Veteran Irish-based fintech journalist, Jillian Godsil, who was lately awarded 2020 Blockchain Journalist by Uptrennd.com, has expressed her excitement using Electroneum-powered freelancer platform, AnyTask.com, to get her book cover done, adding that earlier, she uses Fiver whenever she requires freelance work done, but now super delighted to continue using AnyTask, IB Times has said.
The Irish writer and influential blockchain advocate explained that the Electroneum powered freelancer platform, is an amazing freelancer platform, and she wouldn’t have finished her book before now, safe for the AnyTask $15 Voucher she received for attending ANON summit in March.
Godsil, after 3 months, was able to publish her sixteenth book, “titled The Little Book of Running: A book of the Lockdown,” and it is now available for sale on Amazon.
The international speaker, who is also a journalist said she had sent her 10,000 words book which contains 22 illustrations to a freelancer from Nigeria on AnyTask for laying out, a task which she confirm to be quite tricky, however, she confessed her amazement with the job quality delivered by the freelancer.
Electroneum powered freelancer platform, AnyTask, was launched in mid-February and had within few months of its launch become very popular among freelancers in developing countries; the fact that the freelancers are not charged 20% of their earnings makes AnyTask a distinct freelancer platform.
Godsil, in her words, attested to the fact that she received a world class service delivery at a very low cost on AnyTask, explaining that she had earlier used the popular freelancer platforms, Fiverr, but the quality of experience she got here would make her stay.
The Influential Blockchain advocate further went on to indicate that she would definitely get the laying out and illustration setting of her subsequent books done on the Electroneum powered freelancer platform.
British Songwriter Buys 40 tasks on AnyTask
Successful British songwriter and marketing expert Paul Homewood, had recently revealed that he purchased 40 freelance tasks on AnyTask, Homewood averred that he was amazed by the professionalism on the platform because he had not expected to find such.
The Songwriter also explained that he relies solely on freelancer platform to get his business done. Nevertheless, Homewood’s testimony is an indication that the Electroneum powered freelancer platform, AnyTask, is not only gaining popularity among freelancers but also gaining grounds among digital task buyers.
New Feature Introduced to Improve Buyer Experience On AnyTask
In a similar development, the Electroneum Blockchain has introduced a new feature which will enable buyers evaluate freelancers performance based on deliverability stats, this disclosure was made by the Electroneum Blockchain Corporate Marketing Manager, Tanya Hardie, while participating in an interview with renowned on-chain media firm IB Times.
The new feature will distinguish active freelancers from those who do not perform or take too long before responding to buyers on the AnyTask platform, Hardie explained, adding that the improvement of the AnyTask platform and expansion of its number of buyers remain the chief priority of the Electroneum Blockchain.
She further elucidated that the Electroneum Blockchain has launched series of marketing campaigns to split test which is one of the most effective method of improving such platform. In the same vein the Electroneum Blockchain Head of Business Development, Nigel Pooley, took time to disclose that he had held several conversations with various airtime providers who are willing to cut down mobile data and airtime cost for the teaming users of the Electroneum app.
Pooley, however, affirmed that the integration off the new airtime providers are in process and would be communicated to the public in the subsequent weeks.