. While one of their friends is outside could be dead could not be dead Who knows and they're really freaked out in steph happens in. I don't want to give too much away. But i decided to submit that script to a couple screenplay competitions recently on film freeway in. It's gotten right now. It's gotten six official selections for six different vessels which is pretty awesome Just to get it out there in get it recognized which is pretty cool and it's like all right. This is really something. So i really want to film this. But it's like don't have. It's a catalyst. The mystery box film challenges are really creative. way to really get into filmmaking. Answer really start making something i i mean. I find a lot of people even myself included you. Stop yourself sometimes. If you wanna make film you stop yourself. It's like even. I wanna participate this year. Even though i'm the organizer. I still want to participate in writing my scripts and like i know what i to ride. And it's like okay. Who am i gonna get. Who is like the crew and stuff like that and making it simple so we can get it done in a day and i can edit it on time and get it in. So it's it's in own if you don't end up if you write something you end up not making it to the deadline to keep your script and keep reworking it. I mean you know. They asked for help. Get your parents involved. If the if you need to be can't find anyone you know you don't need to have a professional camera you can. Have someone help you edit or you can try editing yourself. I mean it's just anyone can participate. So i hope you guys Take some time to go to our website. The mystery box film challenge go to our film freeway page. Take a look at the list of items and problems in specifications and requirements and see if he can get a film. We would love to see your film. And you'll get them will be the premier's gonna be at the northeast pennsylvania film festival. We don't know what they yet. Um that'll come close when it gets to march but I'm so glad you guys can join me to for the une boxing. The mystery box film challenge. And i hope you guys participate. If you have any questions you can email the mystery box. Film challenge mystery box any p. Mail dot com. The mystery box challenge is on facebook. Instagram follow us. And we're also on youtube where you can find pass emissions to get some inspiration They're really talented. People who cemented in any type of person. Like if you're just new to filmmaking you for professional like everyone's got some great stuff and it's on youtube for everyone to look at so thank you guys so much for joining us for our scranton talks podcasts. About the mystery box film challenge. To go and participate. There is still time. We're on the halfway point so so go on our phone. Freeway patients admit to our film challenge. It's gonna be awesome. I can't wait to see you guys. And i hope if you do submit You get to join us at the film festival for the premiere of the films in copa. Get to meet you. That'd be great and get to network with other filmmakers as well in scranton So the the film festival usually happens downtown. Scranton in pennsylvania so i hope you guys can participate. Thank you so much for joining us for grand talks podcast. Be sure to subscribe to our podcast to get all the latest episodes. We upload episodes once a month Be sure to check out our facebook instagram. like i said again and we do our scranton. Talks live on facebook and on electric city television. If your local once a month our next Interview is gonna be on october. Nineteenth live on our facebook page on the independent film creative hub. Electric television will be talking with bridget. Lamonica she's a local filmmaker from northeast pennsylvania. Who actually is living and working in atlanta now. So we'll be talking to her about her projects what she's been doing Like working in the film industry. She's fully in the film industry a freelance basis working atlanta. So we'll be talking with her on october nineteenth at seven fifteen pm so i hope you can join us for that and thank you once again for joining us on this episode of scranton talks Be sure to check out the independent film creative. A website at www dot com are creative dot com where you can check a directory of pete filmmakers. Who are on there if you need any help finding actors and crew. That's the place to go for the with. You're looking for your crew for your mystery. Buxom challenge in. It's free to sign up so you can make your own directory on there so go there and check it out. Thank you guys so much again. Be sure to tell all your friends about scranton talks. Podcasts can't wait to hear from you on the next episode.
Why Inflation Is Driving the Global Market Decline
"Markets in england germany and france down by more than two percent in some places what is happening on the world stage. I don't think it's the debt limit. I think it's inflation. I would agree you. There's there's actually two things remember in relation. We're gonna talk you know what true inflation if that money buys latte and so there's there's two ways that this happens one you create too much money and that's actually what we've done but the other thing you can do is 'cause your output to go down and what we did with the colbert lockdowns You know i get it. People will tell me seven earn. Thousands of people died in america. But but the bottom line is when you you. You can't lock down a capitalist system. Close it like a lightbulb. Turn it off and then turn it back on. And so there's there's two things going on right now one. We have damaged our ability to produce at the same time. We've printed way too much money when you put those two things together you get inflation. There's no doubt about oil over seventy five dollars a barrel. you know. everybody knows what you're paying for a gallon of gasoline. There's inflation in the system today and the market will adjust. Because of that
The Left Ruins Everything It Touches
"Hello my friends. Dennis prager here. A reminder what the democrats are doing to this country he's ruining it. The democratic party is ruining the united states of america because it's controlled by the left and the left ruins everything touches to deny that is to engage in wishful thinking and it's inexcusable means. You don't have the courage to say the left is is evil. The left is evil. The left everywhere is evil. Not liberals liberals are my eve liberals often lack courage politically. They're often wonderful individuals. I love some of them personally but they won't acknowledge because it's very hard to stare at evil to destroy america. The last best hope of mankind is that's not evil then. I need a definition of evil. So i'm very specific. And what. I mean by evil in this case. They're destroying this country. Intentionally taxpayer payers should understand. The magnitude of the benefits is the wall street journal editorial about the the The new entitlements that they are giving for children basic income for families with children basic income for all families before the expansion the average child credit for a family below one hundred percent of the poverty line was about nine hundred. Seventy five dollars now. It's five thousand. Four hundred twenty one dollars that comes on top of their transfer programs such as food stamps and the earned income tax credit. The child entitlement will reach well into the middle class which is part of the political goal of course at the end of democracy when people understand. They could vote for politicians. Who will give them money. That's it it's over then nobody votes for what's better for the country they vote for. How do i get more money.
Influential Educators: Fanny Jackson Coppin
"Jackson coppin was born in eighteen. Thirty seven in washington. Dc she was born into an enslaved household fannies grandfather had managed to save up and by the freedom of four out of his six children. Fanny's mother was not among them as fanny recalls. in her autobiography. It was on account of her birth that her grandfather refused to buy her mother's freedom. So fanny remained enslaved until the age of twelve when her aunt bought her freedom for one hundred. Twenty five dollars after that fanny was sent off to new bedford. Massachusetts to live with the different ant by the age of fourteen fanny was fully supporting herself. As a paid servant in rhode island. She worked for author. George henry calvert household for six years during her time. They're fading used the money she earned to pay for tutoring and leader public schooling. It was at the rhode island state. Normal school where fanny. I realized her love for teaching and for making education accessible for all black people in eighteen. Sixty fanny enrolled in oberlin. College in ohio oberlin's courses were rigorous and it was the first college that accepted both black and women students while studying at oberlin. Fanny broke several glass ceilings. She was selected to join the highly coveted. Young ladies literary society. Fanny was the first black person chosen as a student teacher. She used this role to organize evening. Classes for newly freed people in her last year of college. Fanny was scouted by the institute for colored youth and philadelphia. The school was run by quakers who were in search of an african american woman who could teach greek latin and arithmetic officials at oberlin. Immediately new fanny would be perfect for the role. Fanny was an excellent teacher within a year. She was promoted to principal of the women's part of the school. Four years after that van became principal of the entire institute her position as such was extremely radical for the
Is It Time to Ditch Two-Factor Text Messages?
"Of the most important security measures you can take turning on two factor authentication to log into various online accounts whether it's for your bank your email or your twitter account but it might be time to ditch the option to receive those codes. You get by text that's right. I'm usa today. Tech columnist rob pecoraro writes about this on dot usa today dot com exploring alternatives to rely on text messages when enabling two factor authentication. It's especially important if your t. mobile customer as a recent data breach made its customers more susceptible to what's called a sim swap attack where a hacker tries to take over a phone line to intercept two factor authentication messages and it doesn't require the hacker to physically have your phone in their possession one alternative to receiving text with a code that allows you to continue the log in process is to switch to an or app google authenticate or is one big example. I've used an app called offi h. y. for years. Now it's fantastic. I use it for several of my accounts. It's really easy to set up in. All you do is when it gets to that screen that asks for the code to put in Instead of again getting text she'll go to the offi app and pull up the account. And it'll give you a six digit code. You type it right in. There are also some apps like google bypass text message altogether instead showing a message on your screen asking if you tried signing in and then he can tap either yes or no to confirm that you can also purchase an encrypted usb security key to linked to your account and then confirmed by plugging into the new device. They usually start around twenty five dollars but can't be fooled by fishing pages and protect multiple
Selling Action in Poker Tournaments
"Well the first question is quite easy in just goes back to what you were saying. You start it's taking probably between twenty two thousand seventeen. But i wonder if you can each remember. The first time are sold at auction at your feelings were about doing so is there any doubt was something he just flew into confidence. The first time i ever sold action. I do remember it was for my i d. I wasn't really ruled. Free petits at the time but one of the top poker players in our run me up and said he was interested in buying a big piece indie potato so i ended up setting fifty percent of myself and turning it into rosary modest by international. It was more common the time but it was fairly new back then. Seemed to be most What that was a poker player looking to have a sweat. Apart from the fact that he was playing the event himself it was very ad hoc like that people have already any idea of what the correct markups should be. So yeah. I think that was two thousand nine. Roughly yeah when i look back i would say that it was definitely an online event and it was probably relatively small cleaning things where you know you might satellite into. Ns tops or w coup or something like that online. And then it's sorta seemed prudent to maybe twelve and then maybe salad trumka's well. I remember the first proper Was twelve and a half percent to a couple of friends. When i qualified for the full series in two thousand and nine i had my way from the twenty five dollars. Satellite to a to k package and in my mind that was trying to cover the cost to go to the live events. I thought it'd be smart. 'cause i wasn't old at the time i was right in growing your mode when it used to play forty five months and this was for chefs and yeah went very well and i ended up having to my friends. grams for those small pieces was a fifteen hundred events. I think i only settled about two hundred bucks worth but the pin a good purchase by them. I didn't begrudge it to them. Because they were kind of people who i used to do. A lot of swapping with back when i lived in the states and played
Ben Yu Describes His Early Days in the World of Poker
"Ridiculous. Has taken over. Three hundred episodes to get ben on the show By ben thank you for joining us. It's so great to have year. There's definitely three thousand people. You probably should have great to finally be here. Well i know we talked a little. We kind of this panel up here Some of us know you pretty well. Some of us have heard a little about you. We always like to pretend that maybe some of our listeners may be haven't heard of our guests at all. So can you just start by telling a little bit. About what got you into poker and kind of where people might know you best. I've got a couple of ideas. But i'd like to hear from you. I was like a lot of people in two thousand. Three hundred thousand four watching After on espn. I would be at school or at the gym. And i would make sure to raise home. I think this is before even have had Recording so it makes it a race. Come in time to catch the episodes now would like cover the clocks in my house because i knew once we get to the bottom of the hour. Someone was probably gonna win any kind of didn't know it so i would cover the clocks in my house. Make sure to watch the that way on. Starting in college and high school we would just play home games. You know small cash games through like five dollars tournaments sitting goes essentially my friends my random call high school in college friends and it's taking it more seriously just started to read books from two bus to and read the forums onto plus food. I learned that you've been actually learned how to play good as opposed to just you. What you thought was good you your power. You know intuitively was good almond. I just started taking it more seriously. At that point. I was playing with hold on because it was a much bigger game Much bigger game than it is now in terms of how many people have big it was and it was one of the predominant things online So i deposited twenty five dollars on party promptly. Lost factory with Small sitting goes hold on on Take it more seriously. And at that point. I'm reading books and reading hands and Other what other people that they should play online and You know starting to improve my game on and i would. I was so in love with a great this point in my life. now i actually did Another interview pretty recently. Basically at that point like how much of my waking time was either spent playing or thinking about folk figures probably over eighty percent. You know if i wasn't playing was thinking about the handed played or like writing them up to send the people get feedback from them So at this point. I was just ravenous anything about poker devour. There's any news following all the Tournaments and stuff on still watching all the episodes on espn and following. What would happen at world series every
Understanding 401k Loans
"Half of all. Us workers participate in their employer's retirement plan about fourteen percent of those with 401k's borrow money from them understanding 401k. Loans is important both for those who already have alone and those who are contemplating getting one borrowing limits according to the irs. You can borrow up to fifty percent of your vested. 401k ballons or fifty thousand dollars. Whichever is less if you're vested balance is less than twenty thousand dollars. You can borrow any amount up to ten grand vested means you own it for employer matching funds that can take up to five years you are immediately vested in all funds that you put into the plan interest payments one of the unique features of a 401k. Loan is that you pay interest to yourself when you borrow money such as a home mortgage or an auto loan. The interest is paid to the lender when you borrow money from your 401k. You are the lender all interest paid comes right back to you and goes into your 401k account. Awesome right not so fast. Opportunity cost in the financial world. There's a concept known as opportunity costs opportunity. Costs is the loss of potential gain when one alternative is chosen over another in other words. It's what you would have received. Had you done something other than what you did. For example if back in the year two thousand you bought a carton of cigarettes instead of investing the money and amazon. The opportunity cost is sixteen hundred dollars what that can't be right. A carton of cigarettes today is about seventy five dollars adjusted for two percent annual inflation in two thousand. It costs fifty dollars in two thousand one share of amazon stock. Cost one hundred dollars today. It's worth thirty two hundred dollars when you borrow money from your 401k. The opportunity cost is the investment return. You would have earned. Had you left that money where it was over time. Investment earnings become earnings on earnings or compound interest something albert einstein dubbed. The eighth wonder of the world
Goldman Sachs AI Day Expectations
"Robin our here. And today we're going to be talking about a couple of analysts. Updates one from goldman sachs about their expectations for a day. I think those are kind of helpful. Just to get a sense of what institutions are expecting for events like that then we've also got a bit of an update on that yuan. Musk source city. Trial some news out of china and a couple of stores as well bit of a tougher day for tesla again. Today though the stock did recover some in the afternoon ended up finishing down about three percent. Six hundred and sixty five dollars. Seventy one cents. The nasdaq was also down today. Nine tenths of a percent. So i know feels like a rough week for tesla. But it's been kind of a rough week for all automakers looking at a handful here you can see. Gm down six for instilling tests down about four and a half percent. Volkswagen in neo down seven percent expand down six percent average across the board of those down six percent so desolate spent a little bit worse. But not really all that much especially given the context of the nitsa investigation as the interest from that fades from earlier. this week. Everyone is going to be turning their attention to a idea of course scheduled for this thursday. It'll be five. Pm pacific time eight pm eastern time. I do believe tesla intends to livestream it. We don't have those details yet. But i think eli had previously said that they would though i can't find that tweet at the moment i'd be shocked if they didn't and also plan on live streaming as well so as i mentioned goldman sachs last night. Put out a note with their expectations for a day and in their introduction. They did note that this is going to be a purposeful recruiting event. So hopefully that stands from tesla has kind of cut through to most investors and. I think that really helps to keep expectations a lot. More realistic in terms of what was going to be talking about as goldman sachs. They expect hustle to talk about five key topics which they outlined in this note. I they say they expect us to discuss its. Ai neural net now strained. I would agree. That is something that we've heard tesla talk about both at autonomy day and then if you followed andrea carpathia presentations. He's talked a lot about those sort of
California Gubernatorial Hopeful Larry Elder Has Some Sharp Words for Gavin Newsom
"Gavin. Newsom is hurling her hurtling slings and arrows. larry elder's way. I think he's over the target. Here he is author attorney documentary filmmaker. You haven't seen uncle tom. What have you been waiting for and off air now. normally you're syndicated radio host. Who just might have to move to sacramento the one only great elderski joins us on the mike gallagher. Show larry how the heck are you my friend michael. I'm really doing well and thank you so much for inviting me on your show. Thank you for your support for my candidacy. Can i tackle some of the things that were in that. Yes i want to do that. I want you to respond to that but before we do that. Have we gotten hughhewitt off the fence yet. I thought i would shame him into endorse with my five dollar campaign. contribution to elect elder dot com. Did it work. It did work on his show yesterday. And even before i came on this show he Endorsement so whatever you did work so keep it up. Good now regarding regarding some of the things that cnn said we're virtually no political experience okay. Gavin newsom was a two term governor Bayer of san francisco eight years. Lieutenant governor two years as governor and look we got rising crime rising homelessness outrageous cost of living a schools. That don't work for the first time. We have a net migration out of the state of california. He's slammed down this date while ignoring science while accusing other people of being anti science annot scrutiny. Are you kidding me. Every single day some story comes up that either idea or allegedly did but by the way did you know that there was a temporary restraining order filed against a guy named larry elder a by a woman and her mother turns out different. Larry elder different birth date Somebody who lives in the city and this is about. I'm a trump supporter mike. I haven't voted for a democrat since one thousand nine hundred seventy six. That was jimmy. Carter and i regret that. One of the call me a mitt romney supporter or george w bush supporter. Or george. Herbert walker bush supporter. Because they know that trump and california's four letter word. I was in law school. Mike you learned that the law was on your side. You count on the law. The factor on your side. You count on the facts if neither law nor the on your side you pound on the table and that is what they're doing because they cannot ascend this man
Product Manager Becomes Professional Dungeons and Dragons Host
"Devonshire like makes his living helping people battle. Monsters cast powerful spells embark on fantastical adventures and even slay the occasional dragon. He hasn't been cast as the new lead in a netflix series. He's a game master. You see deb is a huge fan of tabletop role. Playing games like dungeons and dragons. He's been playing them on an opera most of his life. And if you're not familiar with the concept. These games are a little like board games just about the board when players roll the dice. They moved the narrative forward and have to cooperate with other players to get towards the end goal. A game usually last two to three hours. With an average of four to six players games. masters like devin are one part storyteller. One part game referee. They make sure. The game moves along as chipped in his case devon got into it as a way to unwind from his busy job as a product manager. He quickly found. He had a skill for it and he wasn't the only one who noticed soon he was being asked to. Host games for other players wanted an experienced games master at the helm as his weeknights began to fill up with more and more exciting. Adventures devon began to ask himself the all important question. Would people pay for this. After nearly two years of hosting games he made his move with a budget of one hundred dollars. He made a simple website with a booking for him. He settled on prices. Have between twenty five dollars and forty five dollars per person. Depending on the demands of the game it was enough to justify his time but also keep the games accessible to players and when the site was ready to go he shared it on forums. It turned out lots of people were open to the idea of paying for a professional games master to run their games in fact demand was so high that within just a few months devon was earning two thousand dollars a month from hosting them
Q&A: Which Money App is Right for You?
"Just kidding the freelance game and need some advice. I have my first graphic design client and they're putting down ten thousand up for a project i'm doing. They told me. Let them know how they should pay me. So how should i do it so in. There are a ton of players in the financial app space. And i'm going to go through all of them in a minute. But in your case i actually wouldn't go to a payment up for a ten thousand dollar payment. I'd actually recommend that you ask for an ach transfer and before we get too deep into it. What the fuck those. Ach mean well. Ach stands for automatic clearing house. And if that doesn't help you understand the concept. While i'm not surprised. Welcome to the world of finance jerkin to get into what an ach transfer is. I want to get into what it isn't initiating. Ach transfer is not the same thing. As wiring someone. Money people often mix up wire transfers an ach transfers because they both have some top level similarities. Both our bank to bank transfers where the money goes directly from the sender's account to the recipient's account. The difference is speed and cost wire. Transfers typically cost the recipient fifteen to twenty five dollars. Ach transfers on the other hand are typically free for both the payer and the payee the one downside to ach transfers is that they take a few business days for the money to hit your account whereas wire might take hours or even minutes because these types of transfers are bank to bank. You'll need to give the person paying you both your bank routing number and your account number. So you don't want to do an ach transfer with just anyone. You wanna make sure that the person paying you is trustworthy all the better if they have a secure payment portal.
Andrew McMahon Tackles Money Problems In "Paper Rain"
"Got an email from listener will who pointed us to a song with a heavy gambling theme. It's called paper. Rain by andrew mcmahon and the lyrics. Tell the story of someone who's desperate for money and needs to win and that's never a good thing but it makes her good song and it's definitely got some heavy gambling themes and vegas teams and even lyrics specifically about craps. I'm just going to read a couple of here for example. Oh las vegas. I'm running out of time. So obviously you know. He's he's going to go to las vegas to gamble the valley floor where the neons sores like a hand to heaven. I've got work to do role in them sevens. So there you go. Yeah and towards the end of the song even got a stack on the line and a stack behind rolling like a wave on a moonlit night. Money on the four money on the eight paying down the marker because the bank won't wait there you go. He's got a line bet with odds spent on the four and the eight for some reason. It's kind of an odd combo. But maybe he's got money on other numbers as well may. He's not a don't player so that's nice. That's good it's nice. I mean better. Chance for a big role. If he needs to pay off his dad's. You're winning five dollars on the don't doesn't make sense. No he's got a marker out that he's gotta pay yeah even though towards the beginning of it it looks like he was selling some stuff to a pawnbroker to get some money. So i don't know it's i think this guy's got himself into some financial straits here. Let's just say maybe maybe not anyway again. The song is paper rain and that sort of represents money raining down on you know. That's the paper paper. Money and the artist is andrew mcmahon. I'll put a link to his video in the show notes. Okay is there. Craps in the video. Yes it's interesting because the video tells a little bit of a different story then the lyrics in this version. There's a kid who kind of over. Here's his parents talking about how they don't have a lot of money and so he gets some money and dresses up to look older than he is and goes to like an underground casino is one of the games that he plays. Yeah all right so it borders on child endangerment yes right so you know whereas the song itself is about a guy who's really gotten himself into a terrible situation and he feels that gambling is the way out of it then. The video on top of that makes it a minor was trying to solve these problems. And so i don't know that we problematic smart. Yeah it all sounds pretty iffy to
Senate Passes Democrats’ $3.5 Trillion Budget Blueprint
"They're about spend a trillion dollars in infrastructure. Spending with a bipartisan. Vote in the senate and then bernie sanders introduced three and a half trillion dollars more and the math in this adds up to donald. Trump spent two trillion. Okay two and a half. Really on related relief. That was necessary. P. p. and and other matters of absolute necessity given government order chat down once once in a lifetime. And that's a real once in a lifetime deal because the kovin obliged the government to shut down parts of the economy two point five trillion dollars last year president buying shows up and he spends one point five trillion in new spending. Cobaine related allegedly. That's four trillion now. They're spending another trillion on infrastructure. And that's not one in a light went once in a lifetime spending although they like to call it that that is stuff that should be happening on an ongoing basis just like maintenance on your house Fantastic freddie was here yesterday to fix the air conditioning in virginia at the house. And that's probably every three years freons gotta be tapped off and stuff like that. That's just ongoing. Maintenance building houses a one time expense so this trillion dollars allegedly building houses and roads for the first time but a lot of it is but that's five dollars total spent between trump and biden over eighteen months and now bernie sanders wants to spend three and a half trillion and the new york times reports this morning that With republicans who have branded the plan the sanders plant a reckless tax and spending spree all likely opposed when the to remain virtually united in both chambers of difficult prospect given the moderates have already be underage concerned about the price tag.
Turning Pairs Into Bluffs... Good or Bad?
"Talk about this jackson. Hand here you can. You can dive into the details. Sure so hand starts out with me. The cutoff opening jack off suit this bottom. Mrs like bottom of range is yeah. This is going to be like this is. This is the bottom of my tax all suit officer tax ranch for sure Not opening anything worse than this gets folded around to the big blind to believe is a rag who flats flop queen of spades five spades. Eight of clubs the big blind checks i think see strategy can go lots of different ways especially with the gutter like two overs to middle. I think betting third here is fine with your range. Think this hand can also go in like your big bet categories. Sometimes if you're playing a big bet and check strategy. I decided to check this one. I think i really want to get into details. I think like jackson with a spade. I would certainly Throw into the big bet. Category just the naked gutter. I decided to check back. I just realized yawned. While you were talking. The youtube audience just see sees me yawning. While you're talking about your betting strategy for what it's worth. I spent a whole day watching the braves play in the sun so i need a little bit of a nap. If you're watching me on youtube you can tell like i. Don't get in the son very much. It's pretty clear not that your commentary on your seabed. Strategy is boring on the flop precaution. I'll i'll let you have young. Have one young so you go check the attorneys at ten of diamonds. So you turn second pair now keep going on what happens here on the term big blind Goes with a pretty big thirty five dollars to fifty no way. I'm folding jackson. Here we have the best end if you don't have out to improve just lots and lots of for the big to pull from on this tour to tone on a very straight e board so Don't think i'm going to do anything else. But call with ten. Jack and i mean you need twenty nine percent equity to continue and there's just not a world where you don't have twenty nine percent with your hand against the range so pretty slam dunk easy mode call and now you river. The to pair. The final board is queen of spades five. Spades eight of clubs. Ten of diamonds. Jack of diamonds. So you're ever to pair and villain. Does this little ditty a little bit of an overbid here down light over but hundred twenty five percent about one forty eight and a one twenty one and now i guess. Tell me. tell me your line of thinking here that leads to this thing that you do okay so when i'm really tired so it's going to be a handle on this one. When the villain when villanova richer assuming his range is going to be just straits like nine x four value and a handful of bluffs like brick spades or you know six seven sorts of hands for his bluffs thought that maybe i could get him to fold nine next year. I just jammed given that. I know for fact that like he never has as king and i can certainly have as king Taking this line. The as kenya's for sure that i would check back on the slop and you know calling the bet on the turn once i have choo overs nut. Gutter is pretty reasonable as well. You know what. I'm jamming here like. I'm clearly like trying to like out nine some of the time. I don't know how often that happens. I'm like really praying. He doesn't have canine. That's like a big of a concern. Because i assume you just never ever full king nine. I just ripped it here with two pair trying to get them to fold everything
Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Cards Online Worry College Officials
"More and more colleges and universities are requiring proof of coalbed nineteen vaccination for students but now there's a way to cheat the system a cottage industry has sprung up across the internet selling fake covert vaccination cards to those who say they won't get a cove it shot for either personal or religious reasons there's an Instagram account that sells Kobe cards for twenty five dollars each a user on the encrypted messaging app telegram offers what they call covert vaccine card certificates for as much as two hundred dollars apiece are people buying them one reddit user set on a thread about fake cards I need one to for college I refuse to be a Guinea pig I'm ready to fall lay
How to Choose the Best Credit Card for You
"Joel talk about credit cards First of all you gotta love those credit card signing bonuses right they can be a really nice incentive to get us to open up a new credit card specifically. We've recently talked about the chase sapphire preferred man if you have not taken advantage of a of assignments. Recently that is definitely one to consider because twelve hundred and fifty dollars. That is a lot of money. That's available pretty rich. It is and we'll make sure to link to our credit cards article in our show notes for this episode But john so for you make sure that when you open a new credit card and he starts spending that you have the money to pay that credit card off not only on-time but in full time. We talk about credit cards. It's always the first thing that we wanna make sure to cover But it's also important to be strategic about how and when you open your new cards that question you might wanna ask yourself is this delta amex. Is this the best card for you. Well you know maybe like if you really love flying delta for instance if you really brand loyal this might be a card that might make sense for you but you know you might do better signing up for another card with either more flexible rewards or or maybe that richer sign up bonus like joel mentioned just because that card is shoved in front of your face doesn't mean that it's the best one for you in the same way. A lot's will get different credit card offers in the mail. We'll just because it shows up in her mailbox and we're we're looking at it. Sometimes we think well it's right here ms ms. We'll go ahead and do it. Sounds good. I get two hundred dollars signing bonus maybe snag this because they send it to me. I must be perfect for this card. This card must be perfect for me in reality not so much. Yeah not not always the case and in fact most of the time not and it's like when you're signing up for flight it's like look you can get your check bags for free if you sign up for this credit card. You're like dang that will save me forty five dollars. I guess i should do that. but in reality it's you know there's a good chances not the best credit card for
Robinhood Goes Meta, Becomes the Ultimate Meme Stock
"Robinhood taking investors on a joyride the stock surging as much as eighty one percent for triggering several trading halts early in the session. Robin had closing out the day with a gain of just fifty percent. It's now up. Eighty five percent since going public on thursday. So what's driving. The wild action shares. A robin hood. Let's kick things off with kate. Rooney's got the story kate. Tamerlane's yeah quite a turnaround for robin hood. The stock touched eighty five dollars earlier. That is well above where it last week robin hood. Stunk ended the day around. Seventy dollars per share was the second. Most traded name on the nasdaq. Today only behind. Amd and it was halted a few times for volatility today as far as trading volume it surpassed its ipo day with more than eight billion dollars worth of shares changing hands. The stock is still seen pretty thin trading so that thanks to some of those lock-up periods for certain investors mean fewer shares are available to trade. I'm told that brought a lot. More volatility today retail interest is another big factor. It is the most mentioned stock on read it. At least it was today. According to data from think with more mentions than both game stop and amc and momentum train is well. That is a factor. There's likely hedge funds looking to jump in on some of this action. Short interest though does not appear to be a factor at tends to be pretty expensive too short stock like robin hood so soon after nine peo- that is thanks to the lack of shares out there to borrow. I talked to s. three partners about this earlier. They say there is some short interest but it was really the long side. Driving robin hoods prices today.
"five dollar" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"That people will be inspired by and will fire to hugh creates many moments in time so the super bowl was won one of them and invite away if not all of them are equal so you know an influence campaign that gets three million views is definitely not the same as the super bowl. Companion has one hundred million viewers thirty seconds of glory. It's it's not the same. But the way i look at it and and shrip- proven itself is that you do it. You build it up one-step after another and i think this is what we're doing with five hundred. We're building super brand oviously. If you have limited budget you can create many many moments in time. But i actually think where we're speaking to a marketing audience. Here rights or lot of marketeers will hear this podcast is that i think actually you know if you are limited with budget in you don't have endless budget and you need to be creative and smart and and sometime noti and brave. This is where the magic is really The and this is how we want built. Five as brent. We we wanna be a brand. People will talk about an marketeers. We'll talk about because they they gonna learn from it. This is how i look at it. And i have to tell you the only way we are capable of doing it this by having such an amazing team and such a strong community because i think the main ambassadors our own communities. It's it's not even it's people like you just said how your you're big fan writes. Those ambassadors are building our brand more than anyone else. Okay one final campaign. I wanted to ask you about was you all did a partnership with the brooklyn nets. And i'm just curious about how you think about partnerships like that you talked about this influence or partnerships. Obviously someone like brooklyn nets is huge influence. Her in a totally different sort of way. Yeah so we we look at partnerships in a very very simple actually we look for those brands or entrances or partners that we feel that have the same shared values like like we have obviously when you partner with the brooklyn nets. They had amazing audience Some of them are not aware of five. This is the way for us and to use the bark shape in order to tap into their audience. But we did with the with the brooklyn nets and again. This is a campaign. I'm very proud of is that we were helping small businesses to crowd of transform. Their business we gave them a five or credits of there. Were able to use our services. We what we also did these that we are show them and told the story on the game itself which was amazing. It stopped because of the pandemic because all the nba Lee actually started stopped. But there were few businesses that we were able to empower and celebrate and present in the game itself so when we are doing partnerships can be small partnership with a small incident or relatively micro influencers the way we call them. It can be as big as brooklyn nets. We're looking for a bar. That chair shares the same values that has the relevant or that we can kind of top into the way we designed or work on on. Those campaigns is is to make sure that we are still using or delivering the same messages. We won a delivered to audiences support small businesses shape. The future of work and help to or our power. Our community of amazing freelancers. Why can tell you that as someone who is on the recipient side of that many years ago. When i was when i had a military veteran entrepreneurs conference and shout out to lebron for for helping us get off the ground and we had some five or credits and we had all sorts of stuff that we did as part of that partnership and i can say firsthand that it worked. We had a bunch of the businesses and the entrepeneurship and small businesses. That were out the conference that didn't know about five or and started using the services and we talked about it a bunch. So you know. I'll be forever forever grateful as as a newbie creating a conference at the time for the first time that that fiber was involved and it was something that i just super believe that you know. If if you're a startup entrepreneur like there's it's a no brainer. You should be using it so as someone who who is in one of those communities no back then i think it's it really is a two way street because you know finding companies that share your values that wanna be in your community helps us well so So thank you for that. So delighted to hear that as i said those are the best stories and those stories are the reason why we keep on going in and get up in the morning because at the end of the day. We're talking about people that were helping both sides. That's really amazing. Okay let's get to our final questions are lightning round here Marketing trends is brought to you by salesforce. These questions fast and easy just like marketing with salesforce you can go to salesforce dot com slash marketing to learn more about marketing on the world's number one. Crm lightning round questions galley. Are you ready number one if someone was going to try something on five or tomorrow their first first thing that they're going to do what's one the you'd recommend they get started with. I would start. are designed category. I think it's You can easily see the amazing deliveries we have and it's it's just so easy and so beautiful It's pure art. I've never been to tel aviv. But thing my wife. I know she's been to. She's been to israel. But i don't know about tel aviv. But if i were to go. What should be the the number one thing that i visit. Oh the bitch the.
"five dollar" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"Person company five or started from from those small and medium businesses. this were. This was our core audience. We came came up with a campaign this last year. Twenty and twenty twenty that was called It starts here and it was actually a following the stories of real businesses in their struggle or their battle in this year to not only survive but actually to thrive and the way they use fiber in order to a digital transform their business their business from offline to online so when we are talking or speaking to those businesses are trying to market to those businesses. The main messages are around their ongoing difficulties. Especially last year and how fiber can be a resource for them true resource for basically everything they need. So i think that that's about the small medium businesses and you'll see a lot of our marketing campaigns trying to kind of talk to their language and understand their pain points where they coming from what their motivations are and how we can actually help them in terms of the biggest businesses. I think a very very strong is what we call the future of work. I believe it's actually now the president of work. And when you think about you know when we talk about the future of work or how the work is gonna look like often denic. I'm sure you know we. We will all agree that it's not gonna look the same no already. People are going back to hybrid models in which some of them are working two days a week from the office. Some of them are working completely remotely. I think the understanding that people can work in a flexible mode that you can work remotely with your teams and can still create amazing things together. We the us off the internet. On all those technological tools we all use zoom and slack and all of those You capabilities is creating a new world and the and the president of work or the future of work. It doesn't really matter right. It's here is requiring those companies. Though steve to think differently of how they use their full-time Employees and at the same time how can expand the agile and be flexible. Wade teams that they can hire so. I think that that is kind of the core. Messaging of being flexible being john. Would your budget with your talent and capabilities to get things done. And i think a mongo something that is common to all those segments. Is this spirit of getting things done. I think one of those. I would say one of the larger companies have is speed right. They wanna have the move fast. Break things mentality where you're not this heavy culprit when things are taking time and you have millions of meetings in levels of approvals and big crecy and things like that we all. Wanna be this even your. If you're a big company all you are big organization. You wanna be fast and agile creative. I think that's common to all those stores out there. That's kind of the spirit. Fibrous wants to bring to those dreamers and doers. it is it is such an important part of your messaging because of how quickly you can get something done on fiver and it really is feel like so many people go there for a specific thing you know. Hey i wanna logo design or an explainer video or or whatever it is and then once you're there you you start poking around and you're like wow. I didn't realize they did this. Or i didn't realize i could do you know. Some data visualization or. I didn't realize that i could do a bigger project or something like that. So it seems like it's such a place that you would go to to get that sort of work done and the land expands. Sort of ideas is pretty obvious. What are some of the campaigns. The you've worked on over the past few years that that have that if you you've really loved or or have have worked really well. I think one area of focus for for us for the last year were in france complaints. And the use of influencers. If you go in search on youtube you can find really thousands of thousands of influencers that that are documenting. They way they work with with fiber which is quite quite amazing. If you think about it and a lot of it is completely organic so the weight started. This debt influencers in different categories. So let's say. I'm i'm very talented video editor and i'm promoting myself on youtube or a known photographer and doing that on you started to play with our platform. It started with you. Know people are hiring different freelancers from different price ranges different categories than documenting this process on youtube. Now what's special about. Youtube is that you're not limited to thirty second or sixty second ad which you need to kind of make sure you you tell your story in a very very condensed and short way and then on youtube you have those long formats you can document you. You can show the the the problem you can show her. You can work with the platform and how he engaged with the different freelancers Yet can can actually show the levers as well and it created a lot of traction so many people actually want to do to watch those videos and when we identified identified that we said hey so why don't we kind of amplify that with our own inferences and take it to the places where we want to take it. That has been very successful. Frost and we have evolved tremendously since. Then we created the competitions and challenges and really amazing and beautiful stuff like seventy two hours field challenged people need to create a short films in seventy two hours and we created the competition Thousands of applications and other really beautiful projects. Another thing is the project we just talked about which is our amazing super bowl. Compare towards a three hundred sixty campaign created a lot of buzz online really killed the internet or twitter specifically on the day off and many people loved it. There were so many people who who identified with the message identify with the story made them laugh it was. I thought it was hilarious. I'm safe so this is something very very proud of it. was you know. Definitely the biggest the biggest event ever had i. I'll tell you though also very proud of the campaign. we created in two weeks after the pandemic started. So we were we were about shouldn't a campaign tv It was in In la and we had everything ready. We had the contracts ready we we had a script. Everything was ready to go. And then the pandemic started and obviously you can't shoot a campaigning. Lay where there's a worldwide pandemic. You can't travel this no productions that have been done so we you know why not do the video in five or using on freelancers and tell a story about a company that should i wanted to production somewhere around on the raw raw than they couldn't travel and then they needed to do something on fiber and we actually showed the story and it was so amazing and we had few sellers that created the story and we integrated them into one. Beautiful ad was so fantastic so proud of this year. The super bowl ad was was really funny And and i love how it it jumped into some of the stuff that was happening with the four seasons in the and getting Everything going from a hijacking the headlines there you also recently launched a video that was like the making of that that ad which i haven't checked out but i want to check out because it seems like it would be a pretty cool pretty cool description of it. Yeah and i have to say As i said murray sarajevo. She's the owner and manager of of the forces until the landscaping We couldn't find a better partner. She is jazz if you take. All those values of fiber is a brand. You can find him only mercer and the way she runs her business and she she was coming to our town whole. She was talking to their employees. Everybody loved her a love story. Really that's so what an amazing opportunity knocks release is really is just such a perfect a perfect haggling for that so when you make something like that something really cool on special do you think about like how do we keep this going like. How do we keep this. Because you know she's so special and you have this really cool ad and it's this moment in history that people probably remember for a long time. Do you think about like. Hey we should. We create companion content. Should we keep this going for a long time like. How did you think about that the way i think about it. Is that the way you build a brand. You don't just do it overnight. There's no one one moment in time that will create your brand. I think when you wanna create we call it to a super brands. You wanna create a huge brand..
"five dollar" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"The search bar and the results are gonna see are probably will be relevant in two dimensions one. They will guarantee that you can have a good experience and the you will probably after working with the specific You've been choose from this listing. Even hopefully come back to the To the mark they gonna be based on the relevancy of the freelancers so whether he worked with the same industry before whether he knows exactly what you need in order to design your website according to different parameters of filters at the more filters you will use. You will probably give us more data that we can play with so- relevancy quality level of surveys proven satisfaction. All of them are going into a very sophisticated algorithm with the idea of matching. You with the perfect straight answer for your needs. That's basically it. If i wanna simplify it so recently fivers through sort of a brand refresh. Can you talk about you. Know what went into that. And what you What what you're doing in in thinking in terms of This redesign sure. So we talked a lot about the evolution of five era as a marketplace and as a brand and after ten years we decided that it's time to do a process of rebranding in order to reflect this evolution of the marketplace of the brand of our community to showcase how they versus and talented and colorful our community es and also to show the evolution of the company so from small startup who started in israel. Now we are a very very big company. Publicly traded serving millions of customers around the world. That was the essence of the rebranding Would we did this process. We wanted to reflect. Our community was the kind of very essence of whatever we do. We wanted to showcase their capabilities and and the level of talent that we have in actually when we were launched it we did a fatah shoop in new york and we like we do in every marketing campaign in every father. Should we wanted to use real community members real buyers and sellers. You can actually see them on our website. Now if you open the website you'll see them and they were really tough restrictions because of covid. We couldn't use any studio like we used to in the past so we we did is. We took their photos in their home in their own apartments studios and coffee shops which made even more authentic and real and it's beautiful. I'm really proud of that. So the whole rebranding process. I think really showed. How amazing are brandies. Guest seriously. amazing photos on there. I was i was. I was wondering about that. That's that's a pretty. That's pretty incredible as we mentioned kind of this this kind of a pollution of the brand and going through this stuff means you you end up trying bigger and bigger things at one of those things that you did. was a super bowl ad this year. Which is obviously always fun to talk about Why did you decide to To do to do a super bowl ad this year. yeah so twenty. Twenty was really landmark. Earful for for five it was fighter was preaching about the future of work and being on the forefront of this digital transformation. I wouldn't call it a trend anymore because it's much bigger than a trend. It's it's a whole movement and we were always saying that you can work with people from all over the wall. The talent is global that you can work remotely that you can create amazing project with people in different locations and then the pandemic started and we were all four students sit at home and at the same time keep the economy a going and this digital consideration was just something that was happening to so many businesses around the world and so many freelancers had to find or people had to find different ways to make money. A lot of people lost store their jobs they needed to find alternative ways to make to make a living and we were humbled to see how many people found fiber as a resource in this difficult times and we felt that that can never be a better opportunity to show or tell our story on a bigger stage than than twenty twenty. It can get bigger than the super bowl stage right if if you are a global brand than you want to tell your story to the world the superbowl bowl stages the biggest. You can get but at the same time. We didn't want to use a celebrity to be like other brand out there to tell our story we wanted to be authentic and this is why we found the forces until the landscaping to be sach a perfect match for us. We found this amazing small business owned by a family by a woman. And the way they leveraged or the us the opportunity when the opportunity knocks on this is also the name of the campaign went opportunity knocks and what can be a better opportunity than having the presidential press conference in your backyard. One day all of a sudden and they way they took this opportunity and leveraged it and use in order to grow with frost was fascinating and this is why we decided that. That story is one of the best stories to show. I think more than anything be echoes of fiber and we call the doors at us of people that are not afraid to decrease to kind of take the opportunity when it comes in every possible. Way when you're when you're putting together something like that and obviously you've gone through. You know a brand refresh and like you said. I mean the the year in two thousand twenty which was which was crazy in so many ways. really firm for people who were part of this this new economy people who are people who are on fiver who were building businesses on fiver. It did signal this this other opportunity. Which is now people are finally looking globally for talent in a way that they might not have done that specifically small businesses right like. That's part of the thing. I mean i think so. Many small companies could never look global because it just never never made sense in something like five or does that. I'm curious like how do you think about marketing to some of your segments and and what are the segments. What is what is the difference in in your in your messaging for someone. Who's you know the ten person company in in in omaha verses you know a much larger company that's one of your customers That's more of an enterprise or you know ten thousand.
"five dollar" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"The way you tap into those audiences and this is what we're trying to constantly do in the last few years. I'm curious how much of search is part of your mix because it seems like you know some of those categories like cyber security or or data are are really competitive categories But if someone is searching for a freelancer and something like that. I don't know maybe it's not how do you think about that. Yeah so search is very very important pillar in our strategy basically we have in commerce experience and we are digital native company so but basically the way we look at it is that we wanna make sure that for every single intent that exists that has to do with digital service few. Have you're searching for something that can be found on our platform. We wanna be there. We want to be there means. We wanna be there or through. Seo results and we wanna be there through paddock results and we want to be there on youtube as well. When you're gonna start for those categories for those influencers that are relevant for this category. So yes which is a very bored blur in our in our gross strategy and it doesn't end with search on google or youtube it goes into the marketplace. Because you know most of the people when they come to our marketplace that the way they search and browse on our marketplace is through the search bar just like on google and we have millions of millions of searches every single months in the search bar and the way we are using our shinned learning and data science models will try to match the intent the right content with the best sellers of this a lot of the load data a lot of signs that goes into this process of matching between our buyers and sellers. So obviously you know you want or to be top of mind whenever anyone is going to work on one of these projects. But i'd imagine that if you you probably have multiple teams within a company that might be using fiber. How do you think of this from like an account perspective. When you have company in enterprise company are whatever that that's using fiber but it's not necessarily consolidated. Yeah so it's a very good question. Five could be relevant for marketing themes rights in the company first and foremost because a lot of our digital services are relevant for marketing teams but it can also be relevant a jar when they want to create the content materials for internal branding it can be relevant to legal acumen so the because they can be part of this process but we are trying to do when we look at those companies is re trying to create the right message for any of those teams and we are trying to also create the right journey. So let's say let's say we have. Someone from the marketing team would be the first one to identify. The fiber can be a solution The way we look at this that we are trying to encourage him to invite other pe- members not necessarily from his own organic team but from other company teams to this process so five or will really be embedded or integrated into the sporkin process. So the same way. Let's take slack is an example. The way they started so they started few few people in the company. And then the only way you can really start using slack. Everything in the company will use it. You know if you if you don't use it that way it's it's inefficient right so five be the same. It's a bottom up approach. It's not the you go through sales themes that will go into To deal with the human team. I and it's not a top down approach. It's about a mopping which you start. With few employees. They realised how amazing fiber is an hama. How many benefits they can have using the platform and then they will invite more and more people to use the platform and that way we can be more integrated into their working processes and into the workforce. Here you know. it's. It's funny. Because i've been thinking about this about how especially with like distributed workforce's and things like that like the marketing team the legal team for example or the data science team. They don't even work in the same building anymore And they might not have worked in the same building to begin with but the opportunities for those folks to you know to have that water cooler conversation or to share what tool that. They're using or something like that isn't necessarily as prevalent now or maybe it's more prevalent with tools. But are you more thoughtful about how you can get. That word of mouth accelerated within accounts like do you. How do you prompt people to try to share. What they're doing with fiber in the company. You're sharing those case studies or something like that. So that so that other people within a company can Can get that access to that information. It's a very good question and it's something that we are constantly thinking. One example would be to have your to have your own freelancer list that you can share with others so you can have your favorites list of freelancers. People can add and change and added this list but this list is going to be shared among other team members. So that that's that's a great way we also use. This is very different fiber because if you think about five hours as i said it's a one click experience it's a low touch experience If you know what i mean. It's completely automated still based on community but the process itself is is very automated at five of business. We have customer success. Managers managers that work with the account. And what will they usually do. Is that once you know. An account was open than we have a team member joining or the first member. Then we're gonna have customer success Sins in webinars and different ways in which we can integrate more people from different teams to used the account though. Let's say i had an amazing Deliveries from one of my freelancers and it was. It looks great and something that i can share. It's it's something visual that you can share a document that you can share. You can share it with other others and show them how great it was. So we're trying to use those magic moments of satisfaction and delight in order to expand through the account. I've a question about about five or just generally that that. I'm sure a bunch of people are wondering how. How do you all like rank. The the results. I'm sure that there's obviously some sort of algorithm play but are those things surface. I know you all do a ton of work with identifying things that are fibers choice or things that were created in a project fiber. But but how do those. How did this search results work. Yeah so obviously you know the way. The results are presented on the listing page. I would say you know. It's based on data science models and shit learning and algorithms. But there's a lot of factors that goes into those algorithms and the way we think about it is basically what we want to create these a win win situation right. We wanna make sure that the freelancers on our platform are providing rate service are used exists their skill and talent in the best way possible. And at the sanctum are making great. I'm making good money right. Because we want them to make to optimize their revenues and their income on our platform at the same time for for the businesses for the buyers. We wanna make sure they get a great experience and that they will come back right because if they can if they going to be satisfied if it's going to be relevant so the result is going to be relevant. The freelancer will be the exact freelancer. They were looking for with the relevant experience in their own industry with the size of businesses Or the relevant service. They will come back. So how do you take all of those objectives right. And and some of them are not the same. You have different objectives. Financiers and different objectives for our businesses are buyers and put them into logarithms. We a lot of experience over the years of what creates satisfaction and a great experience. And all of those that goes into the algorithms are based on this experience that we have so basically. Let's say you're looking for someone to design your website right. A website designer You'll search through.
"five dollar" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"Wade's the access to talent. You have of us. Do we have global talent. So people in various countries various categories. And so on. I remember when i started using the product. And i feel like most of the things. We're actually five dollars at that point in time. So many things on the platform like we're just five bucks and it was this this you couldn't believe it and now it's like the the amount and the quality of the services You know you go to a category on their like illustration and there's all these different styles village rations realistic and comic and flat. And all these different things. I mean just like each different categories so unique and it seems like you know different different teams like you said could could leverage these. I'd imagine that You know almost every marketing team for for marketing audience here has probably used five or looked at it at some point in time restricted as as a quick way to to create some assets. But i think you know as a marketer one of the problems that we have is sometimes you just. You don't wanna go in house for something you just want something done quickly and it seems like five or would be a great place that you could just start to poke around in their. Find something that you like. Increase something cool. Fiber is definitely a great solution when you need something don quickly. So it's a one. Click experience you can search. You can browse. It's it's actually very similar to an ecommerce experience. You don't need to write a brief and to to be Between or to choose between different freelancers. You have a catalog. everything is very clear. You have reviews. you can see the portfolio of each freelancers. You can see the price range any confusion once so i. I think it's definitely a great solution to get things done quickly. The same time. I do want to say that five business allows me to work on a more complex long term projects which freelancers and this is exactly the essence of five business. The difference between five and five of business so for example we We've now released two new features. One of them is cold milestones smartphones. Allow you to rake on long-term complex projects in two stages which again allows you to work on things that are more complex in nature and then at the same time we we launched a feature called subscriptions that exactly like its name allows you to war. Get a subscription model with a freelancer. Let's say someone to run your digital marketing your seo marketing social media marketing usually don't work with those freelancers on a one off. Basis source subscription will allow you to work with them long longer term. This is usually the case after you had one experience with a with a freelancer. You had a good experience and now you want to continue working with them. five does have a clear strategy of what we call going off market which means being relevant to big businesses with more features that allows them to work on platform in a better way. It seems like you know that. That's a far cry from where you know. Initially were things were at for for five bucks right so you know getting getting a logo design or or savoys over work done for five dollars to where you are today. Working with enterprise companies helping people do data science in cybersecurity in some of these other things like as the cmo. How do you think about getting in front of those audiences. That's that's a very good question. Aside with the first dance The question which is how did we evolve with this from this five dollar marketplace which we did our job in the marketing team is to educate the market that fiber is not no longer relevant for those Five dollars services anymore. And i think the way we did it was definitely used multiple ways but one way was to constantly showcase the level of quality that we have we had on the platform and we did it by using just. The deliver is on the bottom so in every single marketing campaigns. We are using fiber ourselves to show to showcase the level of quality that you can find on the platform every single campaign with it If whether it's social campaign out of home if it's an hour Digital ads that we have or a video ads that we have on on youtube on our social week where using our own freelancers to produce our own marketing materials. So i think that's one way not a waste to highlight showcase. Put a spotlight on our mazing sellers. When you show the level of of talent you have on a platform you tell you actually feel the world this is. This is the kind of people that we have. This is the kind of talent that we have. We worked with influencers and really amazing. People like ron. John who's the apple logo designer. He was a seller on five or pro for a long time. So you could actually buy a logo for the same guy who designed the ethical and other collaboration with waikele shine other really top notch influencers anti talented people that showcase the the quality that we have on the platform. So i think. I think that's one way. The other way is just the amount of categories we have so when you have architecture three d. modeling design cyber-security as legal consulting pr services and so much more. You can tap into different audiences in different ways in france or can be one one way because they have their own audiences in in different categories of expertise content. Npr can be another way. But when you have such an amazing by verse and versatile story to tell in so many different categories you can be very precise in.
"five dollar" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"Who's the primary buyer of five or business so five business a star star getting mainly teams in companies. So if on five or you can buy digital services in the individual five or business allow you to work as a team so you can create projects. More work move with multiple survey freelancers on the same project and collaborate with your own team around this specific project so five business is basically a way for businesses and companies to expand their workforce. And i think especially now really really important. We all been through a very very rossier with companies needed to be agile and flexible with their workforce and working with five. Business is a great solution for that. So let's say you need a writer and you need someone to write your write articles for you in your blog. So instead of hiring a full time employee you can hire someone on on fiver work with your team to collaborate with with this freelancer. Any of you can hire philosophies in multiple services in areas like graphic designers and developers writers and so on so five of businesses really a solution for those company who needs to extend their workforce views flexible freelancers. And it's a very very good solution if you want to be agile and more flexible with with your cost structure..
"five dollar" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"Host of marketing trends and today we have special guest. Kelly how are you. I'm very well. How are you great to have you on. The show excited to chat about fiber. And your background marketing. So let's get into it. How'd you get started marketing. In the first place. I always loved psychology. I was fascinated by people's behaviors and vacations. And and i was really fascinating by better understanding why people act and behave the way they do. But at the same time. I also loved math an elliptical skills and capabilities and problem solving and i was actually lucky to to study. Both i think marketing the digital era really requires for market years to be able to use both their left and right com. I and Because you know in the digital world you need analytical skills together with combined with creativity and understanding the psychology of consumers and this is why really love marketing companies because it's the perfect place to combine the those two capabilities or those two passions. That have so. I actually didn't start at rocketing. I started from scenario management position of was the ceo of a company in the private education space. But when you're ceo you're in charge of so many things right sales operation and financing a jar but i was also or always very attractive to marketing specifically so the meetings with my san the best meetings in the day and i felt like this is. This is where i need to be. This is kind of how. I started with marketing. Woman flash forward to today your cmo five or five are is is a really fun company and exciting place to be It's one of one of my favorite companies. We were chatting before this Back in the day. I had a conference in five or one of the first companies that i reached out to be a sponsor because so many of my startup buddies. We're using it and it was this tool. That was so cool as a way that you could access talent and it was just something that was those really different and unique and so obviously your cmo tells a little bit about euro of fiber so first of all thank you. I'm really happy to hear that. You have such a great experience fiber and and basically this. This is my role. My role is to get more people to know about how amazing fiber is and and make people just use it. So if you wanna simplify it. This is what. I'm in charge of but to that type of in charge of all aspects of marketing so from grand marketing. He our community that. I'm sure we're gonna talk a lot about because it's a very very important pillar or aspect in our marketing strategy. I mean charge of growth marketing which includes performance marketing retention and conversion and all all aspects of communication with our customers we have themes across the globe. Actually we have teams in the us. In your consum- francisco. We have teams in israel until aviv in our head office and we also have found marketing teams in europe today in berlin and london. So what's the what's the size and scope of fiber right now. How many how. Many folks are on the platform. Since i started on the platform years and years and years ago a lot has changed obviously five as a public company. You can find all those details publicly. But if i i will give you. The the overall figures fiber has millions of buyers when i say buyers by the way that this is our our own terminology i mean. Businesses of various sizes can be small startups enterpreneurs. Sola preneurs and can get up to really big businesses and even large enterprise We gotta talk a bit more about five of business. I guess As we continue to talk about our strategy of going off market but five has millions of buyers on one hand and we have freelancers coming from over one hundred sixty countries today in over five hundred different categories including graphic design video in any mission riding in front station programming thick and so much more and obviously this is a publicly traded company. Now as i said everything evolved and changed since the early days since we were founded eleven years ago started as a small startup and the scale and magnitude of our community is is really really powerful and enlarged today. So let's get into fiber business..
"five dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Dot com really need help when they get to radical leftist and and you know we're going to we're going to do it but we we can't do it without the money and so every look let me tell you every time I get a five dollar twenty dollar twenty five dollar contribution I see everyone of those on my phone I see everyone of them pop into my email and I look at everyone of them and it means so much when I see a person who I know for him twenty five dollars is a lot of money it's like you know listen to Jesus in the Bible about looking at how much money when a poor widow gives a few Bucks compared to what the rich guy I guess I really appreciate it when people give their hard earned money to help and and we need it I thank you you are former chief of staff to Ted Cruz right when he first came to the Senate I was yep yeah we we were working together we're still great friends saw last night at a dinner with some my freedom caucus brother and Mike Lee and we had a great and so disclosure everybody knows this my step son work for you and work for Ted for a period of time and he's still a great friend and he's a he's doing great war is a great worker and we're actually hope we get together tomorrow but we work together a lot and yeah I actually knew you before any of that happened right that certain people now I knew you when you are working for the governor in Texas that's right unite we've known each other for a long time because freedom lovers see each other out and you when you were very good to me when I was battling cancer and got through that and and help me at all working on a book for governor Perry is a good man and just obviously stepped down from sector of energy but help thank you gonna keep doing good stuff and he's a he's a good man all right all right my brother he'd take care yourself god bless you but about your family and and but entertain W. too good luck chip Reid he's the best he really is I've known a long time we'll be right back then it's time to check the roads in that Kate on traffic center this check a traffic sponsored by press down anti freeze we've got some slowing in Iraq northbound fifteen just south of the lake Mead also a crash heading north bound just south of ninety five south down fifteen Iraq just south the Charleston crash westbound blue diamond blocking the right lane at fifteen and inclusion of lake Mead in lamb this winter keep your car running with pressed on anti freeze on the press does superior form really works immediately protecting your engine from the elements to keep your engine running better so choose pressed on today idly Palin the Kate on traffic so.
"five dollar" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Five dollar box of ammunition you gotta pay nineteen bucks for a a background check people aren't going to be too happy about that but the n._r._a. is filing a lawsuit trying to slap it injunction or stop that also jim i i've always understood that the n._r._a. is in existence to defend the second amendment to the u._s. constitution and that is their primary you could say sole purpose but they do get into these other issues regarding regarding firearms i don't really understand why they would why they would be so concerned about background checks they have an answer to that yeah the well the n._r._a. is concerned about because they they don't really get into specifics as it a fringe mate on your second amendment rights to purchase ammunition if you have a gun you should be able to purchase amunition the argument in favor of the background checks is that there are illegal guns out there there are people that have guns that aren't supposed to have guns their so called ghost guns guns that people assembled themselves who aren't supposed to have guns if you his ammunition need a background check if it comes up in the background check that you have no gun registered to you they're not gonna give you the initiative which to me doesn't sound too bad problem under style there's what i asked the question yesterday it our news conference what's wrong with that and they couldn't answer that other than it's a photo infringement on the rights of gun owners so they don't really have an answer for that weather worried about the slippery slope i guess exactly yeah they you know i it's just a snowball effect into i you do this now you do that but with the gun violence in the u._s. and no one should argue against the fact that there's gun violence in the u._s. that they'll hilly who goes out there and you can argue that people are going to bring it illegal guns anyway the bad guys always going to get a gun but at least the argument is it can cut down on those potential instances of especially mass shootings not that there's it's proven that it is effective that we're just kind of rolling into this just now but it is the slippery slope that they're worried about that once you start infringing a little bit you'll start infringing a lot all right jim reply from los angeles thanks for bringing us up to speed meantime there's a lot of infighting going on in the n._r._a. yeah one one of the high ranking executives has resigned after a allegedly trying to course wayne lapierre's or it gets a little bit sticky but the the other thing that is kind of come out of this is that the n._r._a. n._r._a. t._v. has been shut down in our atv which was actually programmed by their advertising agency and they've got problems going on with the advertising agency to but they're gonna lash was on that dana last show on on t._v. and of course that's that's where grint stitch feeling to work when he left here and then now they're both out of those jobs my understanding is the bigger problem is that the head of the n._r._a. wayne lapierre says look we are you know as i said a minute ago where in existence to defend the second amendment to the u._s. with all these conservative talk show hosts doing t._v. shows where we're broader than that yeah they're talking about all kinds of stuff that has nothing to do with the second amendment and when you get into immigration and all.
"five dollar" Discussed on The Big 98
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"five dollar" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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"five dollar" Discussed on V103
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"five dollar" Discussed on KTRH
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"five dollar" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
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"five dollar" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"five dollar" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"He tell the kid that he's getting another five dollar Bill? You you haven't yet? Jonathan what do you do with your kids? Are you bad parrot? Also, I'm not a parent. But I kind of doing this to my kids when I have because I tested it out on my little bit little cousins. I know that it works. Okay. Go ahead. I like to play video games, which I'm sure a lot of parents do too and to the kid or. He then played wanna play too. Yeah. Do you give them controller that wasn't plugged in? They think that they're playing a video game to play my game. The smart. Okay. Got it. All right. So new topic bad parenting that you do now or if you'd like to be a bad parent. Dreaming of being a bad, dad? John thanks for calling. Appreciate it. I'm gonna go that dollars. I'll read some of these texts now three one four three's the text line. This was sort of along the same lines. It's a nine hundred number. It says my son got a new job. Delivering pizzas I told him. I was going to have him deliver me a pizza. He said I'd better give him a big tip. So I went and took the cash off his dresser for his big tip. Margie said I sometimes say, oh, it's yucky. When I'm eating something that I don't wanna share with my son. We already kind of mentioned we say one way to to get them to not want a two one three says, I call my vodka lemonade, mama juice. And then when I spilled it on my daughter's homework, she told her teacher that it was mom's juice. So it got back. Okay. Nine four nine. I had a friend growing up whose dad told him that when the ice cream truck plays music. The music means they are sold out of ice cream. Yeah. We've had that before. Yeah. That's amazing. So sad..
"five dollar" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"At the five dollar above level for a month is how you get your shoutout. So thanks so much everyone does and holy smokes. Wordy at the end of another month. So nother lot awful movies going to become an shit and a QNA. So look for all that. Oh, no social this firm ever failed the bar exam. Kidding, okay? It's time for teaches GB. I think. I'm on holy moly. What an improbable three questions streak four with three three. You might be four by now. I didn't get anyone 'cause Andrew was totally wrong in his math the other week. And I don't remember anyone chirping at you for it. But that's okay. Guys, make fun of Andrew when he's wrong at math more say. All right. Just for that. Here's the question, you know, back up bottling company sent a purchase order to a wholesaler that stated ship one hundred thousand empty plastic bottles at the posted price two days after receipt of this purchase order, the wholesaler ship. The bottles and the bottle and company accepted delivery of them a week after the bottles were delivered the bottling company received the wholesalers acknowledgement form which included a provision disclaiming consequential damages after having used the wholesalers bottles in its bottling operations for two months. The bottling company discovered a defect in the bottles that caused liquids to leak from them the bottle and company recalled ten thousand of the bottles that had been filed incurring lost prophets of forty thousand dollars assuming that all appropriate defenses are timely raised will the bottle and company likely to succeed in recovering forty thousand dollars in consequential damages from the wholesaler. A no because buyers are generally not entitled to to recover consequential damages be no because the bottling companies acceptance of the goods also constituted an acceptance of the terms included in the wholesalers acknowledgement, see yes, because the disclaimer of consequential damages is unconscionable or D. Yes. Because the wholesalers acknowledgment did not alter the terms of an existing contract between the parties. Very interesting question. I don't think I don't think we've had one quite like this thought it was going to you know, go one direction kinda win another. It's interesting. So see I think the timelines important so ship ship a hundred thousand Senate purchase order ship. One hundred thousand the posted price to his after receipt of the purchase order k the the wholesaler ship them in a week after they were delivered the bottling company received the wholesalers acknowledgement form so that that seems bad the I it's like oh week later. Oh, by the way, those one hundred thousand empty plastic balls, essentially, they cause cancer or something, you know, it doesn't seem acceptable. But okay. So they used it for for two months, though, after having used the wholesalers bottles in his bottling operations for two months. Now at complicates it. 'cause like why didn't they stop sooner volun- company discovered a defect who's a tough one because like I feel like sending a week late, not exactly acceptable..