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Yahoo Answers
site Distributed Knowledge / Q & A

Yahoo! Answers is a place where people ask and answer questions on any topic.

Luis Enrique MoralesMar 29, 2011 06:59 pm GMT2247 views
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Yahoo Answers
Individual Focus and Knowledge Contribution
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Traditionally, knowledge generation was the purview of scholars & other professionals, who would acquire pertinent domain knowledge through time–consuming study or extensive experience. Their...

Pablo BracciniMar 28, 2011 02:44 am GMT1461 views
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Individual Focus and Knowledge Contribution
With Eric Schmidt as backer, HealthTap raises $11.5M for mobile patient-doctor Q&A network
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HealthTap will use the money to accelerate growth, recruit talent, and engage more physicians and patients in its online HealthTap community.

Samuel BennettDec 07, 2011 01:40 am GMT1563 views
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With Eric Schmidt as backer, HealthTap raises $11.5M for mobile patient-doctor Q&A network
TweetBrain
site Distributed Knowledge / Q & A

TweetBrain is a crowdsourcing service powered by the Twitter user community. It enables people to ask questions, get answers, and earn money from answering questions posted with a reward. It also...

Carl EspostiOct 05, 2010 05:39 pm GMT1516 views
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Google vs. the Human Search Engine – Crowdsourcing Q&A
Distributed Knowledge, Tools

Q&A is massive, far bigger than many realize!  Four of the top Q&A sites are in comScore’s Top 100 web properties, generating a staggering 15 billion page views between them. I wanted to know what the future had in store for Q&A, and why predictions were being made that the emerging winners from this space will soon rival Google for next generation search. Indeed, with Google’s February 2010 acquisition of the social-networking start-up Aardvark, which allows users to “tap the knowledge of people in your network” along with Facebook’s launching of its Question functionality, it’s clear that this is seen as big game. I recently interviewed Shawn Schwegman, Chief Marketing Officer of ChaCha to find out why Q&A is so big, and to learn where it is headed.

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Carl EspostiMay 02, 2011 08:27 pm GMT12460 views
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Have a Question? Ask Beepl!
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The interesting – and potentially problematic – aspect of Beepl is where the answers come from: Beepl users. Beepl explains, “Beepl lets you ask questions that other users answer so that it’s easy...

Harshida PatelJan 24, 2012 01:01 am GMT1349 views
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Have a Question? Ask Beepl!
Essential Tools for Crowdsourcing Answers to Your Questions
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The following are essential tools for crowdsourcing answers to your questions: All Our Ideas Quora Stack Exchange LinkedIn Answers Yahoo Answers FormSpring ChaCha...

Jayne AnnMay 08, 2012 03:00 pm GMT1626 views
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Essential Tools for Crowdsourcing Answers to Your Questions
Ask500People
site Distributed Knowledge / Opinion

Ask500People is brought to you by the zesty folks at Wondermill, which was inspired by James Surowiecki's 2004 best-selling book "The Wisdom of Crowds." The book's premise is...

Carl EspostiOct 08, 2010 03:38 am GMT2444 views
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Ask500People
SodaHead
site Distributed Knowledge / Opinion

SodaHead is a dynamic discussion community where one can discover, debate and discuss the hot topic issues of the moment. Over 1.5 million SodaHeads share their unique views on topics, breaking...

Carl EspostiOct 08, 2010 05:09 am GMT2301 views
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SodaHead
ChaCha
site Distributed Knowledge / Q & A

ChaCha is like having a smart friend you can call or text for answers on your cell phone anytime for free! ChaCha works with virtually every provider and allows people with any mobile phone device...

Carl EspostiOct 08, 2010 02:38 pm GMT2519 views
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ChaCha
Question Time: Informational Crowdsourcing Takes Off, by David Pogue
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Getting information or answers online are a great help for people when they do need it. Technology can do wonders indeed. But I do believe in David's contention: "In the end, it’s not...

Archenette EvangelioJan 08, 2011 09:45 am GMT1810 views
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Question Time: Informational Crowdsourcing Takes Off, by David Pogue
Using LinkedIn to Get Quality Answers
document Distributed Knowledge

Author Ilene Rosenblum posted her question on LinkedIn. She took the suggestions that she received from professionals she had never met before, applied it to articles and blog posts that she...

Luis Enrique MoralesAug 15, 2011 10:26 pm GMT1498 views
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Using LinkedIn to Get Quality Answers
Episode #26: Q and A with Jason and David (37Signals Podcast: May 2011)
video Crowd Creativity, Open Innovation

37Signals' Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson answer questions posted by readers at Signal vs. Noise. How did David became a partner at 37signals? What happened with the affiliate...

Marco TorquatiAug 26, 2011 09:29 am GMT2657 views
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Episode #26: Q and A with Jason and David (37Signals Podcast: May 2011)
InboxQ helps Twitter users with questions get direct answers from experts
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In a recent update to the browser-integrated application, InboxQ launched “InboxQ Profiles”, a new feature that spotlights “real people with expertise on specific topics from golf balls to...

Pablo BracciniAug 27, 2011 05:57 am GMT2168 views
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InboxQ helps Twitter users with questions get direct answers from experts
VocalBee For Android: Crowd-Sourced Answers, Feedback & Ideas
document Distributed Knowledge

Apps based on the concept of crowd-sourcing such as VocalBee, Localmind and others are amassing slowly but surely in the app stores of almost all the major mobile platforms. VocalBee uses GPS to...

Samuel BennettNov 04, 2011 02:01 am GMT1279 views
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VocalBee For Android: Crowd-Sourced Answers, Feedback & Ideas
Crowdsourcing: The good, the not-so-good and the downright ugly
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Crowdsourcing can connect businesses directly to audiences and to consumers. It can give opportunities to unknown or emerging innovators and help them find their place in the market. But,...

Harshida PatelJan 06, 2012 12:52 am GMT2448 views
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Crowdsourcing: The good, the not-so-good and the downright ugly
Crowdsourcing: What Not to Do (and What to Do More Of)
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Here are some common crowdsourcing mistakes you’ll want to avoid: 1. Changing the Scope of a Campaign After It’s Launched. You shouldn’t mess with the terms of your crowdsourcing campaign once...

Sebastian BlancaFeb 17, 2012 01:15 pm GMT1329 views
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Crowdsourcing: What Not to Do (and What to Do More Of)
Reddit Drops the Filter and Draws Audiences
document Distributed Knowledge

The reason for the migration is twofold:Reddit’s AMAs can draw upwards of a million readers and they stick around for four to five minutes on average.“In terms of scale,it is not unlike going on...

Fiona MaresMay 29, 2012 06:18 am GMT1251 views
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Reddit Drops the Filter and Draws Audiences
Crowdsourced Question/Answer Sessions Create a New Marketing Niche
document Distributed Knowledge

Committing hours to open call questions is one of the better ideas stemming from crowdsourced platforms. Taking this up offers a lot of advantages including: 1) Increasing Thought Leadership....

Fiona MaresJul 28, 2012 04:57 am GMT1207 views
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Crowdsourced Question/Answer Sessions Create a New Marketing Niche
Quora makes its content more quotable with embedded threads
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Quora is a question and answer site founded by former Facebook employees in 2009 that has become a strong competitor to sites like Wikipedia. It allows users to search for topics, questions, or...

Claire MackayAug 21, 2012 01:15 pm GMT679 views
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Quora makes its content more quotable with embedded threads
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