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While Walking To The Store, Treesure Creates Motivating Narratives For Kids
document Tools

To monetize the service, the developers are taking an interesting route. They're allowing advertisers to create their own narratives and destinations, which can provide an entertaining...

Claire MackayJan 19, 2012 12:22 pm GMT3289 views
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While Walking To The Store, Treesure Creates Motivating Narratives For Kids
Motivation matters to crowdsourced workforces
article Cloud Labor

Dana Chandler of MIT and Adam Kapelner of the University of Pennsylvania have published the results of a groundbreaking study examining what makes crowdsourced workers tick and how to get the best...

Benjamin FosselOct 05, 2012 11:58 pm GMT3293 views
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Motivation matters to crowdsourced workforces
Crowdfunding Motivations — What Drives People to Invest?
article Crowdfunding

Full Article: http://www.thecrowdcafe.com/crowdfunding-motivations/ Why will people participate in investment crowdfunding — what will motivate them? The beauty of this foundational question is...

Jonathan SandlundMar 21, 2013 01:44 pm GMT3969 views
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Crowdfunding Motivations — What Drives People to Invest?
Understanding Crowdsourcing (Effects of Motivation and Rewards on Participation and Performance in Voluntary Online Activities)
document Distributed Knowledge

A PhD dissertation, "Understanding Crowdsourcing" by Irma Borst sub-titled "Effects of Motivation and Rewards on Participation and Performance in Voluntary Online activities, was...

Luis Enrique MoralesJan 05, 2011 02:32 pm GMT11248 views
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Understanding Crowdsourcing (Effects of Motivation and Rewards on Participation and Performance in Voluntary Online Activities)
Worker Motivation in Crowdsourcing – A Study on Mechanical Turk
document Cloud Labor, Distributed Knowledge

They find that the extrinsic motivational categories (immediate payoffs, delayed payoffs, social motivation) have a strong effect on the time spent on the platform. For many workers, however,...

Fritz SchaeferJul 01, 2011 03:11 am GMT5600 views
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Worker Motivation in Crowdsourcing – A Study on Mechanical Turk
My Own #SciFund Challenge Motivation
document Crowdfunding

Mr. Bonebrake is excited that people might be getting involved with his research by supporting it but if nobody decides to contribute funds he won’t be terribly disappointed. But his point is,...

Jason RobbinsOct 15, 2011 11:19 pm GMT3581 views
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My Own #SciFund Challenge Motivation
Crowdsourced Motivation
blog Distributed Knowledge

One success story that is currently featured on the HeathRally website portrays a 66-year old woman who spent years attempting to lose 10 pounds in weight. She had tried everything including Weight...

Fiona MaresJan 24, 2012 11:33 pm GMT2911 views
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Crowdsourced Motivation
The JOBS Act: Misconceptions And Motives Behind Crowdfunding For Startups
document Crowdfunding

And now, Kickstarter and its relatives have proven that people may have other motives than just money when they make an investment. People will give small amounts of money to projects they believe...

Tonya Van Dijk Apr 03, 2012 06:57 am GMT2804 views
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The JOBS Act: Misconceptions And Motives Behind Crowdfunding For Startups
Moving the Crowd at Threadless: Motivations for Participation in a Crowdsourcing Application
article Crowd Creativity

Based on 17 interviews with members of the crowd at Threadless, the present study adds qualitatively rich data on a new crowdsourcing case to an existing body of quantitative data on motivations...

Daren C. BrabhamMay 24, 2012 11:01 am GMT2640 views
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Moving the Crowd at Threadless: Motivations for Participation in a Crowdsourcing Application
The Crowd is the Heart of the Crowdsourcing Initiative: Motivations for Crowdsourcing
article Distributed Knowledge

This article summarizes the motivations for crowds to participate in crowdsourcing.

Daren C. BrabhamMay 24, 2012 11:17 am GMT2337 views
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The Crowd is the Heart of the Crowdsourcing Initiative: Motivations for Crowdsourcing
Students get startup smarts, schools get donors: USEED crowdfunds motivation
article Crowdfunding

Millenials get a bad rap for being entitled, lazy and self-centered. The people at USEED, a new crowdfunding site for college students, have a different view: they believes millenials are eager to...

Benjamin FosselNov 10, 2012 05:09 am GMT2519 views
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 Students get startup smarts, schools get donors: USEED crowdfunds motivation
Learn How to Motivate the Crowd [Infographic]
document 

Number of crowdsourcing contributions double every year. Use this motivation wheel to find out to attract them to your project too. This infographic is a part of Web Directing project that...

Pablo BracciniDec 22, 2012 02:11 pm GMT3484 views
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Learn How to Motivate the Crowd [Infographic]
TOP CROWDFUNDING PROJECTS OF 2013 FOR MOTIVATION AND INSPIRATION
blog Crowd Creativity, Crowdfunding, Open Innovation

Here are some of the more successful projects of 2013 to hopefully inspire and motivate you into action....read all about it at...

James WilliamsJan 28, 2014 09:01 pm GMT1580 views
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TOP CROWDFUNDING PROJECTS OF 2013 FOR MOTIVATION AND INSPIRATION
What Motivates Volunteers?
document Distributed Knowledge

These three categories can provide a good starting point for understanding why customers choose to collaborate. 1. Love 2. Glory 3. Money 4. Hybrids

Archenette EvangelioFeb 08, 2011 04:04 pm GMT4073 views
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What Motivates Volunteers?
Harnessing Crowds as a Motivational Mechanism
document Distributed Knowledge

The Blog Muse idea can be generalized beyond blogging to other forms of social media such as bookmarks, videos, photos, etc. In such a system, a straightforward application of this concept would be...

Rebecca GutierrezMay 05, 2011 07:12 am GMT2625 views
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Harnessing Crowds as a Motivational Mechanism
The Motivation of the Designer
Crowd Creativity

 

Choosing the winner just makes everyone else the losers. This is the common creed regarding contests and sweepstakes. For a single shot, no problem, but if you want to permanently keep a community happy, the “winner takes all” principle leads quickly to affect the commitment of the members and potentially diminish the creativity of the platform. Perhaps it is precisely this approach that is driving good designers to join 12Designer competitions. It is precisely these subtleties in the motivational construct of members that Eva Missling, founder of 12Designer, wanted to find. Click here for German.

 

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Frank PuscherJul 08, 2011 03:35 pm GMT5305 views
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Motivations for Crowdsourcing

Organizations implement crowdsourcing applications in the hopes that the participation of an online community — a crowd — results in the design of goods or the solving of problems for the organization. Thus, it is important to understand how and why individuals in the crowd participate in these arrangements in order to maximize the crowd’s abilities. Crowds participate in crowdsourcing willingly, and they are not always driven by the opportunity to make money in the process. An organization that understands what motivates its crowd to participate and fulfills these needs will sustain a productive crowdsourcing platform.

In the past few years, research has been conducted specifically on the crowds of some well-known crowdsourcing applications to determine what motivates them to participate
. These findings indicate that crowds are motivated by a diverse set of extrinsic and intrinsic rewards, and individuals in the same crowd can be motivated for different reasons. Some common crowdsourcing motivators include the desire to earn money, to develop one’s creative skills, to network with other creative professionals, to build a portfolio for future employment, to challenge oneself to solve a tough problem, to pass the time when bored, to contribute to a large project for the common good, and to have fun.

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Daren C. BrabhamOct 10, 2011 06:04 am GMT11161 views
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Crowdfunding: Why People Are Motivated to Post and Fund Projects on Crowdfunding Platforms
document Crowdfunding, Distributed Knowledge

In this paper, researchers report preliminary findings from a qualitative exploratory study of creators and funders on three popular crowdfunding platforms. In addition to anticipated extrinsic...

Pablo BracciniDec 16, 2011 09:54 pm GMT4156 views
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Crowdfunding: Why People Are Motivated to Post and Fund Projects on Crowdfunding Platforms
Nike Builds Online Motivational Community Through Twitter
document Distributed Knowledge

Nike's ‘Make It Count’ campaign urges the public to share personal pledges on Twitter via the hashtag #makeitcount. The campaign stars a number of the UK’s top athletes making personal...

Harshida PatelJan 11, 2012 03:33 am GMT14420 views
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Nike Builds Online Motivational Community Through Twitter
Crowdsourced Motivation
blog Distributed Knowledge

Once a person signs up to the crowdfunding website HealthRally.com, they can set up a personal challenge for themselves with a deadline and invite friends and family members to pledge their...

Pablo BracciniJan 24, 2012 03:12 am GMT1684 views
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Crowdsourced Motivation
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