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Drivers fume over rising gas prices

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Drivers fume over rising gas prices

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Biden starts program to provide discounted internet service

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden starts program to provide discounted internet service

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The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has jumped 15 cents over past two weeks to $4.38 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has jumped 15 cents over past two weeks to $4.38 per gallon

"Just just just just in in in in time time time time for for for for the the the the start start start start of of of of the the the the warm warm warm warm weather weather weather weather holiday holiday holiday holiday season season season season gas gas gas gas prices prices prices prices have have have have spiked spiked spiked spiked up up up up in in in in the the the the last last last last two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks as as as as people people people people are are are are making making making making plans plans plans plans for for for for their their their their Memorial Memorial Memorial Memorial Day Day Day Day getaways getaways getaways getaways at at at at the the the the end end end end of of of of the the the the month month month month they they they they might might might might be be be be factoring factoring factoring factoring in in in in the the the the higher higher higher higher cost cost cost cost of of of of gasoline gasoline gasoline gasoline the the the the average average average average price price price price of of of of regular regular regular regular grade grade grade grade as as as as accelerated accelerated accelerated accelerated fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen cents cents cents cents a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon in in in in the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks two two two two four four four four thirty thirty thirty thirty eight eight eight eight and and and and diesel diesel diesel diesel is is is is five five five five dollars dollars dollars dollars fifty fifty fifty fifty eight eight eight eight cents cents cents cents a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon since since since since fuel fuel fuel fuel industry industry industry industry analyst analyst analyst analyst trilby trilby trilby trilby Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg she she she she says says says says this this this this reflects reflects reflects reflects turbulence turbulence turbulence turbulence in in in in the the the the global global global global fuel fuel fuel fuel market market market market very very very very sensitive sensitive sensitive sensitive to to to to world world world world events events events events and and and and events events events events that that that that affect affect affect affect supply supply supply supply of of of of refined refined refined refined products products products products and and and and those those those those are are are are shooting shooting shooting shooting up up up up so so so so chances chances chances chances are are are are we we we we will will will will have have have have further further further further price price price price hikes hikes hikes hikes the the the the highest highest highest highest gas gas gas gas prices prices prices prices in in in in the the the the US US US US right right right right now now now now are are are are found found found found in in in in San San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco Francisco with with with with an an an an average average average average of of of of five five five five eighty eighty eighty eighty five five five five a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon in in in in Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma three three three three dollars dollars dollars dollars eighty eighty eighty eighty cents cents cents cents I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Wall Street drifts as earnings roll in, natural gas soars

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Wall Street drifts as earnings roll in, natural gas soars

"Gas gas gas gas prices prices prices prices are are are are still still still still high high high high but but but but they've they've they've they've been been been been coming coming coming coming down down down down a a a a year year year year ago ago ago ago gas gas gas gas was was was was two two two two eighty eighty eighty eighty seven seven seven seven a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon on on on on average average average average today today today today it's it's it's it's four four four four oh oh oh oh eight eight eight eight a a a a dollar dollar dollar dollar twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one cents cents cents cents more more more more says says says says the the the the trip trip trip trip allay allay allay allay and and and and if if if if you're you're you're you're in in in in California California California California it's it's it's it's an an an an eye eye eye eye popping popping popping popping five five five five dollars dollars dollars dollars seventy seventy seventy seventy cents cents cents cents a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon the the the the prices prices prices prices have have have have been been been been coming coming coming coming down down down down a a a a month month month month ago ago ago ago gas gas gas gas was was was was nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen cents cents cents cents a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon higher higher higher higher than than than than it it it it is is is is today today today today oil oil oil oil prices prices prices prices began began began began to to to to spike spike spike spike after after after after Russia Russia Russia Russia invaded invaded invaded invaded Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine in in in in February February February February but but but but dozens dozens dozens dozens of of of of countries countries countries countries including including including including the the the the US US US US rolled rolled rolled rolled out out out out plans plans plans plans to to to to release release release release millions millions millions millions of of of of barrels barrels barrels barrels of of of of crude crude crude crude oil oil oil oil from from from from their their their their merging merging merging merging sea sea sea sea oil oil oil oil stockpiles stockpiles stockpiles stockpiles to to to to help help help help bring bring bring bring prices prices prices prices down down down down I'm I'm I'm I'm Rita Rita Rita Rita folate folate folate folate

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US stocks waver; investors eye Musk, Twitter drama

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

US stocks waver; investors eye Musk, Twitter drama

"Gas gas gas gas prices prices prices prices are are are are high high high high but but but but still still still still falling falling falling falling gas gas gas gas is is is is four four four four dollars dollars dollars dollars seven seven seven seven cents cents cents cents a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon today today today today on on on on average average average average down down down down eight eight eight eight cents cents cents cents in in in in a a a a week week week week down down down down twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five cents cents cents cents a a a a month month month month of of of of course course course course a a a a year year year year ago ago ago ago gas gas gas gas was was was was a a a a dollar dollar dollar dollar twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one cents cents cents cents a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon cheaper cheaper cheaper cheaper but but but but Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine which which which which began began began began on on on on February February February February twenty twenty twenty twenty fourth fourth fourth fourth pushed pushed pushed pushed oil oil oil oil prices prices prices prices higher higher higher higher prices prices prices prices at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump started started started started falling falling falling falling after after after after nations nations nations nations including including including including the the the the US US US US announced announced announced announced they they they they would would would would start start start start releasing releasing releasing releasing millions millions millions millions of of of of barrels barrels barrels barrels of of of of crude crude crude crude oil oil oil oil from from from from their their their their emergency emergency emergency emergency stockpiles stockpiles stockpiles stockpiles here here here here in in in in the the the the US US US US the the the the highest highest highest highest prices prices prices prices are are are are in in in in the the the the west west west west five five five five dollars dollars dollars dollars seventy seventy seventy seventy one one one one cents cents cents cents a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon in in in in California California California California says says says says the the the the triple triple triple triple a a a a the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest prices prices prices prices in in in in parts parts parts parts of of of of the the the the south south south south and and and and the the the the Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest three three three three dollars dollars dollars dollars seventy seventy seventy seventy three three three three cents cents cents cents a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon in in in in Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin I'm I'm I'm I'm ready ready ready ready to to to to fall fall fall fall late late late late

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Ginsburg's art, fur coat, awards in auction to benefit opera

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00:52 sec | Last month

Ginsburg's art, fur coat, awards in auction to benefit opera

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Average US gas price drops 10 cents to $4.27 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Average US gas price drops 10 cents to $4.27 per gallon

"The the the the average average average average price price price price of of of of a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon of of of of regular regular regular regular gas gas gas gas dropped dropped dropped dropped ten ten ten ten cents cents cents cents over over over over the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks to to to to board board board board dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven cents cents cents cents oil oil oil oil industry industry industry industry analyst analyst analyst analyst trilby trilby trilby trilby Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg says says says says LA LA LA LA saw saw saw saw the the the the highest highest highest highest prices prices prices prices at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump five five five five dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and eighty eighty eighty eighty five five five five cents cents cents cents well well well well Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma saw saw saw saw the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest three three three three dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and fifty fifty fifty fifty two two two two cents cents cents cents per per per per gallon gallon gallon gallon Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg says says says says those those those those higher higher higher higher prices prices prices prices at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump reduce reduce reduce reduce demand demand demand demand during during during during the the the the second second second second half half half half of of of of March March March March if if if if prices prices prices prices are are are are high high high high enough enough enough enough so so so so that that that that all all all all right right right right yeah yeah yeah yeah we we we we demand demand demand demand continues continues continues continues to to to to be be be be weaker weaker weaker weaker than than than than normal normal normal normal for for for for this this this this time time time time of of of of year year year year then then then then we we we we may may may may have have have have more more more more than than than than a a a a few few few few more more more more sense sense sense sense coming coming coming coming we we we we may may may may have have have have sustained sustained sustained sustained it it it it gasoline gasoline gasoline gasoline price price price price cuts cuts cuts cuts last last last last month month month month in in in in a a a a bid bid bid bid to to to to bring bring bring bring relief relief relief relief to to to to drivers drivers drivers drivers president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden ordered ordered ordered ordered the the the the release release release release of of of of one one one one million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels of of of of oil oil oil oil per per per per day day day day from from from from the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's strategic strategic strategic strategic petroleum petroleum petroleum petroleum reserve reserve reserve reserve for for for for six six six six months months months months then then then then last last last last week week week week the the the the I. I. I. I. eighty eighty eighty eighty said said said said member member member member countries countries countries countries were were were were releasing releasing releasing releasing sixty sixty sixty sixty million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels of of of of oil oil oil oil from from from from their their their their reserves reserves reserves reserves I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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House passes $35-a-month insulin cap as Dems seek wider bill

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

House passes $35-a-month insulin cap as Dems seek wider bill

"The the house house has has passed passed a a bill bill that that would would cap cap the the monthly monthly cost cost of of insulin insulin at at thirty thirty five five dollars dollars for for patients patients with with insurance insurance health health experts experts say say the the legislation legislation to to contain contain insulin insulin costs costs would would offer offer significant significant relief relief to to those those with with private private insurance insurance and and Medicare Medicare recipients recipients potentially potentially hundreds hundreds of of dollars dollars a a month month if if the the price price of of insulin insulin was was only only thirty thirty five five dollars dollars but but the the bill bill does does nothing nothing to to help help the the uninsured uninsured even even though though the the measures measures passed passed in in the the democratic democratic controlled controlled house house its its future future in in the the Senate Senate is is uncertain uncertain critics critics say say the the bill bill would would raise raise premiums premiums and and it it feels feels to to target target pharmaceutical pharmaceutical middlemen middlemen considered considered a a factor factor in in high high pricing pricing Iowa Iowa Republican Republican senator senator Chuck Chuck Grassley Grassley says says Democrats Democrats are are just just reaching reaching for for a a campaign campaign issue issue saying saying the the GOP GOP would would agree agree to to changes changes in in prescription prescription costs costs if if the the other other side side dropped dropped its its bid bid to to allow allow Medicare Medicare to to negotiate negotiate drug drug prices prices hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Biden planning to tap oil reserve to control gas prices

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last month

Biden planning to tap oil reserve to control gas prices

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting president president Biden Biden prepares prepares to to tap tap the the nation's nation's strategic strategic petroleum petroleum reserve reserve to to cap cap energy energy prices prices with with gas gas and and energy energy prices prices spiking spiking and and his his approval approval ratings ratings going going south south president president Joe Joe Biden Biden is is preparing preparing to to order order the the release release of of up up to to one one million million barrels barrels of of oil oil per per day day from from the the nation's nation's strategic strategic petroleum petroleum reserve reserve a a person person familiar familiar with with the the decision decision who who spoke spoke on on condition condition of of anonymity anonymity said said the the duration duration of of the the release release has has not not been been finalized finalized but but it it could could last last several several months months official official announcement announcement could could come come this this afternoon afternoon when when the the White White House House says says the the president president will will deliver deliver remarks remarks on on lowering lowering gas gas prices prices for for American American families families the the cost cost of of petroleum petroleum and and gasoline gasoline climbed climbed after after Russia Russia invaded invaded Ukraine Ukraine on on Wednesday Wednesday crude crude oil oil traded traded that that nearly nearly one one hundred hundred five five dollars dollars a a barrel barrel far far in in excess excess of of the the roughly roughly sixty sixty dollars dollars a a barrel barrel trading trading price price of of a a year year ago ago according according to to the the department department of of energy energy the the strategic strategic reserve reserve held held more more than than five five hundred hundred sixty sixty eight eight million million barrels barrels of of oil oil as as of of March March twenty twenty fifth fifth Mike Mike rice rice CEO CEO Washington Washington

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House passes bill banning race-based hair discrimination

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

House passes bill banning race-based hair discrimination

"The house passes a bill to prohibit discrimination based on hair the house voted to thirty five to one eighty nine to prohibit discrimination on the basis of hair texture and hairstyles like here that's tightly coiled curled warning corn rows twist braids or afros the bill now goes to the Senate where its fate is uncertain president Biden has already said that he would sign the bill Ohio congressman Jim Jordan during floor debate was surprised this bill was a priority bills not about increasing domestic production of energy so we don't have five dollar gas the bill is not about dealing with the inflation problem the forty year high inflation problem that this country faces other Republicans who voted against the measure said protections against discrimination already exist in several federal laws I'm

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As war in Ukraine intensifies, US gasoline hits record $4.17

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

As war in Ukraine intensifies, US gasoline hits record $4.17

"Gas prices have hit a record in the U. S. said president Biden is warning of more pain to calm at the pump after he banned Russian oil imports defending freedom is going to cost the question is how much on average a gallon now costs four dollars and seventeen cents we're certain destined for a rendezvous with four fifty to four seventy five oil analyst Tom Kloza doesn't know where it will stop like an adjustable rate mortgage that's adjusting every twelve hours West Virginia senator Joe Manchin says cutting off Russia's war funding is worth the hikes that's my contribution as United States citizens then I'm willing to pay that but in a gas station outside Washington yesterday driver Vikas Grover said that's fine in theory but he also has a family budget will be willing to pay for five dollars six dollars Sager made Donnie Washington

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 Gas tops $4 per gallon average, 1st time since 2008

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Gas tops $4 per gallon average, 1st time since 2008

"Regular desktops four dollars per gallon on average across the US for the first time since two thousand and eight California had the highest average at five dollars and twenty nine cents on Sunday while Missouri had the lowest around three sixty during the first full week of Russia's invasion of Ukraine the price of regular gas rose by almost forty one cents according to the motor club triple a neither president Joe Biden nor Congress has moved to ban the import of Russian oil or place energy sanctions on the country which could have major global economic repercussions Julie Walker New York

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#BettyWhiteChallenge raising money and awareness for animals

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

#BettyWhiteChallenge raising money and awareness for animals

"Today today would would have have been been Betty Betty white's white's one one hundredth hundredth birthday birthday and and the the Betty Betty white white challenges challenges under under way way to to help help homeless homeless animals animals shortly shortly after after Betty Betty white's white's death death on on December December thirty thirty first first someone someone started started a a fundraising fundraising drive drive on on social social media media asking asking her her fans fans to to donate donate five five dollars dollars to to an an animal animal rescue rescue organization organization in in Betty Betty white's white's name name the the actress actress was was a a lifetime lifetime advocate advocate for for animals animals did did you you know know that that approximately approximately nine nine million million animals animals enter enter U. U. S. S. shelters shelters every every year year even even hosting hosting a a weekly weekly show show called called the the pets pets at at the the head head of of the the American American humane humane organization organization says says Betty Betty white white supported supported that that charity charity for for more more than than sixty sixty years years and and says says she she knows knows that that she's she's looking looking down down from from heaven heaven and and really really smiling smiling about about the the donations donations that that have have been been pouring pouring in in another another group group of of best best friends friends animal animal society society says says it's it's received received twenty twenty five five thousand thousand dollars dollars in in donations donations recently recently made made in in Betty Betty white's white's name name I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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People hate overdraft fees. Capital One is ditching them and other banks may follow

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

People hate overdraft fees. Capital One is ditching them and other banks may follow

"Bank bank of of America America is is the the latest latest to to make make a a change change to to overdraft overdraft fees fees the the nation's nation's second second largest largest bank bank plans plans to to slash slash the the amount amount it it charges charges customers customers when when they they spend spend more more money money than than they they have have in in their their accounts accounts and and will will also also eliminate eliminate its its fees fees for for bounced bounced checks checks bank bank of of America America says says starting starting in in may may overdraft overdraft fees fees will will go go from from thirty thirty five five dollars dollars to to ten ten dollars dollars it's it's the the latest latest move move by by the the nation's nation's biggest biggest banks banks to to roll roll back back the the overdraft overdraft fees fees that that often often amount amount to to hundreds hundreds of of dollars dollars a a year year for for frequent frequent overdraft overdraft users users other other banks banks like like PNC PNC and and Capital Capital One One have have already already dropped dropped overdraft overdraft fees fees entirely entirely I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Adler Adler bank bank of of America America is is the the latest latest to to make make a a change change to to overdraft overdraft fees fees the the nation's nation's second second largest largest bank bank plans plans to to slash slash the the amount amount it it charges charges customers customers when when they they spend spend more more money money than than they they have have in in their their accounts accounts and and will will also also eliminate eliminate its its fees fees for for bounced bounced checks checks bank bank of of America America says says starting starting in in may may overdraft overdraft fees fees will will go go from from thirty thirty five five dollars dollars to to ten ten dollars dollars it's it's the the latest latest move move by by the the nation's nation's biggest biggest banks banks to to roll roll back back the the overdraft overdraft fees fees that that often often amount amount to to hundreds hundreds of of dollars dollars a a year year for for frequent frequent overdraft overdraft users users other other banks banks like like PNC PNC and and Capital Capital One One have have already already dropped dropped overdraft overdraft fees fees entirely entirely I'm I'm

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Pope at 85: Gloves come off as Francis' reform hits stride

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Pope at 85: Gloves come off as Francis' reform hits stride

"As as Francis Francis celebrates celebrates his his eighty eighty fifth fifth birthday birthday the the pope pope is is ramping ramping up up church church reforms reforms the the pope pope spent spent the the first first eight eight years years of of his his papacy papacy gently gently nudging nudging Catholic Catholic hierarchs hierarchs to to embrace embrace financial financial prudence prudence and and responsible responsible governance governance but but Francis Francis has has since since made made more more definitive definitive changes changes since since his his last last birthday birthday Francis Francis ordered ordered a a ten ten percent percent pay pay cut cut for for cardinals cardinals across across the the board board he he also also slash slash salaries salaries to to a a lesser lesser degree degree for for Vatican Vatican employees employees in in a a bid bid to to rein rein in in the the Vatican's Vatican's fifty fifty seven seven billion billion dollar dollar budget budget deficit deficit to to fight fight corruption corruption he he imposed imposed a a forty forty five five dollar dollar gift gift cap cap for for holy holy see see personnel personnel and and passed passed a a law law allowing allowing cardinals cardinals and and bishops bishops to to be be criminally criminally prosecuted prosecuted by by the the Vatican's Vatican's lay lay led led tribunal tribunal auntie auntie is is set set in in motion motion an an unprecedented unprecedented two two year year project project to to make make the the church church more more attuned attuned to to the the lady lady I I Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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Biden's political standing fuels Democratic worry about 2024

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Biden's political standing fuels Democratic worry about 2024

"The Senate Majority Leader wants to get president Biden social agenda spending bill done by Christmas and sees the go she Asians within the party ahead senator Chuck Schumer says he knows his own Democratic Party is diverse runs from Bernie Sanders to Joe mansion but I tell our party as leader of the party back in unity is our strength if any one person insists that unless they get a certain provision that someone else can't be with the bill fails he says so far on all major bills Democrats have stayed unified even without Republican votes I think that we're in we're in very good shape to get fifty votes Schumer also wants to make sure provision to cap insulin at thirty five dollars a month remains in the bill his comments come days after the house passed the one point nine trillion dollar plan I'm Julie Walker

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OPEC+ keeps cautious oil production despite Biden pressure

AP News Radio

01:06 min | 7 months ago

OPEC+ keeps cautious oil production despite Biden pressure

"OPEC and other allied oil producing countries have decided against boosting production despite a global surge in prices and demand I'm Ben Thomas with the latest the White House says the global economic recovery should not be imperilled by the mismatch between the supply and demand for oil none the less OPEC members led by Saudi Arabia along with non members led by Russia are sticking with their plan for cautious monthly increases in production in an online meeting OPEC plus approved an increase in production of four hundred thousand barrels per day for December in the plan calls for adding the same amount to the market each month into the next year Saudi Arabia's energy minister says that underscores the group's commitment to market stability the National Security Council says OPEC plus seems unwilling to use its capacity and power at a critical moment of the global recovery US oil prices have eased somewhat this week after hitting their highest level since twenty fourteen oil was up trading at more than eighty one dollars a barrel after the OPEC plus decision that's down from a peak of eighty five dollars last week I'm Ben Thomas

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Ep4: Unboxing The Mystery Box Film Challenge

Scranton Talks

11:10 min | 8 months ago

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.

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"five dollars" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

06:27 min | 11 months ago

"five dollars" 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.

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"five dollars" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

09:58 min | 11 months ago

"five dollars" 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..

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"five dollars" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

07:04 min | 11 months ago

"five dollars" 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.

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"five dollars" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

09:09 min | 11 months ago

"five dollars" 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.

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"five dollars" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

06:11 min | 11 months ago

"five dollars" 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.

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"five dollars" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"five dollars" 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 dollars" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"five dollars" 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..

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"five dollars" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"five dollars" Discussed on WTOP

"Those are five dollars each it's a pop up she was inspired to open by her dad's own battle with cancer thing you think about like how I can make sure that I protect him because he kind of stays at home all day and I'm always back and forth she selling items that are becoming harder to find in some places even if they have varying levels of effectiveness she wore a mask the whole time we talked with says she's not spooked by the virus absolutely not like I feel like I just want to be prepared in northeast DC John Dorman WTOP news as president trump heads to Nashville to explore the tornado damage there we're hearing that singer Taylor swift has made a one million dollar donation to aid to the victims of the devastating tornadoes that killed at least twenty four people early Tuesday in Tennessee on Instagram swift said Nashville is my home and the fact that so many people have lost their homes and so much more in middle Tennessee is devastating to me at least forty five buildings collapsed in Nashville alone it was a key moment in local music history but nobody knew it at the time November nineteen eighty one in a then sketchy part of DC the Ontario theater and Washington DC Kathy Valentine of the go go's remembers her first DC area so when Adams Morgan at the corner of seventeenth street in Columbia road a bit earlier future nine thirty club owner said her words had both the screening of rock and roll high school and an appearance by the Ramones we were really aware that we were treading the same path says like the clash and Blondie and the Ramones the Valentine's new book is called all I ever wanted to rock and roll memoir a log in steam WTOP news.

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"five dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"five dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

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"five dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"five dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Five Bucks you get both these bottles with free shipping so you can get two bottles I shipped to you for five dollars folks we're talking about ultimate collagen and again if you want to get started with this for only five Bucks purity is gonna give you free shipping is Jason told you and all you have to do is simply pick up the phone and make that call right now here's the telephone number write it down one eight hundred five seven seven seventy seven eighty I was a little fast only slow down for you that number again one eight hundred five seven seven seventy seven eighty it is Jason just said even the five dollars is one hundred percent refundable and you get to put ultimate collagen to the ultimate test to see exactly how awesome it is see how it works for you basically put those results in action personally you get the opportunity to see it you try it for yourself and you make your decision and of course is Jason just mention you also get the free bottle of vitamin C. collagen factor I mean that's a huge bonus gift and you probably know you could use a little extra vitamin C. anyway so you won't want to miss out on this opportunity so call now ultimate collagen to the test please note this special offer is not available in stores it's not even available online it's only directly through this special radio hotline today and again just one offer per household please plus with auto ship you save money you never have to worry about missing a day of course you can cancel at any time no risk no hassle so don't miss out on this incredible chance for your ultimate collagen just five blocks and get your free bottle of vitamin C. collagen factor but call now free shipping available right now one eight hundred five seven seven seventy seven eighty that's one eight hundred five seven seven seventy seven eighty and I'm gonna give via give out.

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"five dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"five dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"Five dollars a month or you can just put it have a like an apple gift card for five dollars or ten dollars and then she's not able to spend anything more pass that okay so that's that's exactly that's one when I would do you know you might want to give that a shot all right well thank you so much and if you know what Susan if it doesn't work out do you promise and call me back okay I will thank you so much have a great day thank you Susan do appreciate you all let's see we have you ever done this for so long shade Jane in merry Esther Florida shame hello Kim where is Mary Astor Florida okay all halfway between Pensacola and destiny and although that's beautiful and we are gearing up for Dorian right now I was just going to ask you that and I think I have been listening to you about off and on for about fifteen years alright yeah on that long yeah it's over ninety six I'm an overnight success okay well you don't look like your age today well thank you I although I will tell you my mother she I think I've been blessed with that dream because I was looking at my mother on the other day and she's AT and I swear if you didn't know how old she was you'd think she was probably in her mid sixties yeah not a remote and not a wrinkle on her face and she doesn't use botox I even looked at are sick you know I've been buying all these expensive lotions and potions what are you using you know and she told me she use and Basil leave a like a big office right yeah it's amazing how some of these little just mackerel players that do the best job on exactly so what's going on well months ago remains sent me an article about a third party ball that charger hi mac where we are on a mac laptop when I read the article it is stated that leave cables are some of them can actually hack into your computer system and re direct your data and I thought oh my goodness you know I I I I wanted to verify that so I thought I would just ask you I don't have a third party cable but but if I did hello yeah you have bigger troubles to worry about right now at that hurricane towards you there there's a conference every year called def con have you ever heard of that change no I have not okay def con happens in Las Vegas and it's and if you ever have an inkling to go it's absolutely fascinating because like it's where all the hackers that demonstrate what they can DO okay so like for example a couple years ago anybody who walked into the Vegas convention center at their text messages were shown on the screen because if somebody wanted to show that you can be hacked that easily just by walking in they also unusually where the folks who said if you plug your phone into a public charging station somebody could download every piece of data and then of course security pop that so in this particular case of potential hacking comes from def con somebody was able to demonstrate by look by giving somebody will looks like an ordinary cable just a regular cable and you install that they could actually be presented with a list of options and this fake cable they can run tools on the victim's computer so that they could essentially steal anything that would be on that phone just as if they were sitting in front of it so is it a potential hack yes it is do you want to stay away from third party cables yesterday simply because not just this but because you never know what the certifications are for that cable correct you don't know what kind of lab tests they did you know if it's going to be charge too much or too little and then set the world on fire including your bedroom so can it happen yes is it.

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"five dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"five dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"five dollars" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"five dollars" Discussed on KTRH

"Twenty five dollars to the life to the license dealer and he would do the the next background check at that point tell me how many mass murders how many mass murders have been conducted by people who've purchase weapons that way there there's been none this century zero one right zero I'm glad you asked that because Democrats posture I mean all these things the pastors they're the ones who want to try to do something well the thing is what good is it if the things they propose have absolutely nothing to do with the attacks I wish somebody like Jake tapper when he's going through the nine presidential candidates on Sunday which and they all the first one that they bring up is these background checks on private transfers of guns he would have asked one of them well can you name me one shooting the century there would have made a difference and let me ask you this John Locke the vast majority guns and other purchased yeah the vast majority of guns are are purchased through licensed dealers where you have when you have a background check right and so they really haven't come up with solutions quote unquote to this I mean why why is it do you think I understand why politicians panelist up why is it do you think that so many people were told suburban women feel more comfortable when Congress gets involved and passes a law right well I think there's a reason why the Democrats in the gun control people push these laws like this background check on private transfers and I've changed my mind over time on whether doing I've come to the view that they just wanna make a costly for people have guns so take Washington DC so because a hundred twenty five dollars for me to transfer one gun to you that may not stop you or I but the people that I find who benefit the most from owning guns the people were most likely be victims of violent crime poor blacks we live in a high crime urban areas that may make a difference but just to give me an idea of how nuts he this is let's say I were to sell you for guns you would think I'm selling a mall to market should just be one background check this one guy who's getting know what they do in these different states is that each gun has a separate background check so rather than paying a hundred twenty five all right I've got one minute so we have these two mass murders now we have proposals that people should only be able to buy guns when they're over twenty one one was twenty one our when they're twenty one are over one was twenty one and one was twenty four so that would affect that right what one affected most of these things so what exactly does the background checks would affect almost none of them what express affection on and now they're actually talking they're out of the closet talking about confiscating weapons right confiscating weapons and this is where they were always had it is in the John Locke we have thirty seconds well I mean they confiscated weapons in California and Chicago and New York I mean this is already happening parts of the United States that are there that's one reason why a lot of people are concerned about them you nine but John Lott representative crime prevention research center go to crime research dot org this man is an encyclopedia is brown and he's he's wonderful to give us this time I'm sorry John I'm up against that god bless you will be right back.

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"five dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

13:58 min | 3 years ago

"five dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Like five dollars five dollars a month dollar dollar come on there is a fifty dollar one one of these guys give me a hand job if you don't like patriotic messaging the page and we could set you up with pay pal or something to we have a few people doing that don't like patriot on yeah so yeah anyways back to the podcast m i wanna talk about ansi first though still now at one of their own you're segway but dude like anti isn't new like this isn't a new thing i think anyone who's really been in a punk music knows about anti like that's where a lot of these people are a lot of people are like they listen upon music in and shit like that growing up i remember i first heard about them was from anthony flags a song about seattle was a riot about like the w a what is it the the world trade or yeah even wtmj summoner something like that and there were protests up there and like they just like fucking burn everything down like had a huge okay so like what albums that also think it was off i i was just looking at me like what albums that from so i just looked up and i think it was last year from the compilation of a lip fat die young there i think it was expressed that i could be wrong the last the last day if i got my i think i got was like a it was the one after die for the government oh wow see like mobilize and shit like that but that's my favorite one yeah yeah like a spin out maybe i should do like chick a some more stuff you know i i have seen them live san jose our show yeah i thought a you know singer is kind of knowing yeah yeah so just insane that's his name yeah i think when i saw like cigarettes to not be legal oh yeah yeah he's like totally agree again anti you know what he wants all 'cause sound very anarchist you know now they just came out they just had a an instagram a photo of them all wearing orange the protest gun violence is it's kind of a funny story when i was like seventeen 'em i let my buddy borrowing my anti flag recor in he actually is the government anti a put a scratching it by accident so ticked off and then a so he went to the antifa like show at the the loft in baltimore and then he bought me a replacement and then a i i remember the wreckage was like eight or nine dollars something which at that time it was inexpensive amount for a band charging for rickard at a show wow so you know he was buying it in the journalists working the merge table and said the drummer told him you know the the prices like nine dollars or something and then a and my friend was like a church tax with that and then apparently the merge guy like i've ever heard it was like like a jerk crack out laughing and then the drummer's looked at him like just giving the mean mug wow this is this is something like even like the band strike anywhere their logo is the three a like arrows pointing down 'em that's their logo so the anti fa logo 'em everybody a critical ban who is a strike anywhere that's the rent and so like i'd known about these guys for a long time and everyone's like starting act like this is a new phenomenon and i think one thing it'd be clear like anti like they're just a bunch of bitches like they're like they're just losers and i can't even go into how much like i despise buys them but i think it's a same time though i'm not one of these boomers they're saying we need a band face mask in wearing masks in public and we lock them up and call him a terrorist organization and i'm like i'm not when i'm not for.

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"five dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"five dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"five dollars" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"five dollars" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"five dollars" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"five dollars" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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