Category Archives: Crowdsourcing

For $5, I will…

Want to be a social media strategist, designer, programmer, writer, session musician, backup singer, coach, financial consultant, virtual assistant, or prankster … or just want to exercise your creative muscle in ways that your day job just doesn’t, can’t, or … Continue reading

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The Crowd is Coming … for your job.

Or are they bringing opportunity? They are part of what Deloitte calls, the augmented workforce. Driven by the rapid acceleration of connectivity and cognitive technologies like machine learning, natural language processing, speech recognition, and robotics, the augmented workforce is changing how … Continue reading

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Crowd’s here, now what?

Your social media promotions were amazing! You have a crowd, but now how do you get them to engage? Take Germany’s Pirate Party, back in 2012, the grassroots political party was at the charge of what they deemed a digital … Continue reading

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And the Real Winner is…

T-Mobile.   Airbnb.   According to Merkle’s 2017 Digital Bowl Report, T-Mobile grabbed top spot for most effective Super Bowl ad campaigns across digital channels including social media, paid search, SEO, and digital media/display. Merkle, a global performance marketing agency, … Continue reading

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State Slogans and Social Media Wrath–Rhode Island’s Example

The beach at Fort Adams State Park in Newport, R.I. “Rhode Island: Cooler and Warmer,” a new slogan intended to help the state attract tourists and businesses, encountered a backlash on social media. Credit Elise Amendola/Associated Press It all started innocently enough. … Continue reading

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Hashtags don’t track Sh#t

Last week when Instagram suggested which users and  postings I would like based on the people I follow, my feed was inundated with pictures of the runway called Coachella. So as I began to research what I was interested in … Continue reading

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If only Batman used a Crowd Sourcing Tool

Not sure if anyone who is reading this blog post watches Gotham on Fox, but I sure do. It’s a new version of Batman, only Bruce Wayne is still a kid and the main character is really Detective Jim Gordan, … Continue reading

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