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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 . (
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

Freelance vs Full Time: What is Best for You?

A lot has changed in the workforce over the past decade and now employers as well as workers are asking themselves the same question. Why should I seek freelance vs full time employment?

Until recently the traditional career path encouraged you to learn a specific skill through higher education, trade school or an apprenticeship, and then go out to find a job. You would look for a single company that offered the best long-term packages to meet your needs. Believing that if you just put the time in that you would be able to create a stable life. Then you would retire from that company. This idea began to fade as job security decreased, pensions became virtually non-existent, the average employee tenure dropped to under five years, and this number is even less for millennials at under three years. Leading employees and employers to finding more ways to have control over their destiny.

The long-term path still appeals to many people across America. However, the overall landscape of work available has grown immensely. This is because the economy has begun to shift more rapidly, technology is advancing, and working in a set physical space has become less needed and desirable. The possibilities have become almost limitless and have pushed people like you to want to work to better your life. Instead of living everyday to better your work. As an employee you are now focusing on living a fruitful life that also offers a level of work-life balance. As an employer you are looking to offer this balance and to obtain a greater level of flexibility in your budget.

Programmers, developers and digital marketers are the most suited for variability between freelance, contract and full-time employment. This is because their work can be done from remote locations and those that are highly skilled are in great demand.



Becoming a freelancer is almost synonymous with starting a business or becoming an entrepreneur. It requires you to not only have a certain set of skills, but you also must learn to grow your brand and business. You become the marketer, sales, accountant and the project manager in the beginning. Yes platforms like Ease help to solve a lot of these challenges but like any setting, some will do better than others. This is why we created resources like the Ease Academy. We will work to prepare you to take this leap so that you know exactly what you are getting into. Being a freelancer is hard but if you’re ready for it the rewards can be great. You can also receive and abundance of benefits by working with companies such as the Freelancers Union. An organization that brings freelancers together to share in group benefits plans and much more.


As an employer you have a wide array of benefits as well when it comes to utilizing freelancers. You don’t have to pay for many of the overhead costs that traditional employees would need. Things such as office space, health care, training or equipment. Allowing you to act as an agile shop with the visibility, variability and velocity you need to scale up or down within a matter of hours. Having access to highly qualified people working on the things you need to get done now. Traditional hiring consumes an abundance of resources and time. Sometimes taking weeks or months for human resources just to get the information and resources they need. Then even longer to be able to source and train their new team member.

A recent article by Forbes showed the following for the freelance economy in 2017:

  1. Continued growth of the freelance economy.
  2. The corporate world embracing freelance management technology.
  3. The convergence of Freelance Management Systems (FMS) and Vendor Management Systems (VMS).
  4. Corporations engaging more independent contractors.
  5. The rise of the data-driven workforce.

Take advantage of freelance vs full time employment and gain access to highly screened on demand talent ready to help you grow your business.

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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.
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Startup Hiring Made Easy: 7 Things to Know Before You Interview


The idea of working for a startup can be a very exciting for many people. Having the chance to get in at the ground level and make your mark on the company. The catch is that startups are different from multi-national companies (MNCs). A successful startup will focus on decentralizing power and giving you a chance to explore. You gain a greater level of responsibility and authority which results in a lot more freedom to work. This leads to more responsibility and authority which can give you a lot of freedom to work. You will not be able to find this in most MNCs at an early stage in your career because these roles are given to tenured employees.


There are many essential differences in the hiring policy of startups than that of large corporations. We will walk you through seven essentials attributes that startups are looking for.


Founding a startup doesn’t go well if you have a risk averse attitude. Founders of startups are very passionate about their dreams and are willing to take risks to build their dreams. Most founders at an early stage will personally interview their employees. They are looking for people that are willing to step outside of their comfort zone and where you achieved success by doing this in your past. They will be looking for actions and not words so don’t just tell them what they want to hear. Show them actions and the results of those actions.


When you join an early stage startup you are doing more than just taking a job. It’s almost like joining a family with limited resources. With everyone working together to support each other to keep the company moving forward. Expect to wear multiple hats and add value wherever you can. Multifaceted individuals with experience will have an edge when applying to work with an early stage startup.


Working at a start up is a very high energy and chaotic experience. You must maintain a level of ambiguity and still deliver meaningful, high impact work. Having the ability to sustain ambiguity will play a major role in your success. There will be many times where the decisions that your employer are making don’t make sense to you. Startups are looking for someone who can add value to their ideas versus contesting them.


While working in this chaos you will encounter many barriers. Interviewers are going to look for someone who is willing to push through these barriers. Not feeling defeated but instead getting excited about taking on new challenges.


The word innovation and startup are synonyms within the startup world. The mindset of pushing the world, an industry and the status quo to new limits that have never been achieved before. They are looking for people who also adopt these principles. Willing and able to scale with the company by innovating within their departments.


Startups have a considerably steeper learning curve than that of established organizations. New opportunities are presented each day and thus presenting new challenges. Individuals applying for a start up must have a greater willingness to learn, innovate and deliver. There will be many bumps in the road but the return on investment is great, both intellectually and fiscally if with the right company.


Your success in a startup is indicative of your ability to align with the company vision and the problem being solved. You must identify with the problem and truly believe that solving it for your consumer is the key that will drive you beyond any salary or promotion. You must have a shared belief and it is in both of your best interest to get into an agreement only if the organization’s vision aligns with the individual’s personal beliefs.