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For one thing, writing Wikipedia articles offers students some unique learning opportunities. “In addition to getting all the benefits from a traditional research assignment, (students) are also...
Currently, the internet can perfectly satisfy a user’s urge for a particular theme, provide content based in that theme immediately, and allow users to find, to an unlimited degree of specificity, what they’re looking for. But something’s missing.
Investors have continued to pour money into crowdsourcing platform uTest, which has grown at a remarkable clip in its first four years, but where does it grow from here?
Earlier this year, Yannig Roth began to list all the creative crowdsourcing initiatives he could find, applied to Interbrand’s ranking of the 100 Best Global Brands. The result was this living post on his blog, which he's given us permission to re-post here.
Alix Cuenin of eYeka, a creative crowdsourcing firm, writes in with an update on a previous article penned by Yannig Roth, in which he documented crowdsourcing examples in ten of the world's eleven top brands. Clearly, crowdsourcing has become a lot more popular since then, as now, 25 of the best brands (according to Interbrand) have made use of the crowd. Check out how they did it, after the jump!