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Markethive: Bringing Universal Income For Entrepreneurs

Markethive: Bringing Universal Income For Entrepreneurs

 

The Marketive path and journey is what I believe in and support, and as such has become my driving force pertaining to everything I do at this point in time. It is a mission I support 100% that's based upon a lifelong vision of CEO and Founder, Thomas Prendergast … having been in beta testing now for the past 4 years, Markethive is now on the verge of rising up, with their primary mission being to build a UNIVERSAL INCOME which will support the efforts of entrepreneurs in building their business(es) and their dreams.

Markethive's Rising Up is Part of the New Revolution.
Our company's foundation is built upon 27 years of proven technology, merging with the blockchain. This will result in a fleet of money machines driving the basic platforms, creating a collaborative entrepreneurial ecosystem and community wherein the members and subscribers will have the ability to achieve substantial, sustainable, livable incomes, not just in the short term, but for generations to come. 

Because that is what Markethive is, a true revolution for those among the rank and file, those who aspire to create and be a part of something bigger than they are, mothers and fathers and even families who struggle to turn their dreams into realities.

We are not launching an ICO, but we could. You are invited to come to our weekend webinars to find out exactly what we are doing. As of now, we currently have a total of 4 webinars scheduled: 2 on Saturdays, and 2 on Sundays, all addressing different subjects. I highly encourage you to attend, because what we are about to launch could truly contribute to you becoming very wealthy.

We are Markethive, and we will be making huge waves in the not-too-distant future.


#1 Webinar:
Saturday: 
9am Pacific, 10am Mountain, 11am Central, noon Eastern, 1pm Atlantic

Description: BUILD MASSIVE MARKETING REACH
Join the CEO, Thomas Prendergast and Steven Cavan, Reach Engineer
An important workshop as we build out a reach into the millions worldwide.
Watch, listen, learn and ask in a real live production environment. 

https://www.ivocalize.net/#room/CryptoHive


We will also be revealing the details of our upcoming Airdrop and how that can accelerate your business and literally create a fortune for you, plus how this all ties into Markethive bringing “Universal Income” to entrepreneurs. You will be fascinated as to how hemp power plays into Markethive building a huge flotilla of internationally sovereign "money machines" (hives), along with how all this will drive Markethive into the top ten Crypto Currencies and the number one "Social" Market Network in the world … these may sound like somewhat impossible dreams, but we have in place what's needed to achieve these goals, and besides — there is nothing wrong with dreaming BIG and aiming as high as is possible.



#2 Webinar:
Saturday:
5pm Pacific, 6pm Mountain, 7pm Central, 8pm Eastern, 9pm Atlantic

Description: CATCHING ASSOCIATES — "ENTREPRENEUR UPGRADE" REPORT
Join the CEO, Thomas Prendergast to learn how to guarantee associate signups via your Profile Page and using the Markethive Capture Page System.
https://www.ivocalize.net/#room/CryptoHive


#3 Webinar:
Sunday:
8am Pacific, 9am Mountain, 10am Central, 11am Eastern, noon Atlantic

Description: THE NEW MARKETHIVE ECONOMY — MILLIONAIRES WILL BE MADE
Join the Markethive CEO and Crypto Expert, Thomas Prendergast.
Free Bitcoin, join the revolution.

https://www.ivocalize.net/#room/CryptoHive


#4 Webinar:
Sunday:
3pm Pacific, 4pm Mountain, 5pm Central, 6pm Eastern, 7pm Atlantic

Description: MARKETHIVE LAUNCH UPDATES
Description: Join the CEO of Markethive, Thomas Prendergast, to discuss the current 
projects, projections and the coming revolution of the Hive.

https://www.ivocalize.net/#room/CryptoHive


Our new engineering organization with over 200 engineers is run by David Hickman, a long-time friend of one of our Markethive Founders, Douglas Yates, and this single factor is the tipping point for Markethive’s rise to prominence in the market. We have already addressed and updated many aspects of Markethive already, and as we speak, all the unfinished projects in Development are being completed and made ready to upgrade into Production. Buckle up brothers and sisters, because Markethive is about to take over the world, and predicted to truly be history in the making. I know, I am a big thinker and dreamer, always have been, always will be … but I can say with certainty that this is truly a mission and an ordained vision whose time is NOW, having personally known Thomas Prendergast and witnessing the progression and evolution that has taken place over the past 25+ years.



Thomas Prendergast, CEO and Douglas Yates, CTO will also be revealing, discussing and displaying progress on many important projects, such as our Markethive.io site and White Paper’s headway as it is being completed, our plans and projections, why we choose to fund via an ILP instead of an ICO, as well as our Infographics, videos and other presentation materials and resources focused upon the entire workings of Markethive, current systems, proposed as well as in-development systems. This is going to be a big event you should not want to miss.


See you there, and if you wish to get a FREE hands-on, no cost sneak peek, and no obligation "test drive" of the Markethive platform, you can register here and see it all from the inside. See for yourself what all the "buzz" is about:

http://marketive.tv

Also, find out just how you can participate in the upcoming Airdrop and get FREE coins, and take part in our Universal Income project, where we pay generous financial incentives, bonuses and matching bonuses to those helping us to spread the news about Markethive, far and wide. Plus, as if that isn't enough, we pay people to "engage" within the system itself, literally paying participants to earn while they learn from some of the best mentors and coaches around. The education alone that is being offered is priceless, which will teach anyone determined to learn how to be an expert online marketer, with the ability to grow any type of business. Add to that the financial rewards we give to those who take advantage of the training and guidance, and it just doesn't get any better than this.

I do, however, suggest you stay closely tuned in for all the latest, as there is so much more on the horizon that is yet to be revealed. 

TP

The Search For A Social Conscience Not Facebook

The search for a replacement for Facebook

Markethive enters the race

Dave Fanger, CEO, and founder, Swell Investing, back in April 2018 says “Facebook shares are not as 'socially responsible' as many investors thought…A company that enabled the manipulation of data from up to 87 million people couldn't possibly be considered responsible, could it?”

Jessica Guynn of USA TODAY in her article titled, Facebook is making a big change to your news feed, stated, “ Facebook is radically altering the formula that determines what bubbles to the top of people's news feed…”

Elon Musk deletes own and his company’s Facebook pages along with; Will Farrell, Cher, Jim Carrey,  director/actor Farhan Akhtar, Steve Wozniak, Susan Sarandon, Rosie O’Donald and about  219M other Facebook usersThe #DELETEFACEBOOK hashtag is trending all over the world. 

Angel investor Jason Calacanis of the Launch Fund states, “Facebook is a destructive force in our society.”

From Social Network To Market Network


Markethive The Dream Machine

Reid Hoffman (founder LinkedIn), statesEveryone is now an entrepreneur, whether they recognize it or not.

The rise of the entrepreneur and the fall of destructive forces in our social platforms is here now.  Markethive is creating a “Universal Income” for entrepreneurs. Using our state-of-the-art integrated inbound marketing platform, social network, artificial intelligence, business services, ewallet, coin exchange, mining datacenter, incubator and blockchain income platforms for success in the cryptopreneurial and entrepreneurial markets.

Markethive is the next generation Market Network Market networks bring a career's worth of professional connections online and make them more useful. For years, social networks like LinkedIn and Facebook have helped build long-term relationships. However, until market networks, they hadn't been used for commerce and transactions.

Referrals and valued content flow freely.  All community and social platforms on the internet have had their era, from AOL to MySpace, and typically they’re not shut down by the government — they’re quickly replaced by better platforms.

Market Networks are coming

Techcrunch: From Social Networks To Market Networks

Forbes: Moving From Mass Production Supply Chains To Market Networks

Quora: What are examples of market networks?

Markethive is the key to having the SaaS and the Marketplace be addictive to each other and software that increases the efficiency of the work in the marketplace Markethive.  You will prefer working with our tools vs working with other tools.  Markethive benefits both the buyers and sellers on the platform.

Markethive: The Replacement For Facebook (and LinkedIn too)

This better platform is here now, it's not just an idea, its here, living, open for business.  Thomas Prendergast said, “After 27 years in development and 4 years in beta testing, the dream machine, called Markethive is here now and here to stay”.

Utilizing the New Revolution of the Blockchain, Markethive's AI and innovation brings financial liquidity to the concept of the Universal Income and totally delivers the entire package of three pillars of Viability (Community, Technology, and Liquidity)

Markethive exceeds the Viability 3 pillars model in qualifications.


Jason Calacanis. is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, podcaster and writer and has put out a challenge; for purpose-driven teams that want to build a billion-user social network to replace Facebook.  A new social network would:

  1. Respect and protect consumer’s privacy
  2. Respect and protect our democracy from bad actors
  3. Respect and protect the truth, by stopping the spread of misinformation
  4. Not try and manipulate people by making them addicted to the service
  5. Protect freedom of speech, while curbing abuse (not easy!)

Let it be known Mr. Calacanis, that team has been assembled by Thomas Prendergast, CEO of Markethive and that social network is here now. 
Those 5 points and MANY MORE.. are available today within Markethive.

Markethive is the new social market network based upon blockchain technology.
Markethive's cutting-edge robotics will also be responsible for delivering Universal Income to entrepreneurs.
Markethive qualifies as 10x better and more advanced than the closest competitors, LinkedIn and (#notfacebook).
Markethivre enjoys a 100% viability rating.
Markethive is a disruption, a category changer!
Markethive is open for business: http://markethive.com 

 

Douglas Yates
CTO
Founding Partner
Markethive.com

TP

The Hive is the New Network

The Hive is the New Network

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram all started life as revolutionary networks that brought existing real-world relationships online. Today, they are aging utilities, powering an outdated version of the social internet.

 As social networks like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram grow larger, they skew disproportionately toward supernodes—celebrity, meme and business accounts. An estimated 8% of of all accounts are fake spam bots. The average Instagram user posts 2.69 times a day, while the average user with over a million followers posts 8.58 times. 80 million photos are posted a day, but the average engagement rate per post is 1.1%. On Instagram, 50% of posts are generated by less than 3% of accounts. Facebook is a bit more stable because it has a cap on the number of friends you can have. Still, original sharing like posting photos to your Facebook feed or updating your status is decreasing 21% year over year.

Today it’s no longer enough to “connect the world.”

If you want to survive, don’t just build a network. You have to build a hive, and eventually a hivemind.

The Existential Crisis of the Network

Even though some social networks have grown to include billions of people, the ramp up in communication hasn’t increased proportionally. Even as you add friends or follow users, you can only talk to so many. Facebook users with over 500 friends only actively communicate with between 10 to 20 people. Similarly, Twitter users who have follower counts of over 1,000 share strong ties with fewer than 50 of their followers.

 Myspace’s rapid user growth precipitated an equally rapid decline. It’s a cautionary lesson that growth in the network doesn’t equate to growth in business value. Networks can’t just be neutral. They have to be instrumental.

 A network connects different people and gives them many points of contact for communication and transaction. A network is a neutral description of how connections between composite parts form a system. As networks mature, we’re starting to see something completely new emerge.

 When it comes to car travel,

Google Maps gives us the distance between point A and point B, but Uber moves us from A to B faster.

When it comes to socializing,

Facebook gives us a way to connect, but Messenger helps us to communicate.

When it comes to shopping,

eBay allows us to buy anything online, but Amazon Prime gives us what we want when we want it.

The value of being connected isn’t in being networked. It’s having an opinion and taking action toward an outcome.

The Hive

A single honeybee weighs around 1/10th of a gram. Add up all the honeybees in a hive, and you get around five to eight pounds worth of honeybees — but you don’t get a hive. The beehive is an 80-pound mass that includes every individual bee, but is much more.
 
The hive is a smarter, evolved network that is bigger than the sum of its parts. The hive:

  • Increases the frequency of interactions between nodes and creates more touch-points within the hive. It’s how the hive learns and makes informed decisions in response to a changing external environment.
  • Decreases friction between nodes and creates a higher level of synchronicity between members of the hive. This produces stronger ties between individual members and allows the hive to act collectively.

Because of the increased frequency of interactions, a hive behaves more intelligently, and because of the decreased friction between nodes, a hive can do more than transfer data. It responds and evolves based on that data. The hive isn’t just more networked. It’s more densely populated with organic, living components.

Though not obvious, the hive is becoming central to the way we think, behave and interact. The best way to understand emergent human hives is to observe how hives operate in nature.

Increasing Frequency of Interactions: Ant Colonies Move as Liquids and Solids

An ant colony is so in sync that a mass of them can stick together to form solids or melt into fluids as a single body. By simply holding onto each other or letting go, the viscosity of a cluster of ants changes. They’re able to do so because of the high frequency of interaction between ants in a colony.

For ants, communication is survival. If you apply pressure to a ball of ants, the ants nearest to the top will begin to act as though they are dead, increasing the fluidity of the writhing mass of ants. The harder the ants are pressed, the more fluid they become to absorb the pressure. The more ants there are linked together, the more pressure they can collectively withstand.

What allows ants to adapt so quickly isn’t the content of a transmitted message, but the way one ant presses against another triggers a chain reaction through the entire cluster. It’s how ant clusters can form rafts to avoid drowning and build bridges out of their bodies to cross gaps.

The fluidity of ants allows them to thrive in almost any environment. They’ve colonized every continent except Antarctica, making up 15–25% of terrestrial animals on Earth.

Consumerization of the Enterprise: Mass Alignment in the Workplace

Tools like Google Apps for Work, Slack and Github are making us more like ant clusters. They increase the frequency of interaction within an organization. People can communicate and switch tasks faster, make smarter decisions based on data and use smarter tools that talk to one another.

Rather than being individuals sitting alone in cubicles, we’re like a cluster of ants crawling and moving around and on top of each other with shared tools that everyone can access.

The image above on the left shows how email communication patterns follow organizational hierarchies at an HP research lab. The image on the right shows the pattern of developers collaborating over chat. With a network model like email, you have to jump from one person to the next to get the information you need. In a hive, real-time communication occurs seamlessly between people. 
 
The high frequency of interaction gets everyone on the same page and working in sync:

  • People to people interactions: With the hive, a higher frequency of interactions means that work can be assigned on an ad-hoc basis with a tool for real-time chat like Slack. People can switch jobs more rapidly based on what the hive needs. One study shows that the top 20% of developers were also the ones that chatted the most frequently.
  • People to data interactions: What was specialized knowledge accessible via technical interfaces is now common knowledge exposed through conversational interfaces. Think Lookerbot for analytics and internal company data.
  • Data to data interactions: The workplace hive gives us insight where we once only got reports. Tools that everyone in the company uses creates massive amounts of data, which helps people use tools more efficiently. This workflow data used to be valuable only as a system of record. Today, it produces actual business intelligence.

The net result is a vastly smarter organization aligned around shared goals. With more interaction between workers and tools, a business can transform from solid to fluid depending on the needs of the hive.

Decreasing Communication Friction: Bee Swarms Operate like Neural Nets

A swarm of bees on the move resembles the movement of neurons in the human brain. That’s how they’re able to colonize new nesting sites within hours of leaving their old one. 
 
This doesn’t happen through a centralized intelligence where the queen bee shouts down orders. Instead, it’s through the low-level communication of scout bees that reduces friction for the entire hive and allows for rapid and collective decision-making.
 
A hive has around three days to find a new nest site before it dies. Finding the right home means exploring possible sites in a one-mile radius of the queen. The queen can’t go out and look at sites on her own, and doesn’t have the bandwidth to process every possible location that the scouts find and make a good decision quickly.

Instead, scout bees — who represent 3% of the entire hive — are responsible for choosing the new hive. When it’s time for the hive to move, around 50 scouts are sent out to look for a promising home. When a scout finds one she likes, she does a “waggle dance” to signal the location to the other scouts. Scouts check out a variety of sites and dance around the one they think will help the hive survive.
 
 As soon as 30 or so scouts gather around a new nest site, the rest of the hive is already lifting off into the air. 
 
The decision-making process of bees reduces friction for how a massive collection of individual parts can evaluate a variety of inputs quickly and intelligently. Ultimately, 30 bees decide the fate for 10,000.

Mobile Messaging: The Formation of WeChat’s Hive

While networks like Instagram and Twitter are beginning to wear thin, messaging apps like WeChat are frenetic hives of activity that build economic empowerment. Like honeybee scouts, messaging apps decrease the friction of centralized nodes in the 1:1 communication between individual nodes and allow for emergent behaviors.

WeChat began five years ago as a messaging service. Today, you can use it to pre-order dumplings from a street-vendor, call a taxi, read the news, and even buy a house.

With WeChat, we see the evolution of a consumer product through the three stages of want, need and utility to the hive. At each stage, WeChat focuses on reducing friction by providing infrastructure for users. On WeChat, all it takes is a critical mass of people adopting new behavior to turn it into a utility that benefits the whole hive.

  • Want — 2011: When WeChat launched, it let you send messages, voice clips, photos and that’s about it. Over the next year, as China moved from 2G to 3G, WeChat gave users the ability to make voice and video calls. It automatically compressed videos people uploaded to save cellular data. People wanted to use WeChat because it allowed you to easily — and cheaply — talk to other people.
  • Need — 2012: WeChat users in China were often reluctant to download standalone apps because of high data costs. The launch of “official accounts,” or chatbots, emerged within these constraints. People could read the news or check bank statements via text message to an official account. Their needs were met entirely within WeChat’s platform.
  • Utility — 2013: The addition of mobile payments and WeChat Wallet provided a new layer of utility for users and drove the wide scale adoption of commercial behavior onto the platform. One group of Chinese students built a fruit delivery business on WeChat because other fruit stands on campus were expensive, poor quality and inconvenient. In an interview, one student points out that “WeChat is a bit more agile [than Taobao]. A small entity can still have its own brand.”

As WeChat grows, new utilities emerge on the platform. Each increases the time users spend on WeChat’s platform thus reducing friction between users. The latest progression of this is the launch of Applets, which will allow developers to build full HTML5 apps on top of WeChat. 
 
What drove WeChat’s growth wasn’t the launch of any one feature. It was the individual fruit vendors, taxi cabs, and mom-and-pop shops that WeChat made life easier for. In the long run, this might be the winning strategy.
 
In 2015, 12,000 new companies were born on platforms like WeChat every day. The hive isn’t created from access to new functionality. It’s how new functionality creates new economic opportunity.

The Transformation of the Network to the Hive

The increase in the frequency of interaction and decreased communication friction of the hive can be traced to a move toward synchronicity between people over history. Once, a story passed down verbally from father to son turned into myth after a thousand years. The invention of writing and the first spread of literacy allowed the transmission of the first written history.
 
As technology has advanced, the delay between the transfer of information has decreased. Paved roads allowed couriers to deliver messages, while cables wired along those roads enabled telegraphs and then radio broadcasts. Eventually, you got email, instant messaging, SMS, camera phones, all the way up to live video.

As information networks become distributed from giant data centers to cellular towers and the cloud, the amount of bandwidth available to the individual continues to rise. We’re no longer limited to a broadcast radio model, where one signal is received by many nodes. Today, we send and receive higher quantities of data at higher frequencies, through texts, photos and videos. We sync with each other instantaneously, and all the time.
 
This is what allows networks to converge into hives, from the individual to the organization.

Instrumentalizing the Social Network

The function of the social network is to connect people and to grow the size of the network. What originally came about through increasing connections is now focused on delivering a better, more immediate experience.
 
 Facebook in 2012:

Our mission is to make the world more open and connected.

Facebook in 2016:

Our top priority is to build useful and engaging products that enable people to connect and share through mobile devices and personal computers.

In 2012, Snapchat described itself on its website as:

Snapchat is the fastest way to share a moment on iPhone — up to 10x faster than MMS!”

Today, the renamed Snap Inc.’s website reads:

We believe that reinventing the camera represents our greatest opportunity to improve the way people live and communicate.

Facebook and Snap Inc. are both converging around how we communicate and share experience, and they’re doing it by building a family of brands.

From the beginning, Snapchat has built itself around the camera and user experience. As the company moved from 1:1 communications to a broader platform for sharing experiences, this has not changed. 
 
Facebook’s efforts to mimic Snapchat’s ephemeral messages as well as its initiatives on products like Instagram Stories and its move into virtual reality through the acquisition of Oculus Rift all demonstrate a move away from the network, and toward a moments-driven hive. 
 
The original experience of Facebook was more connected, but also a lonely experience. You put one version of yourself online and lived another one in real life. The original Facebook showed a version of you that you wanted to see.
 
Rather than alienating people, Facebook and Snap Inc. today are moving toward a vision of the future around creating real, shared experiences that actually bring people together.

Google, Uber, Tesla and Autonomous Vehicles

The map is possibly the most literal rendering of the network. A map connects physical locations together, and shows you how to navigate from one point to another. The autonomous car is built on top of the map, but it’s instrumentalized around actually taking you between points.

  • Autonomous vehicles can be imagined because they’re built on top of the information networks of Google’s Maps and Streetview, projects that Google undertook to organize the world’s information.
  • At Tesla, they’re building autonomous electric vehicles on top of their network of vehicle sales, service centers and Supercharger stations. Self-driving Teslas have already collected 100 million miles of autonomous driving data and 780 million miles of human driving data from the sensors it builds into each vehicle.
  • Meanwhile, Uber is moving towards autonomous cars through the ride-sharing marketplace it has built. Through the Uber app, the company collects 100 million miles of driving data each day. In contrast, the average American only drives 15,000 miles a year.

Why are all these vastly different companies converging on the autonomous car? That’s because for these companies, it’s about platform and hive, not just about roads without drivers.

Google’s 10-K, 2016:

From the start, the company has always strived to do more, and to do important and meaningful things with the resources they have.

Uber’s blog, 2016:

The old Uber was black and white, somewhat distant and cold. This belied what Uber actually is — a transportation network, woven into the fabric of cities and how they move. To bring out this human side — the atoms — we’ve added color and patterns.

For Google, the search giant, it’s about putting information to work. It is leveraging its massive data sets, of roads, driver behavior, and physical objects, and continuously feeding data back to the system. Uber, meanwhile, has evolved from a white glove black car service into a transportation hive. Through logistics and cleaner, cheaper interfaces, Uber directs human actions more efficiently through algorithms. The autonomous car was the next logical step.

By allowing cars to get from A to B more predictably, autonomous cars will reduce the number of cars on the road, and the number of deaths in car accidents, and even the amount of money for insurance. The hive is what gives us a shot at collectively solving these seemingly impossible problems.

The Future is the Hivemind

A network’s value is traditionally tied to the idea of more—this is what’s known as a “network effect.” The more people and things there are networked, the more possible connections there are between nodes, and the more valuable the network grows.

And yet, the world we’re moving to will be defined by the idea of more with less. Global warming and drought mean fewer resources to work with. At the same time, population growth is beginning to stall across America and Europe, and with it the “free lunch” economic growth that comes with a rising population.

A hive is more than the sum of its parts. Through the hive, a network of drivers and riders also work as a turnkey resource that other services can be built on top of. For companies that operate as hives, sheer quantity matters less than it did for older generations of companies. By increasing interaction and decreasing friction between nodes, they accelerate growth through virtually unlimited, real-time access to data and people.

Hives colonize instinctively as they grow, which is why we’re seeing so many companies converge around the similar trends. But the sequence that they grow in matters. The next big companies will have to do more than just pick the right trends. They’ll have to nail the right timing by moving in sync with their composite parts.

They won’t just be hives. They’ll be hiveminds.

Markethive has already reached this hive mind level. Interesting that others are suspecting this phenomena and here we are! The original and first Market Network.

Thomas Prendergast
Founder, Creator and CEO
Markethive Inc.

Thank yous and recognition for this article goes to (Arjun Sethi) and (Andy Artz) found @
https://hackernoon.com/the-hive-is-the-new-network-260b432a6720#.e4mtvxcrg

 

TP

Market-Network: A New Type of Business Model

Market-Network: A New Type of Business Model

Social network. Marketplace. SaaS. These buzzwords are no longer synonyms of massive business opportunities.

The gold rush has already happened.

But a new business model has emerged.

Market-networks are hybrid animals: part social network, part marketplace, part SaaS. [1]

It’s a social network. Professionals use profile pages to showcase their work and demonstrate their credibility. They also connect with each other and build relationships.

It’s a marketplace. Professionals come online together to find other parties with whom they can do business.

It’s a SaaS tool. Professionals use the tools on the top of the marketplace to negotiate, do the job, or manage the paperwork.

Social networks are designed to connect people. Marketplaces are built to sell simple products and services at scale. SaaS tools are here to make your job easier.

Market-networks focus on more complex services; the types of services that are not easily scalable and require more human collaboration. [1]

So get your pick-axe and prepare yourself for the next gold rush.

Think about the number of opportunities in M&A, scientific research, construction, management consulting, marketing, media production…

[1] Thanks to James Currier for sharing his thoughts on this emerging business model.

[2] Here are a couple of examples:

AngelList is a market-network.

It’s a social network for startups and investors. It’s a marketplace where business angels can find startups to invest in and startups can post job openings. It’s a SaaS tool that helps business angels create syndicates and startups get introduced to business angels.

Contently is a market-network.

It’s a social network for freelance writers. It’s a marketplace where companies can find writers to create content—articles, eBooks, and other kinds of marketing collateral. It’s a SaaS tool that helps content marketers organize their editorial calendar, manage the writers’ work, and track the performance with analytics.

Article originated here:
https://boostcompanies.com/market-network/

Meet Writer Guerric

Guerric de Ternay is an entrepreneur
and digital & marketing strategist. A large
chunk of his work focuses on behavioral
science, customer experience, and digital
strategy. His passion?
Helping people and businesses level up.

 

 

TP