“a place to get answers, to share what you know, to read, and to think” Quora is a website that allows users to anonymously post questions on a variety of topics and receive answers from anyone. The best answers are […]
Yik Yak is crushing funny through crowd-sourcing.
Summit Series has crowdfunded and crowdsourced a new resort and town plan for Powder Mountain in Eden Utah. The Question is to what end?
How M&Ms used the crowd to reinvigorate its brand through simple, tangible product change
Professional sport teams can improve their rosters by crowdsourcing ideas from their fan base.
Crowdsourcing has permeated almost every industry, including the government. Notable examples of success in government include the community development of a 17-acre plot of land in Bristol Connecticut, a contest for community improvement in Birmingham Alabama, and user generated iPhone […]
AngelList – an investing platform with the tagline “Where the world meets startups” – has historically been a platform where angel investors could review self-created profiles from aspiring entrepreneurs (think LinkedIn for startups). If an angel investor liked what they […]
The White House petition platform has been largely ineffective in raising legitimate issues and generates significantly more attention for outlandish requests, such as the creation of a Death Star.
ShopShareCrop presents a crowdsourcing solutions for grabbing those last-minute grocery items – without the excess fees of Instacart.
Yoga pants that double as dress pants? Reflective blazers for biking to work? “Executive” hoodies with pinstripes and cuffs, or “Academic” hoodies with tweed and elbow patches? “Sock Insurance” in case the laundry eats one of yours? If the market demands…