Financialist.com Refreshes Content in Response to COVID-19
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Financialist.com, a website dedicated to providing financial news, cryptocurrency information, and investment trends and insights, recently revamped its range of content to help readers achieve financial independence, especially amid the COVID-19 global health crisis.
Financialist.com has been publishing the latest viral news on current events, technology, science, cryptocurrencies, real estate, politics, and fashion since 2018. "When we launched Financialist.com, we would write about big companies and cryptocurrency investing," its editors said. However, the editorial team has decided to take a different route in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
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According to the Pew Research Center, the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the US economy has increased the number of unemployed Americans by more than 14 million, up from 6.2 million in February 2020. As a result, the unemployment rate in the US climbed by 9.2 percent, more than it was in the two years of the Great Recession.
"The pandemic is putting a strain on our readers. Many of them have lost their jobs or are looking for ways to increase their income. We want to provide them with the financial information they need during these troubled times," the editors of Financialist.com said. Hence, the website has refreshed its content to focus on how readers can achieve financial freedom by working from home, starting a business, investing their savings, and making money from home and online.
Through Financialist.com's latest stories, readers can learn how to get started in investing and where to put their hard-earned savings, be it stocks, fixed income securities, or alternative and newer options. They can also read about earning additional income using their phone or mobile apps, such as Swagbucks, iPoll, or GigWalk. They can help find software bugs through such apps, respond to polls and surveys, refer friends, do a gig or odd jobs, or earn shopping rebates.
Readers who prefer to make money from the comfort of their home may want to consider trying apps for watching TV, getting into blogging or creating YouTube videos, or tagging Netflix shows. They can also make money by selling used items online or through social media platforms such as Facebook. "You can make a few dollars with your phone, your home internet connection, and a whole lot of imagination. Be passionate about what you enjoy doing, and the rewards will inevitably follow," the editors of Financialist.com said.
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