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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 GMT7150 views
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7 Cool Crowdsourcing Services You Should Know About
document Cloud Labor

Here are 7 cool crowdsourcing services you should know about: *Amazon Mechanical Turk-one of the most famous crowdsourcing market place. *PickyDomains takes the cake.This crowdsourcing...

Tim SatterthwaiteApr 26, 2012 01:58 pm GMT3539 views
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7 Cool Crowdsourcing Services You Should Know About
Serv.IO
site Cloud Labor / Expert-tasks

Since 2009, Servio has processed more than 8 million tasks. We are the largest editorial and writing service in the world, with more than 1000 active, credentialed wordsmiths. Servio’s enterprise...

Fritz SchaeferMar 22, 2011 07:00 pm GMT2845 views
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Serv.IO
ZBJ Network INC., Witmart.com Offers New Writing Services for Businesses Seeking Expert Help with Content Creation
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“Three weeks before our first official delegation visit to Foshan, China, we were in desperate need for help. We were fortunate to find Witmart.com who provided services for our preparation,...

Benjamin FosselJan 22, 2013 12:29 pm GMT1519 views
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ZBJ Network INC., Witmart.com Offers New Writing Services for Businesses Seeking Expert Help with Content Creation
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 GMT6516 views
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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 GMT924 views
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Technorati
How To Reduce Business Costs By 90%
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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 GMT2467 views
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How To Reduce Business Costs By 90%
Blogmutt
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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 GMT1662 views
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Blogmutt
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 GMT7149 views
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Flattr Allows Users to Donate Cash for Content They 'Like'
Crowdfunding, Tools

Flattr, an online donations service, is making itself much more accessible -- users can now connect their social media accounts to Flattr, meaning they can donate by simply 'Liking' and 'Starring' favorite content. 

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Anton RootMar 18, 2013 09:46 pm GMT4796 views
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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 GMT2833 views
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Taskcn
site Tools

Taskcn.com is an online marketplace for contractors (mostly Chinese - just by the look of the site itself) whose services range from websites, multimedia, writing, and a lot more.

Vince CooperDec 19, 2010 08:00 am GMT2732 views
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Taskcn
Bridging Mass Customization and Open Innovation - MCPC 2011

 

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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 GMT7459 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 GMT5243 views
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Groupon Endorses Crowdsourcing: A Win For The Crowdsourcing Industry
Cloud Labor

Groupon’s decision to award Clickworker.com a substantial contract to lead a large-scale, global translation and optimization project in a number of languages was a landmark award for the crowdsourcing industry. Clickworker’s win was a win for Clickworker and a win for the industry!  Not only was this award significant in terms of it being an endorsement of crowdsourcing as a competitive delivery model for outsourced services by the global Internet coupon giant, but the fact that Groupon went public with the announcement was in itself momentous!

Last week I spoke with Clickworker’s CEO, Wolfgang Kitza, to not only congratulate him on his company’s win but to also find out more about Clickworker’s strategy and to learn more about what was needed to support the adoption of crowdsourcing by global brands.

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Carl EspostiJul 19, 2011 06:46 am GMT10850 views
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"Towards a New Taxonomy" by Jeff Howe
Distributed Knowledge

 

When I coined the word crowdsourcing five years ago, the phenomenon itself hardly existed. Oh sure, there were a few glaring examples: Wikipedia, of course, and that massive hurly burly of user-generated content known as MySpace. NASA, I recall, was already experimenting with using volunteers to measure asteroid craters. But the original article was, in a sense, an act of prognostication. I was saying, "This is how things will be." It was a gamble, and it happened to pay off.  


A lot changed between 2006 and 2008, when my book was published. In writing the book I faced an entirely new challenge. I no longer had to predict the future; I had to analyze and interpret the present. Books force you to create taxonomies by their very structure: Chapters are subdivisions of a larger subject. 

 

The problem was that examples of crowdsourcing now proliferated across every domain of human endeavor. When asked what couldn't be crowdsourced, I used to answer: a restaurant. Then one day a Washington Post reporter called to ask me what I thought about a new--you guessed it--crowdsourced restaurant. My answer to that question these days? Everything can be crowdsourced. I figure it's best to play it safe.

 

In trying to bring some coherence to this dizzying variety of online collaborations I came up with four basic categories:

 

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Jeff HoweJul 20, 2011 10:43 pm GMT16876 views
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First direct Lab
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First direct Lab is a crowdsourcing platform that will be updated with content every month including product designs, service innovations and website concepts. Users are able to rate the content...

Pablo BracciniAug 02, 2011 12:32 am GMT1543 views
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First direct Lab
Duolingo and the Power of Human Computation
Cloud Labor, Distributed Knowledge, Tools

Luis von Ahn wants to translate the web — all of it. To call him ambitious is an understatement. In a TED Talk that was originally uploaded to YouTube in April 2011, von Ahn introduced Duolingo, a crowdsourced translation project, and boldly proclaimed that with one million users, the site could help to convert the entirety of Wikipedia into Spanish in 80 hours. Free of charge. Even with a slightly more modest prediction of 100,000 users, the task would be completed within five weeks. What von Ahn, an entrepreneur and computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon, was proposing, and what Duolingo is now beginning to offer in a private beta, is a crowdsourced translation service that provides every volunteer with a service of their own. What he envisions is a tool that will not just revolutionize the Internet, but education itself.

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Alistair MackayDec 19, 2011 03:39 pm GMT8660 views
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exploreB2B Launches in the United States to Bring a Smarter Solution to Professional Relationship Building and B2B Social Media
document Distributed Knowledge

exploreB2B is the first content oriented business-to-business (B2B) social platform for professionals that allows users to share knowledge and write articles about their company, industry news or...

Jayne AnnApr 11, 2012 09:30 am GMT1388 views
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exploreB2B Launches in the United States to Bring a Smarter Solution to Professional Relationship Building and B2B Social Media
Ouya Clears $5 Million on Kickstarter, but Questions Linger
Crowdfunding

The Ouya project, an ambitious undertaking to create a hacker-friendly game console, today surpassed $5 million raised on crowdfunding website Kickstarter. Despite Ouya’s warm reception from thousands of Kickstarter backers — at the time of writing, 39,337 backers have contributed $5,020,639 to the project, which has 22 days left to raise additional funds — some tech journalists lambaste the company for its overly optimistic launch plans.

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Eric BlattbergJul 18, 2012 02:21 am GMT5302 views
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