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CrowdSource, LLC Launches as a Major Competitor in the Crowdsourcing Industry
document Distributed Knowledge

CrowdSource is the exclusive provider of the Scalable Workforce platform, which is designed to enhance Amazons Mechanical Turk with features to better manage work and the workforce. From providing...

Adam FrazerAug 23, 2011 06:55 am GMT2403 views
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CrowdSource, LLC Launches as a Major Competitor in the Crowdsourcing Industry
Crowdsourcing Industry Taxonomy by Crowdsourcing.org (V2)
Distributed Knowledge

Crowdsourcing.org recently gathered a team of industry practitioners and experts, including taxonomy and categorization professionals, with the view of redefining the crowdsourcing industry taxonomy, using a number of existing views as reference points.

 


 

The results of this endeavor was the definition of seven top level categories that represent the different functional applications of crowdsourcing.

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Carl EspostiMar 05, 2011 04:31 am GMT8396 views
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Crowdsourcing Industry Taxonomy Definitions (V2)
document Distributed Knowledge

The Crowdsourcing Industry Taxonomy by Crowdsourcing.org identifies seven primary categories of crowdsourcing. This document, available for download, provides the definition and description of each...

Carl EspostiMar 12, 2011 11:31 pm GMT6692 views
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Crowdsourcing Industry Taxonomy Definitions (V2)
Crowdsourcing Industry Taxonomy Definitions by Crowdsourcing.org
Distributed Knowledge

The Crowdsourcing Industry Taxonomy (V2) is the result of primary research, facilitated by Crowdsourcing.org, involving a team of expert volunteers. The team identified seven distinguishably unique categories of crowdsourcing.  These top level categories are: Open Innovation, Community Building, Collective Creativity, Civic Engagement, Collective Knowledge, Crowdfunding and Cloud Labor.


 

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Carl EspostiMar 13, 2011 12:51 am GMT7771 views
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2011 "Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape" [INFOGRAPHIC]
document Distributed Knowledge

[INFOGRAPHIC UPDATED 23 May 2011] We are pleased to publish our 2011 Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape. This years Infographic presents a comprehensive selection of crowdsourcing sites and projects....

Carl EspostiMay 16, 2011 05:33 am GMT20123 views
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2011 “Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape” Infographic
Distributed Knowledge

We are pleased to publish our 2011 Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape. This year's Infographic presents a comprehensive selection of crowdsourcing sites and projects.  We have selected what we consider to be the best examples of crowdsourcing initiatives for each of the seven top-level industry categories.

 

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Carl EspostiMay 16, 2011 06:02 am GMT13967 views
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December 2011 “Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape” [DOWNLOAD VERSION]
document Tools

Here is the final December 2011 “Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape” Infographic available for download, re-formatted as a printable version. [DOWNLOAD VERSION] In addition to updated site...

Carl EspostiDec 26, 2011 06:46 am GMT4502 views
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December 2011 “Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape” [DOWNLOAD VERSION]
Crowdsourcing Industry Infographic - December 2011 [Download Version]
Tools

Here is the final December 2011 “Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape” Infographic available for download, re-formatted as a printable version.

In addition to updated site listings, this new version contains a number of important changes that reflect the current views of our research and editorial teams and input from our viewers. The previous taxonomy identified seven applications of crowdsourcing as well as a ‘Tools’ category — eight in total. After a period of considerable review, we’ve settled on six main categories of crowdsourcing.

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Carl EspostiDec 26, 2011 06:47 am GMT4533 views
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10 top Crowdsourcing industry websites
blog Cloud Labor, Crowdfunding, Tools

Top Crowdsourcing websites: 1. Wikipedia. World’s crowd-based encyclopedia. A classic. 2. Threadless. Tshirts designs. Upload your Tshirt designs and sell them to the crowd. 3. Waze....

Pablo BracciniMay 27, 2012 11:19 am GMT3165 views
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10 top Crowdsourcing industry websites
Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape
Distributed Knowledge

As with any emerging industry, new business models form, technology plays a different role and traditional organizational structures are challenged. As new models for online production and problem solving have proliferated over the last few years, Crowdsourcing platforms as we now collectively define them, we need to be able to organize, compare and contrast the different forms.

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Carl EspostiJan 29, 2011 06:37 pm GMT6403 views
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Crowdsourcing Company Logos - A call to action
Distributed Knowledge, Tools

Crowdsourcing.org is in the process of updating our popular Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape and we will be releasing it soon. We are re-designing the format, making it larger so we can display more companies in the crowdsourcing and crowdfunding industry. We will be displaying the sites based on our new crowdsourcing categories (see here for details) and in the category that best represents the sites primary mission.

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Carl EspostiMar 30, 2011 08:10 pm GMT8123 views
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How CrowdFlower powers crowdsourced labor
document Cloud Labor

One important thing CrowdFlower brings to the party today is that they’re the organizers behind the biggest crowdsourcing gathering around: CrowdConf, to be held Nov. 1-2 at the Mission Bay...

Tim SatterthwaiteJun 30, 2011 10:35 pm GMT2812 views
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How CrowdFlower powers crowdsourced labor
Crowdsourcing Industry: overzicht (Infographic: Dutch)
document Distributed Knowledge

We are pleased to publish our 2011 Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape in Dutch. This years Infographic presents a comprehensive selection of crowdsourcing sites and projects. We have selected what we...

Carl EspostiJul 08, 2011 02:19 pm GMT2097 views
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Crowdsourcing Industry: overzicht (Infographic: Dutch)
Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape (Infographic: Русский / Russian)
document Distributed Knowledge

We are pleased to publish our 2011 Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape in Русский (Russian). This years Infographic presents a comprehensive selection of crowdsourcing sites and projects. We have...

Carl EspostiJul 12, 2011 05:16 pm GMT2128 views
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Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape (Infographic: Русский / Russian)
Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape (Infographic: Українська / Ukrainian)
document Distributed Knowledge

We are pleased to publish our 2011 Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape in Українська / (Ukrainian). This years Infographic presents a comprehensive selection of crowdsourcing sites and projects. We...

Carl EspostiJul 12, 2011 05:26 pm GMT2310 views
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Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape (Infographic: Українська / Ukrainian)
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 GMT9874 views
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Why classifying the acts of crowdsourcing are so difficult
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

According to Yannig Roth, the most disruptive models of crowdsourcing are those organized around social product development like Local Motors, Quirky or others like Ahhha. "You can’t make...

Tonya Van Dijk Aug 04, 2011 02:01 am GMT2023 views
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Why classifying the acts of crowdsourcing are so difficult
Crowd4Self Making Crowdsourcing Available to Everybody
document Open Innovation, Tools

Crowd4self is CrowdEngineering’s latest product. Crowd4self makes it easy for any user to retain the management of the crowdsourcing process providing the capability to design the business process...

Luis Enrique MoralesSep 15, 2011 12:34 am GMT2863 views
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Crowd4Self Making Crowdsourcing Available to Everybody
2011 Crowdsourcing Industry Survey
Distributed Knowledge

When I first wrote the Wired article, The Rise of Crowdsourcing, that coined that term, I could count the number of organizations using crowdsourcing on my hands and feet. Over the next several years crowdsourcing continued to grow: slowly, and organically, at first, then rapidly and egged on by an increasing number of books, articles, and the burgeoning hype around all things social media. By the time my book hit the stands in late 2008 the days when I could recount, from memory, all the important players in the crowdsourcing field were long gone. As I moved on to new projects, I wondered when someone would come along and conduct a comprehensive survey.


I'm happy to note the wait is over.

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Jeff HoweSep 26, 2011 11:25 pm GMT3688 views
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November 2011 “Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape” Infographic
Crowd Creativity, Crowdfunding, Distributed Knowledge

Crowdsourcing.org is pleased to present our November 2011 “Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape” infographic, which reflects our revised industry taxonomy and is aligned with Crowdsourcing.org's category structure. The infographic is available below (an ultra high-resolution version will be available for download from the site after CrowdConf2011).

In addition to updated site listings, this new version contains a number of important changes that reflect the current views of our research and editorial teams and input from our viewers. The previous taxonomy identified seven applications of crowdsourcing as well as a ‘Tools’ category — eight in total. After a period of considerable review, we’ve settled on six main categories of crowdsourcing.

"The whole purpose of creating the much needed crowdsourcing taxonomy is to provide a framework for the industry and to structure the discussion going forward,” says Carl Esposti, founder of Crowdsourcing.org. “As with all taxonomies, it must evolve as it is reviewed and refined."

"Crowdsourcing isn’t a static phenomenon," Esposti continues. "This is the third generation of our taxonomy, which we first launched at CrowdConf2010."

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Eric BlattbergOct 30, 2011 08:27 pm GMT11975 views
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