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Crowdsourcing a Blog Writing Service
Cloud Labor, Crowd Creativity, Tools

This article, written exclusively for Crowdsourcing.org, comes from a crowd member. We asked the new crowdsourced blog writing service, Blogmutt, to write a post, so Blogmutt CEO Scott Yates turned to one of Blogmutt's best writers to craft a post for us here. The writer is Ruth Bremer.

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Crowdsourcing.orgMar 15, 2012 02:24 am GMT6777 views
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Blogmutt
site Crowd Creativity / Writing

Blogmutt is a blog writing service that uses the power of crowdsourcing to create posts for businesses that have sites, but not enough time in the day to write blog posts for themselves. Our...

Scott YatesDec 20, 2011 12:00 am GMT1509 views
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Blogmutt
Banish Bad Business Writing With Crowdsourced Proofreading
document Distributed Knowledge

Kibin provides crowdsourced proofreading service. Kibin works like this: You upload your document (in DOC, RTF, or TXT format), then wait for a volunteer editor to give it a once-over. You pay...

Tim SatterthwaiteAug 20, 2011 06:56 am GMT2502 views
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Banish Bad Business Writing With Crowdsourced Proofreading
Trollology: all about so-called-trolls and the other types of Internet population
blog Cloud Labor, Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge

It is no secret that a troll is not only a supernatural being in Scandinavian folklore, but also an Internet user who indirectly provokes communities into arguments, causing confusion and...

Yulia KopysovaMar 01, 2012 08:26 pm GMT3864 views
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Trollology: all about so-called-trolls and the other types of Internet population
Technorati
site Crowd Creativity / Writing

Technorati was founded to help bloggers succeed by collecting, highlighting, and distributing the global online conversation. Founded as the first blog search engine, Technorati has expanded to a...

Tim SatterthwaiteAug 16, 2011 01:33 pm GMT822 views
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Technorati
Witmart Crowdsourcing For Creative Business Solutions
article Cloud Labor, Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge

Witmart.com is a global online crowdsourcing service market that aims to provide Employers and Providers with the most reliable marketplace to post and find jobs. Millions of freelancing experts...

WitmartMay 14, 2012 07:09 am GMT1954 views
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Witmart Crowdsourcing For Creative Business Solutions
Crowd Content Launches New Website for 2013
article Cloud Labor

The new site gives Crowd Content a fresh look and provides more detailed information for clients and potential clients. Specifically, take a look at the Services and Who We Help areas to learn...

Clayton LainsburyJan 23, 2013 06:52 pm GMT2591 views
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Crowd Content Launches New Website for 2013
Quora expands into a blogging platform, promises rich text mobile editing soon
article Distributed Knowledge

Crowdsourcing website-Quora has launched a blog service that it hopes will allow more users to share in-depth knowledge about topics that they’re passionate about. The company believes that...

Luis Enrique MoralesJan 25, 2013 10:32 am GMT1781 views
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Quora expands into a blogging platform, promises rich text mobile editing soon
Crowdfunding Tip of the Week: Blogger Fee for Service? Know Your Rights
Crowdfunding

Asking bloggers to write up sponsored posts about your crowdfunding campaign may provide good exposure for your project. Before you pay for sponsored content, however, make sure to read this tip from Rose Spinelli about dealing with the bloggers.

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Rose SpinelliSep 16, 2013 05:06 pm GMT2185 views
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Crowd-Powered Blogging Service BlogMutt Giving Equity to Top Writers
Cloud Labor, Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge

BlogMutt, a crowdsourced content creation platform, announced this morning that it's offering top writers equity in the company. We got in touch with the company's CEO to find out what motivated him to make that decision.

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Anton RootOct 22, 2013 10:52 pm GMT4532 views
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Mechanical Turk: How, What for and Why?
blog Cloud Labor, Crowd Creativity, Tools

All of eleven workshop presentations were about Amazon’s Mechanical Turk , a crowdsourcing marketplace platform. Mechanical Turk is a network service that allows customers to recruit a lot of...

Yulia KopysovaMar 02, 2012 10:09 am GMT3643 views
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Mechanical Turk: How, What for and Why?
Is Crowdsourcing the New Outsourcing?
document Cloud Labor

To find their crowdsourced workers, some companies hold contests to help them come up with a new product or service, while others use online communities of tech professionals. “A company usually...

Jason RobbinsJun 10, 2012 02:37 am GMT1853 views
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Is Crowdsourcing the New Outsourcing?
Making the Crowd Work for You
Cloud Labor, Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge

Eli Perez writes in to discuss the variety of ways businesses can put the crowd to work for them. He highlights four specific platforms: Needle, Field Agent, SpigitEngage, and Compendium. 

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Crowdsourcing.orgAug 17, 2012 06:33 pm GMT6802 views
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A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing
article Cloud Labor, Crowd Creativity, Open Innovation

I’d like to call your attention to a book with writings from several of our contributing authors, a foreword from Henry Chesbrough, and edited by Innovation Excellence contributor Paul Sloane – A...

Braden KelleyNov 08, 2012 06:13 pm GMT2618 views
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A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing
Online Writing Jobs Site Celebrates 7 Years of Free Service to Community
document Cloud Labor

According to The US Department of Labor, freelance work will continue to expand as more businesses become accustomed to the many benefits of hiring outside talent and as they embrace the technology...

Harshida PatelMay 19, 2013 09:26 am GMT1434 views
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Online Writing Jobs Site Celebrates 7 Years of Free Service to Community
Bridging Mass Customization and Open Innovation - MCPC 2011
Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

 

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The MCPC conference series started out in 2001 as a bi-annual conference devoted to mass customization & personalization. The content has broadened in recent years, including also customer co-creation, user innovation, and other strategies of customer-driven value creation (hence, MCPC = Mass Customization, Personalization, and Co-Creation"). In 2011, the conference will bridge MCPC with a topic that has driven and inspired the field since several years: open innovation.

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Frank PillerMar 02, 2011 11:42 pm GMT7199 views
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Crowdsourcing Drives Success for Asian IT Startups
Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge

 

As the web industry continues to gain momentum in Indonesia, there are hundreds of newly established IT startups that are leveraging the web to deliver their products and services. Some have been very successful and have become highly profitable - GantiBaju.com is a prominent example. Using crowdsourcing, GantiBaju.com is one of the most exciting startups in Indonesia. In its first year, GantiBaju.com has won several awards including Asia's Top 10 Best Web Apps by Singtel Accelerate in Singapore, and boasts more than $22,000 in monthly revenue.

 

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Julian Sukmana PutraJun 14, 2011 06:02 am GMT4995 views
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Campaign Coverage in the Time of Twitter
document Distributed Knowledge

If you ask a bunch of political journalists to identify the biggest change in political reporting this election cycle, the answer comes in a short burst: "Twitter!" The microblogging...

Sebastian BlancaAug 27, 2011 12:08 am GMT1181 views
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Campaign Coverage in the Time of Twitter
How To Reduce Business Costs By 90%
document Cloud Labor, Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

Matt Barrie the CEO of Freelancer.com, shares some key points: *80% of the worlds population is about to join the Internet *More people in the world have capacity to provide labour...

Pablo BracciniNov 14, 2011 03:48 am GMT2386 views
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How To Reduce Business Costs By 90%
The Fraud Bogeyman of Crowdfunding
Crowdfunding

Every change in a system encounters resistance, especially those changes which make the most sense. In our new information economy, where value is derived from the richness of our networks and the novel ways in which we find to organize information and connections, a matching capital formation mechanism makes sense. So it is no surprise that crowdfunding, an organic response to service capital needs within our new economy, is growing exponentially. And it's quite anticipated that it should meet resistance.


The resistance to crowdfunding comes in the form of the "fraud bogeyman." Apparently, this phantom stalks only unregistered investments, waiting to emerge from the shadows and steal all of our money. Of course, fear is a potent tool (for better or for worse), and wherever it's sold, one can usually quickly find a lack of real arguments. For example, inherent in a fraudster's ability to steal all of our money via crowdfunding, is someone who invests all of his or her money in one business. And yet, I cannot find a single person who thinks that doing so is a good idea. (If you find such a mythical person, please have them write a blog post about it, and forward me a link!)


The fraud bogeyman has been appearing in a number of places recently, including big media sites and small blogs alike. The number of concurrent mentions of the words 'portfolio' or 'diversification' in the same articles ... ZERO. As usual, fear, uncertainty and doubt are delivered in a vacuum, without any relativity or context. How does anyone lose all of their money on fraud when they're diversified? That's an inconvenient question, of course.

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Kevin LawtonNov 28, 2011 01:29 am GMT3508 views
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