Whether it be traveling, making music, or writing, everyone has a passion for something that they love. So why not share that passion with the rest of the world? Freelance Frontier is unlike any other content sharing site out there. Most websites allow you to share your content for their own profit. At Freelance Frontier we believe that the users are the ones doing the work and therefore deserve a share of the profit. Getting started is easy and free. We hope to see your content soon!
Build your online portfolio. Share your posts, resume, education and more to stand out. Integrate external media such as Facebook and LinkedIn to showcase even more about yourself.
Users can enjoy a wide variety of free services such as audience geolocation, published work reports, in-app messaging and more. Stay in the loop with other freelancers like yourself.
Getting started is easy and free. Instantly begin uploading your work and track how it performs against a variety of metrics. Easy to use tools allow you to quickly extract the information you want.
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Earn a percentage of the organization's revenue share based on metrics such as your post like count, comment count and more. We will keep all users notified of when the organization will be able to make payments. One-third of the organization's revenue will always be allocated for our freelancers. We will always be investing in ways to grow the organization and provide more free services to our great community.
Publish content or analyze your audience on the go with our responsive UI. Connect with like minded entrepreneurs from across the globe. Keep a lookout for the mobile app. For more info, get in touch with us today.
by Ryan Emerson | 2016-01-22
My extended family and I have an annual tradition of taking a trip to the movies every December 26th. This year’s selection was rife with blockbusters, from Alejandro González Iñárritu’s The Revenant to JJ Abrams highly anticipated newest addition to the Star Wars series. Simply by watching the trailer, I found myself enamored with The Revenant. The stupendously mesmerizing cinematography was enough to draw my attention, not to mention the rave reviews I have heard of Leonardo DiCaprio’s performance in the film. Star Wars, on the other hand, did not entice me immediately. I have only seen the original, and to be honest, I still don’t get what all the hype is about. However, this is a topic for another day.
After much debate, we decided on Adam McKay’s The Big Short. Some of my family members were reluctant to see the film at first, given its supposedly mundane subject matter. The film is an account of the 2008 financial crises, which was initially spurred by the collapse of the U.S. housing market. I could understand their hesitation. Taken at face value, the film does not appear to be of the light holiday fare that we are used to seeing. However, I was sure that McKay (frequent collaborator with Will Ferrell and best known for the Anchorman films) would deliver something zany and entertaining. He did just that.
The film stars Steve Carrell, Ryan Gosling and Christian Bale as innovative and savvy investors who predict the housing bubble. Once the bubble is identified, they essentially invest against the housing market, a tactic that would have appeared insane at the time. Obviously, this peculiar strategy paid off in the end, as they cleaned up when the housing market started going sour. This is not depicted as a victory in the film, but as a bittersweet ending to an unfortunate series of events that left millions despondent. The manner in which McKay acquaints his viewers to complicated financial terms and concepts is supremely appealing. Using celebrities like actress/singer Selena Gomez and chef Anthony Bourdain, he breaks the fourth wall. This is done so in a matter-of-fact, no nonsense manner. Ryan Gosling, the film’s de facto narrator, introduces each individual in a nonchalant manner. This strategy was particularly effective. Watch Margot Robbie in a bubble bath and learn something? Sounds fine to me.
This film captivated me so greatly, that seeing it inspired me to read up on the financial crises on my own time. I have dedicated the last few weeks of my seemingly never-ending winter break researching the history of the housing market, the big Wall Street banks and the Federal Reserve.
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