The Crowdsourcing Handbook - The How To On Crowdsourcing, Complete Expert's Hints And Tips Guide By The Leading Experts, Everything You Need To Know About Crowdsourcing

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This most comprehensive and complete book for Crowdsourcing serves as a Practical Guide to getting into and understanding Crowdsourcing. This well organized, large Guide to Crowdsourcing is an excellent Reference and your must have Crowdsourcing Toolbox containing great info for those who hunger for more!

Tap into the power of the Social Web through connected networks and consumer-oriented media through connected networks and consumer-oriented ...

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Overview

This most comprehensive and complete book for Crowdsourcing serves as a Practical Guide to getting into and understanding Crowdsourcing. This well organized, large Guide to Crowdsourcing is an excellent Reference and your must have Crowdsourcing Toolbox containing great info for those who hunger for more!

Tap into the power of the Social Web through connected networks and consumer-oriented media through connected networks and consumer-oriented media, and get this book filled with Tactics, Tools, and Strategies for Business Success.

Want to (start) using Crowdsourcing as Powerful Business Tools? Do you want to learn how to use the Technology to share information better and make users More Powerful? This book is your guide on Crowdsourcing and Everything You Want to Know but Are Afraid to Ask. This book clarifies how to use Crowdsourcing for Online Collaboration and Leverage it to Grow Your Business.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive examples, references and links to get you started right away this book covers: Crowdsourcing, Participatory design, Human-based computation, Citizen science, LazyWeb, Utest, Netflix Prize, Dolores Labs, Galaxy Zoo, Smartsheet, FamilySearch Indexing, InnoCentive, Emporis, ESP game, ReCAPTCHA, MoveOn.org, Oxfam Novib, Amazon Mechanical Turk, Stardust@home, Innovation Exchange, Goldcorp, Foldit, Distributed Proofreaders, OpenStreetMap, Leblanc process, Longitude prize, BenoƮt Fourneyron, Montyon Prizes, Nicolas Appert, Loebner Prize, Millennium Prize Problems, Clickworkers, Co-creation, Collective intelligence, Mass customization, Crowdcasting, Crowd funding, Distributed computing, Distributed thinking, The Long Tail, Mass collaboration, Urtak, Micro-revenue, Open innovation, Social commerce, Toolkits for User Innovation, Tuangou, Wikinomics, The Wisdom of Crowds

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781742441856
  • Publisher: Emereo Pty Ltd
  • Publication date: 9/11/2009
  • Pages: 156
  • Product dimensions: 8.27 (w) x 11.69 (h) x 0.33 (d)

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