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Rleyh Software Co-Founders François Cantonnet and Vinit Jain are Now Working with Ease

Ease is constantly looking for new partners in the industry in support of growing the freelance economy.  Working with the top individuals from around the country to provide opportunities and resources. Resources that will allow you to grow your business and skills from wherever you choose. Today we announce our newest partners Relyh Software in Seattle, Washington who will now being joining in our mission.

François Cantonnet

François Cantonnet is a natural leader through technical depth, reason, and patience. Though not a Seattle native, François definitely embodies “Beast Mode”. Up and down the stack, 30K foot down to implementation details he can do it all. One of the rare and talented individuals that have no upper boundaries. An asset to any team he manages, works with or on. The best part, he does it all with professionalism, respect and a smile. Being the tech guru of Rleyh software, he loves experimenting with new hardware and technologies, bridging them together. On top of being an excellent leader François is a talented engineer who has a deep understanding of many different tech stacks and challenges. He’s not afraid of jumping from front end to backend to security and infrastructure. He is also a hardcore PC gamer, enjoying immersive RPGs and to build his custom rigs.
In a nutshell:
–   +15y of professional experience, over small startups to big companies (Microsoft)
–   Finalist in many hackathons events targeted to AWS, IoT and entrepreneurial spirit
–   Ph.D in Parallel computing and compiler optimizations
–   Expertise in video processing and augmented reality overlays
–   Professional experience in many domains such as enterprise identity, security, compilers, gaming, service, healthcare and finance industries

Vinit Jain

Vinit Jain is Seasoned Engineering and Product lead with over 12 years of experience in building teams and driving product strategy and design, for a multitude of products ranging from Adtech, Electronic Health Record system, Microsoft’s CRM platform to Bing search advertising. Vinit has an entrepreneurial spirit and has always thought about business trends while coding, testing, and having a great eye to connect the tech to business. He has a sharp attention to details which is an essence of quality work for product and tech. Vinit also has Masters in Computer Science from Syracuse University.
–   Fullstack Application Development,
–   Startups,
–   Mobile Advertisements,
–   Search,
–   CRM Business Products,
–   Software Engineering,
–   Product Management
Why did you choose to work with Ease?
“Ease is disrupting the freelancer landscape by bringing innovation, sustained quality and predictability to the entire freelance workflow. This aligns perfectly with Rleyh Software’s mission, to provide a better value proposition to freelancing and remote teams, by delivering unmatched key-in-hand solutions for each of our customers, every time – all the time.”
Francois and Vinit, we welcome you with open arms. With nothing but excitement for what the future has in store for us all.
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Learn Silicon Valley Growth-Hacking (Without Spending Money)

We have a new opening for a marketing (growth-hacking) intern who will work directly on executing Silicon Valley growth hacking strategies for an innovative startup!
Project highlights:
– Learn and work with a CMO who helps run the largest growth hacking community in Silicon Valley
– Grow the startup’s community from 0 to +5,000 in less than 3 months.
– Hack Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest for anything you want to work on in the future.
The strategies you’ll be executing:
– Beat Kickstarter by +40% .
– Led marketing campaigns for businesses in the +$65MM range
– Grew a community from 0 to over 70,000 travelers in less than a year
For the right candidate, this is comparable to the knowledge you would get from doing part of the intensive 12 week program at GrowthX for more than $15,000 . (https://gxacademy.com/programs/growthmarketing/)
We are looking for a 7-15 hour per week commitment depending on how fast you can growth-hack ?
You will be responsible for learning the strategies and executing on a weekly basis for 12 weeks.
This is a working project and your results ABSOLUTELY matter.
If you believe in the Freelancing Economy and are interested in learning how to get rockstar results on digital marketing, please send an email intro with your resume at info@itsease.com

Juan Campos CEO of NomadApp.co & Silicon Valley’s Largest Startup Growth Group is Now Working With Ease

Juan Campos CEO of NomadApp.co & Silicon Valley’s Largest Startup Growth Group Is Now Working With Ease

Juan Campos is a San Francisco-based growth hacker and CEO of travel tech startup NomadApp.co . He currently runs the largest growth hacking group in Silicon Valley along with a group of incredible entrepreneurs. He grew his travel community from 0 to over 70,000 travelers in less than a year and consults clients on how to do the same. Juan writes about entrepreneurship and getting rockstar digital marketing results for the online publication Influencive.



  • One of 20 startups (from 1,000) to join Plug and Play Tech Centers Travel & Hospitality Accelerator
  • First place at Harvard’s “Success the Only Choice” Summit
  • Second place at the Kansas City Innovation Summit

Why did you choose to work with Ease?

“Ease is lowering the barrier of entry for businesses to compete on a global level on marketing and technology. I believe that the freelance and remote workforces are growing faster than ever and Ease will meet the needs of scaling businesses with an unparalleled software and service value proposition.”

We are beyond thrilled to welcome Juan Campos to the Ease team. Working to reach people from all over the country that are ready to take on their dreams. We will continue to grow our community and welcome all of those who are in support of the gig economy.

Stay tuned for more info on the growth of Ease and new things coming to the Ease Academy


How You Can Travel for Free With Airbnb by Nathan Harris

How Can You Travel For Free With Airbnb?

There is no better feeling than packing your bags and preparing to go on your next adventure. It’s an even better feeling when you don’t have to worry about the costs associated with it. Far too many people miss out on opportunities to travel because they believe that they can’t afford it. The other issue is lacking the flexibility in their work schedule. If you aren’t locked down by your employer then you only have one of these things to worry about. Which is one of the many benefits of being a freelancer but even if you practice traditional employment you can benefit from this system.

I know that you are wondering just how can this be possible? How can someone travel for free with Airbnb and how can you make this happen for you? It’s actually not that hard and in this article I am going to teach you just how to do it. It has been proven that traveling not only broadens your perspective but is also teaches you to live in the moment, to value experiences over things, to become more easy going in unplanned situations and to be open to different ways of life. These are values that create the quality of life that I desire. By having the autonomy to live the life I deserve. While also maintaining a balance that allows me to work to better my life and not live to better my work. Something I preach constantly to people so that they focus on the true fruits of their labor and not the superficial ones. Now that’ve talked about the philosophy we can go into the system that makes this work.

Step 1: Discovery and Demand Analysis

The very first step is discovering what the demand would be for the place in which you currently reside. Yes this means you will have to rent out your home. Don’t shutter just yet as this is the key to it all. Pushing you outside of your comfort zone so that you can step into a better one. The demand will fluctuate based on your location and the volume of tourism in your area at certain times of the year.

I did this by creating a series of Google Alerts that would curate all of the content that I need to discover what events were coming up. Updating me on a weekly basis via automated emails with only the best results. You can also create an RSS feed for this if you would like by simply selecting that option instead of email.

I then use a free tool called Moz bar to analyze which keywords the top events pages are using to ensure that my google alerts are giving me the best assessment of upcoming events.

Step 2: Creating a calendar and getting your place listed

Once you have completed your analysis and have determined the best dates to book your place it’s time to get your place listed. We found that the best tool was Airbnb but there are other tools out there that can work just as well.

Creating your listing on Airbnb is very strait forward but there are some small tips I will give you.

  • Keywords: Make sure that you include keywords to the nearest and largest event coming up. Ensuring that your booking shows up when the guest search this specific topic.
  • Professional Photos: People love to see themselves in a place before they get there. Make sure that you have professional photos that tell the story of their home away from home.
  • Pricing: Airbnb will give you an idea of what you should price. I wouldn’t trust this blindly as it may or may not factor the accurate demand of the market for certain events.

Now that your place is listed you can create a calendar of events and then list your place for those weeks/weekends. Taking advantage of peak times in your area to travel to other areas of interest in off-peak times. With the right keywords and a strong listing your place will book extremely quickly. As stated this will fluctuate based on the area you reside. We are lucky with living in Scottsdale because the volume of tourism is high. We also have access to a wide array of weekend getaway destination just hours from home. Our place booked out for all of our listings within 48hrs of them being made available.

Step 3: Running The Math

This will all depend on how many dates per year you decide to book your space. We will base the math on an average booking of $200 per night.

  • Average Booking: $200 per night
  • Total bookings per year with average of 4 days. This is because most people book for extended weekend getaways. Let’s say we book for 4 trips per year which is far more than the average American. According to this article on travel habits of Americans roughly 42% didn’t take a single trip in 2014.
  • This would give you a $2,880 annual travel allowance once you subtract the 10% Airbnb fee.
  • We were able to book out roughly $6,000 worth of dates over the next year. Giving us a robust travel allowance to visit twice as many places this year. Many being weekend getaways as well as long term stays.

Depending on the destination that you wish to embark on this can cover all of it or part of it. Supplementing your travels and increases the quality of life that you live. This system is fairly simple but one that most people don’t take advantage of. I hope that this article has been helpful in providing people with an easier way to make their travel dreams come true. Now it’s time for us to book some trips so stay tuned as we will have a number of followup blogs. Covering our travels and others freelancers or people that take full advantage of the autonomy you gained by breaking away from that 9-5 “safety net”. This series will be called #lifewithease so follow us there and share your freelance lifestyle by using that hashtag as well.

If you have great content we will share your post via all of our media outlets to show just how great the life of a talented freelancer can be.

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Ease is Offering New Telecommuting Freelance Jobs

Who are we?

Telecommuting freelance jobs are what we specialize in. We are a software company that was created with an emphasis on creating business solution tools. Offering our first product which is a Freelance Management System. A cloud-based workforce solution that helps businesses manage their independent contractors and freelance workforce all in one place in addition to providing access to the top software developers, designers, copywriters, and digital strategists in the industry.

Ease is opening enrollment for new freelancers to apply to be a part of the Ease community. A community that is made up of the best remote freelancers across America. We have built a community of the best freelancers so that we can offer them the best freelance jobs out there. While actively working to educate companies across the country on the benefits of the gig economy.

Apply today if you are an experienced freelancer with the drive and discipline to manage yourself. While working from the comfort of your own home or drinking from a coconut on the beach. If this sounds like you then you should be working with Ease.

Content Marketing Manager Job Description

Ease is looking for some prolific and talented content creators to write and produce various projects and blog regularly, to expand our company’s and clients’ digital footprint, awareness, subscribers, and leads. This role requires a high level of creativity, attention to detail, and project management skills.


  • In-Depth training on the use of the Ease dashboard to manage numerous projects at a given time.
  • Create 1-2 free resources each month to drive leads, subscribers, awareness, and/or other important metrics (examples include ebooks, whitepapers, infographics, guides, etc.).
  • Blog on an ongoing basis in support of your other projects and to attract site visitors through search, social, and our email subscribers.
  • Grow our subscriber base by providing them regular, helpful content that’s in-tune with their needs.
  • Collaborate with designers, product marketing, sales, and external influencers and industry experts remotely to produce relevant content that meets the needs of both key stakeholders and our audience.
  • Convince others that your creative ideas are worth investing time and effort in. This role is at the core of the marketing team, and others will rely on your work every single day.


  • BA/BS degree or equivalent working experience with recommendations
  • Experience producing content for the web specifically, as well as channel-specific knowledge (blog, SlideShare, Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
  • Experience building audiences either online or offline.
  • Some graphic design experience for developing robust content that users will want to engage with.
  • A dual-minded approach: You’re highly creative and an excellent writer but can also be process-driven, think scale, and rely on data to make decisions.