Julia Ryder, Author at Jobble

About Julia Ryder

Julia leads the marketing efforts of Jobble, a marketplace for the gig economy. Julia is widely known for her blogging, email marketing, and paid advertising expertise. She works directly with businesses and agencies to oversee the development and execution of all content strategy solutions regarding Jobblers representing the companies on-site.

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // March 25, 2019

Freelancing? Here's How to Prepare for Tax Season All Year Long – NBC Better Taxes are complicated for everyone. Especially this year when we are all navigating the new tax law. But if you’re self-employed or have a lucrative side

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // March 18, 2019

4 Essential Mental Health Tips For Freelance And Remote Workers – Forbes A stronger mental health means that you can resist other daily downers and remain productive and contemporary with your line of work. Here are four essential tips to

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // March 11, 2019

3 Ways to Attract Top Freelancers to Your Company – Entrepreneur Freelancers are no longer on the sidelines or carrying the water. They’re in the game as first-string players. However, they’re not going to play for a team that doesn’t

Jobble x Brand Ambassador Con 2019

In midtown's Garment District of NY, brand ambassadors, influencers, local vendors, and promotional agencies all gathered last Thursday for the first annual Brand Ambassador Con. If you’re wondering what a brand ambassador is, I’ll break it down for you. Taking

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // February 25, 2019

    How Gig Economy Workers Can Save Thousands on Their Taxes– Entrepreneur In today’s society, freelancing is becoming increasingly popular as a full-time profession. The ability to hop from project to project and work any time from anywhere, all

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // February 11, 2019

    5 New Ways to Make Money in the Freelance Economy – Entrepreneur In today’s society, freelancing is becoming increasingly popular as a full-time profession. The ability to hop from project to project and work any time from anywhere,

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // February 4, 2019

    Amid Job Numbers Blowout, Gig Economy Thrives – PYMNTS On Friday (Feb. 1), the government reported job numbers that blew away expectations. Data from the BLS and ADP, triangulated against the PYMNTS/Hyperwallet Gig Economy Index, showed that as

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // January 28, 2019

    Three Changes The Gig Economy Might See This Year – Forbes For the past 100 years, our economy has been built on the back of traditional employment. The reasons people favor traditional employment vary: Some want a steady

6 Ways Retail’s Ramping Up for Valentine’s Day – 2019

This year the projected spending for Valentine’s Day is expected to reach $30 billion, according to this consumer spending survey. That means the average person will spend about $221.34 on their heartthrob! What makes this holiday a little different from

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // January 14, 2019

    The Six Entrepreneurial Skills Every Successful Freelancer Has Mastered – Forbes Organizational pundits often talk about the difference between “hard” and “soft” skills. The idea is this: hard skills, or technical skills, are the competencies that companies pay