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  • THE MOST TRENDS FACING SMALL BUSINESSES IN 2011 A comprehensive research study by acid test marketing
  • #1 Danger: The CLUTTER Factor Average consumer faced with commercial messages per day! The consumer is hit with an average of commercial messages per day!
  • 60,000,000 people are on the “Do Not Call” Registry! Unreachable Consumers 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Ad-Blockers Resenters Resisters56% resist buying from companies that advertise “too much!”
  • OK, here’s the secret . . . Select a narrow, specific “ideal” target market and communicate continually.
  • #2 Danger: Perceived Indifference! Death Move Buy From Friend Perceived Sold By Competitor Price Too High
  • Some disturbing facts . . . Major corporations lose, and therefore must replace, a good of their customers every 5 years!A typical company’s customersleave at a rate of per year,a figure that is increasing annually!
  • The good news is . . . An average of of customers who complain about an incident will do business with you again you resolve their problem.
  • #3 Danger: Lagging Behind Web 2.0!Now more than ever, it’s vital for companies to embrace not only the latest technologies, but crucial social networks, as well!
  • #4 Danger: Increasing Marketing Costs Decreasing Effectiveness Cost Effect
  • The law of Diminishing Returns!In 2011 it costs more than as much as it did in 1992 to reach prospective Customers. In 2011 it takes to reach your buyer where it only took 4 in 1992. Therefore , in 2011 it costs achieved in 1992.
  • #5 Danger: Increasing Competition Increasing Failures! Over new businesses start every year! More than within the first 2 years!Lack of sufficient capitalPoor management skillsLack of sales
  • Avoid Frustration! 3% BUYING Now 7% OPEN To It 30% NOT Thinking About It30% Don’t THINK They’re Interested 30% KNOW they’re Not Interested
  • To Increase Your Odds of Success . . .Don’t waste another dollar guessing at what works best. Call today for aBusiness Assessment to identify your key leverage areas. The Team of experts at will determine your Lowest Cost/Highest Returns Sales and Marketing Strategies.
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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS CLICK TO EDIT MASTER TEXT STYLES INSIGHTS. RESEARCH. ADVISORY. TABLE OF CONTENTSABOUT THIS RESEARCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3SUMMARY OF KEY MESSAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41. INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52. MARKET GROWTH AND MATURITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93. WORKER TRENDS AND COMPOSITION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194. CLIENT TRENDS AND DEMAND PROFILE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 285. PROVIDER STRATEGIES AND CAPABILITIES OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33APPENDIX. PROFILES OF PARTICIPATING CSP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 50M.9.2.001 © 2012 Crowdsourcing, LLC | research@crowdsourcing.org PAGE 2
  • INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY CLICK TO EDIT MASTER TEXT STYLES INSIGHTS. RESEARCH. ADVISORY. SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY 1. INTRODUCTION AND This research provides data-driven insights on the CS market trends. Our METHODOLOGY analyses are based on the data collected through online survey of 32 crowdsourcing service providers, who answered more than 100 detailed questions. The survey was conducted under strict non-disclosure rules, hence all the data in in this survey is aggregated or averaged. 2. MARKET GROWTH AND The participating providers represent a significant portion of the MATURITY crowdsourcing market, collectively accounting for over 200 million tasks and more than 375 million dollars in revenues. The sample of participating providers is very diverse. It includes 3. WORKER TRENDS AND representatives of all 5 categories of Enterprise crowdsourcing market COMPOSITION (as defined by Crowdsourcing.org). These categories are:  Expertise-based tasks  Ideation tasks  Micro-tasks 4. CLIENT TRENDS AND  Freelance services DEMAND PROFILE  Software services The participants also deploy different models of crowdsourcing service delivery, such as:  Provider of crowdsourced workforce 5. PROVIDER STRATEGIES  Facilitator of crowdsourced workforce AND CAPABILITIES  Crowdsourcing platform vendor OVERVIEW To provide deeper market insights, where possible, we conduced our analyses separately for these crowdsourcing categories and models of crowdsourcing delivery.M.9.2.001 © 2012 Crowdsourcing, LLC | research@crowdsourcing.org PAGE 3
  • INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY CLICK TO EDIT MASTER TEXT STYLES INSIGHTS. RESEARCH. ADVISORY. WE HAVE COLLECTED DATA FROM A DIVERSE SET OF 32 CROWDSOURCING SERVICE PROVIDERS Thanks to participation of 32 CSP we managed to Composition of respondents by CS assemble a sample of data that represents a category significant part of the crowdsourcing market and allows us to draw data driven conclusions that 16% reliably illustrate crowdsourcing market trends. SOFTWARE SERVICES 37% Our respondents represent all the key categories EXPERTISE-BASED of the crowdsourcing marketplace, including:  Expertise-based tasks  Ideation tasks  Micro-tasks 16% FREELANCE  Freelance platforms  Software services The conclusions in the report are based on the data representing over 200 million tasks, 16% managed by the participating CSP. Majority of MICROTASKS 15% tasks were conducted on the micro-task focused IDEATION platforms. Source: Crowdsourcing.org, 2011M.9.2.001 © 2012 Crowdsourcing, LLC | research@crowdsourcing.org PAGE 4
  • SUMMARY OF KEY MESSAGES STYLES CLICK TO EDIT MASTER TEXT INSIGHTS. RESEARCH. ADVISORY. CROWDSOURCING.ORG DEFINES FOUR CATEGORIES OF CROWD- SOURCING USE CASES IN THE ENTERPRISE MARKET SEGMENT Ideation-based tasks are completed by online workers engaged in the creative process of generating, developing, and communicating new ideas, where an idea is understood as a basic element of thought that can be visual, concrete, or abstract. Ideation is all stages of a thought cycle, from innovation, to development, to actualization. Expertise-based tasks are completed by online workers that are widely recognized as a reliable source of technique or skill, or accorded authority and status by their peers, or who possess knowledge based on a familiarity with someone or something that can include philosophy, facts, descriptions, information, and/or skills acquired through experience or education. It can refer to both the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject. Freelance services are performed by workers who are not committed to any particular employer long term and serve as independent contractors. Freelanced services usually have more flexible scope and are charged by the day, hour, a piece rate, or per-project basis. Software services include design, development, testing and user feedback gathering for programming code, software products and online applications. These services can be conducted by experts who possess specific skills or certifications; or users with no specialized knowledge or expertise. Micro-Tasks are short duration tasks completed by online workers. Micro-tasks require no specialized knowledge or expertise other than a basic level of comprehension and cognitive judgmentM.9.2.001 © 2012 Crowdsourcing, LLC | research@crowdsourcing.org PAGE 5
  • MARKET GROWTH AND MATURITY CLICK TO EDIT MASTER TEXT STYLES INSIGHTS. RESEARCH. ADVISORY. ENTERPRISE CROWDSOURCING CONTINUED ACCELERATING IN 2011 REACHING ~75% GROWTH, LARGELY DRIVEN BY INTERNET SERVICES INDUSTRY Enterprise crowdsourcing continues to Crowdsourcing market revenue demonstrate aggressive and accelerating growth 2009-2011 growth. In our sample of the providers, revenues grew 375.70 approximately 53% from 2009 to 2010 and then accelerated to approximately 75% from 2010 to 2011. 74.7% 214.90 52.5% Note: This growth analysis is conducted on the GROSS revenues of the CS providers, i.e., total monetary receipts from the CS clients. An alternative approach to measuring 140.80 revenues would be through the NET revenues, i.e., total fees collected by the providers on all their transactions. We did not perform this analysis due to inconsistencies in the responses. 2009 2010 2011 Source: Crowdsourcing.org, 2011M.9.2.001 © 2012 Crowdsourcing, LLC | research@crowdsourcing.org PAGE 6
  • MARKET GROWTH AND MATURITY CLICK TO EDIT MASTER TEXT STYLES INSIGHTS. RESEARCH. ADVISORY. CROWDSOURCING MARKET REVENUE IS DRIVEN PRIMARILY BY SMALL ENTERPRISES AND START-UPS, LARGE ENTERPRISES ARE ACTIVE IN IDEATION Detailed analysis of the revenue by crowdsourcing category also reveals that the adoption pattern varies by category. Freelance companies are most dependent on Large Enterprise (>$1B in Revenues) start-ups as clients, followed by Software Medium Enterprise ($100M - $1B in Revenues) Services category. Ideation is focused Small Enterprise ($10M - $100M in Revenues) primarily on Large and Medium enterprise Start Ups & Small Businesses(<$10M in Revenues) segments. 2% 3% 23% 40% 10% 30% 15% 40% Expertise-based crowdsourcing is the most 81% 21% 5% diversified in terms of target client segments, 13% it exhibits almost equal share of every 31% 35% 30% 53% segment. Note: for the purposes of this analysis we defined client 24% 25% segments as follows: 20% Start-up companies and small businesses - companies with 0% less that $10M in revenues EXPERTISE IDEATION MICRO- FREELANCE SOFTWARE Small Enterprise - companies with $10-100 M in revenues -BASED TASKS SERVICES Medium Enterprise - companies with $100M - 1B in revenues Large Enterprise - companies with revenues in excess of $1B Source: Crowdsourcing.org, 2011M.9.2.001 © 2012 Crowdsourcing, LLC | research@crowdsourcing.org PAGE 7
  • WORKER TRENDS AND COMPOSITION CLICK TO EDIT MASTER TEXT STYLES INSIGHTS. RESEARCH. ADVISORY. MOST CROWDSOURCING WORKERS ARE BETWEEN AGES 18 AND 40 WITH ~60% MALES Gender composition of the workforce points out slight preference to male population (59% male vs. 41% female). This breakdown varies by CS category with most male workers preference observed in software services (reflecting the overall profile of the software industry) and more female workers in Micro-task category. Interestingly the Ideation category shows almost perfect 50/50 breakdown. Average of Female Average of Male 69.8 63.1 55.0 56.4 50.0 50.0 41% 45.0 43.6 FEMALE 36.9 59% 30.3 MALE EXPERTISE- IDEATION MICRO-TASKS FREELANCE SOFTWARE BASED SERVICES Source: Crowdsourcing.org, 2011M.9.2.001 © 2012 Crowdsourcing, LLC | research@crowdsourcing.org PAGE 8
  • PROVIDER STRATEGIES AND CAPABILITIES OVERVIEW CLICK TO EDIT MASTER TEXT STYLES INSIGHTS. RESEARCH. ADVISORY. CSP OFFER WIDE RANGE OF QUALITY CONTROL METHODOLOGIES, WORKER ASSESSMENT IS THE MOST COMMON Every company offers more than one quality control methodology. Worker assessment is the most prevalent one offered by more than 92% of the providers. Peer and % Of Quality Control Methodology expert review are also common at INJECTED TESTING (i.e., more that 80% of the providers. GOLD STANDARD) 53.8% Multiplicity and injected testing are the lest preferable approaches to MULTIPLICITY 57.7% quality control, although they are still offered by more than half of the WORKER PRE- 76.9% providers. QUALIFICATION EXPERT REVIEW 80.8% PEER REVIEW 80.8% ONGOING WORKER ASSESSMENT/RANKING 92.3% Source: Crowdsourcing.org, 2011M.9.2.001 © 2012 Crowdsourcing, LLC | research@crowdsourcing.org PAGE 9
  • APPENDIX. EDIT MASTER TEXT STYLES CLICK TO PROVIDER PROFILES INSIGHTS. RESEARCH. ADVISORY. APPENDIX. PROFILES OF PARTICIPATING CSP•10 EQS •MobileWorks•Blur Group •Mypitch•Capseo •New Dialogues•CloudFactory •oDesk•CrowdControl Software •PricingProphets.com•CrowdEngineering •Projektwerk•CrowdFlower •Samasource•CrowdSource •ScriptLance•CrowdTogether •Thinkspeed•DesignRider •Trada•Elance •Topcoder•Freelancer •Twago AG•ImageBrief •Utest•LINGOTEK •Userfeedback GmbH•Lionbridge Technologies •Voice123•MediaPistonM.9.2.001 © 2012 Crowdsourcing, LLC | research@crowdsourcing.org PAGE 10
  • PROVIDER PROFILE CLICK TO EDIT MASTER TEXT STYLES INSIGHTS. RESEARCH. ADVISORY. Founded in 2009, USA 10EQS provides high-quality, high-speed solutions to critical business Sugath Warnakulasuriya, CEO issues via a consulting approach that taps into the collective sw@10eqs.com expertise of the world. www.10eqs.com BUSINESS HISTORY VALUE PROPOSITION 10EQS was founded by McKinsey & Co alumni who seek combine traditional  Market intelligence and management consulting and problem solving methodologies with the reach of the insight internet to tap into deep expertise on-demand. 10EQS has built a Web 3.0 platform  Competitive assessment which supports online collaboration, problem structuring, crowd–solving, and end-to-  Best practices end acquisition-to-fulfillment support for clients and experts. 10EQS now serves a  Benchmarking wide range of industries across all regions, and has global sales and delivery presence  Engage top experts including in North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America. throughout the world and facilitate their collaboration to develop SUCCESS TO DATE and deliver targeted, high-quality solutions In the last 2 years, 10EQS has served 60+ top global companies in industries ranging across a wide range of from Financial Services, Industrials, Energy, Utilities, High-Tech, Telecomm and Media, industries and business in markets including US, Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Middle East/Africa. 10EQS functions, quickly and has already become a critical business utility for some of the largest and most cost-efficiently. prominent companies in the world.M.9.2.001 © 2012 Crowdsourcing, LLC | research@crowdsourcing.org PAGE 11
  • CLICK TO EDIT MASTER TEXT STYLES INSIGHTS. RESEARCH. ADVISORY. ABOUT MASSOLUTION Crowdsourcing.org is an initiative by massolution. This research has been produced by massolution, a unique research, advisory, and implementation firm that specializes in crowdsourcing solutions for private, public, and social enterprises. We work with leading organizations to deliver crowdsourcing business models that access an on- demand, scalable workforce to deliver improved business performance and to drive product and service innovation and enhanced levels of customer engagement. Our team has experience working in large enterprise environments designing, implementing, and managing crowdsourcing initiatives. CROWDSOURCING, LLC Email: research@crowdsourcing.org www.massolution.com Twitter: @Crowdsourcing_ www.crowdsourcing.orgM.9.2.001 © 2012 Crowdsourcing, LLC | research@crowdsourcing.org PAGE 12
  • New Deck:
  • Agriculture and State Development in the “Land Between the Rivers”
  • The Wealth of the Land₪ Natural resources  Tigris and Euphrates Rivers  Fertile soil and abundant sunshine  Wide variety of native plant and animal species  Nearby mountains rich in metals, timber, and semi-precious stones Click for Map
  • Semi-Precious Stones Like . . . Carnelian Obsidian Lapis Lazuli Click for Map
  • Eridu … 1,700 Years of Temple BuildingDiagram of Eridu with Temple Abzu Temple of Enki, god of water and wisdom Complex Evidence of fish offerings Click for Map
  • Early-Dynastic Period₪ City-states worship 1 deity plus a common pantheon  Pantheon headed by Enlil, king of the gods₪ Burial Practices differ  Commoners buried under floor in homes  Few grave goods  Elites buried in cemeteries  Lavish grave goods Click for Map
  • Gold and Lapis Dagger Silver Lyre c. 2,400 BC c. 2,500 BC Excavation Site Royal Cemetery of Ur“Scarlet Ware” Jar Shell “Goat” Plaque c. 2,900 BC c. 2,400 BC Gold and Carnelian Gold Helmet Necklace c. 2,400 c. 2,400 BC Click for Map
  • Gudea of Lagash Hands folded in serene pietyStatuary displays an unprecedented realism Click for Map
  • Palace of Zimri-Lim₪ Multi-storied mud-brick and timber edifice₪ Inner courtyards enclosed by multiple rooms₪ Drainage systems₪ Elaborate frescoes and tapestries₪ Fortified throne room₪ Multiplicity of administrative, religious, residential, and craft areas Click for Map
  • Palace of Zimri-Lim Excavation Site Click for Map 
  • Remains of Palace Courtyard Click for Map 
  • HattusaKarum Kanesh  Halaf  Ugarit  Mari   Isin Susa  Larsa  Nippur Ubay  Hover Mouse Over Button To Return
  • New Deck:
  • The Dentist Our Friend
  • I’m so happy to be here!
  • Here’s what you’ll see . . . Masks and gloves to Special tools that keep you safe from teeth like. germs.And happy, friendly people who want to help you.
  • Open W I D E !!
  • Happy, healthy teeth! I LOVE coming to the dentist!
  • When a tooth hurts, the dentist can make it allOw!! My better. Don’t tooth worry, really Johnny, I hurts! can help!
  • Who has happy teeth? I do!! I do!! © 2010 Purple Penguin Presentations
  • New Deck:
  • Portion Control Weight Loss Dinnerware System forHealth and Wellness Programs www.PrecisePortions.com Ann-Marie Stephens Ed Stephens Precise Portions © 2011
  • So What Is It? Portion Control Plates, Bowls, and Glasses 3
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  • New Deck:
  • Stages of DevelopmentBadarian Naqada I Naqada II Naqada III Early OldCulture • (Amratian) • (Gerzean) • (Proto- Dynastic Kingdom• Ca. 5,500 – • 3,800 – • 3,500 – Dynastic) • 2,950 – • 2,575 – 3,800 BC 3,500 BC 3,200 BC • 3,200 – 2,575 BC 2,150 BC 2,950 BC Click For Map 
  • Naqada I (Amratian Culture)Red pottery with shiny blacktops or geometric designsBurials for commonersmuch the same as Badarianera – grave goods include Pottery, jewelry, slate palettes (for preparing eye makeup) food, weapons Female fertility figurines and bearded male figures Click For Map 
  • Naqada III (Proto Dynastic) King Narmer (Menes)Dynasty 1Ca. 3,100 BCSometimes referred toas King CatfishCredited with unifyingUpper & Lower Egypt But Egypt was unified slowly over generations of kings … he just put the last piece in place Narmer Palette Click For Map 
  • Early Dynastic Khasekhemwy2nd DynastyCa. 2,686 BCLast Pharaoh buried in AbydosHuge tombLargest mud-brick structure inthe world (230’ long X 56’ wide) Divided into 58 rooms + TempleIntentional mummification Click For Map 
  • Old KingdomThe Pharaoh Personification of Horus, son of Osiris Also identified with Osiris, god of the dead Duties include: Mediating between gods & people Guaranteeing change of seasons Guaranteeing annual floods Guaranteeing safety from natural disasters and enemies Joins the gods after death Click For Map 
  • Mythology of IsisSister/wife of Osiris; Mother ofHorusGreatest goddess of Egyptthroughout its long historyOsiris Myth: Osiris murdered by brother Set who tore the body into 14 pieces and scattered the parts Isis searched for and found the pieces; through magic she reanimated Osiris in order to conceive Horus Click For Map 
  • Giza Memphis Saqqara Dahshur Meidum Amarna Abydos Naqada Jebel Tjauti Thebes Hierakonpolis© 2010 Purple Penguin Presentations Click To Return 
  • New Deck:
  • Who Is Deaf? Deaf individuals are in every country, every race, every profession. We are as unique, talented, educated, dedicated, and driven as the hearing community. Given the opportunity, we work together as equals. 2
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  • National Association of the Deaf The National Association of the Deaf (NAD) NAD advocates for deaf human rights 6
  • TSSF PROGRAMS2012 7
  • Program: Business Partnerships Deaf CEOs and Executives work together withbusiness leaders to find solutions and integrate deaf professionals into the workforce.2012 8
  • Deaf Business ExecutivesUnique monthly networking opportunities to bring deaf CEOs and Executives together for mutual benefit. Key topic: Establishing how to help hearing professionals feel comfortable working with co-workers or employers who are deaf, oralists, or hard of hearing (HH).2012 9
  • National Networking Platform 1,000+ deaf CEOs outside of Washington State can be included in supporting and sharing successes across state lines for exponential, mutual benefit.2012 10
  • Technology Initiatives2012 11
  • w w w. s e t h s h a n n o n . o rg Twitter: @sethshannonTSSF Thank You!2012
  • New Deck:
  • Interior and Exterior Design
  •  Kitchen and Bath Updates Environmental Efficiency  Heating and Air Conditioning Systems  Solar Panel Installations  Replacement Windows and Doors Interior: Painting, Flooring, Room Resizing Exterior: Siding, Roofs, Driveways, Patios, Decks
  • Solar Panels
  • Replacement windows anddoors cut heating and cooling bills in half while enhancing beauty and functionality!
  • Would these  Painting is walls boost your energy more than after a hard day’s work? just a facelift for your home, it’s a psychological and emotional tonic for yourself andOr rather would this room help your family. you kick back and relax?
  • The glorious gleam of carpeting TheThe dazzling glint hardwood plush warmth of tileFlooring is basic. Whether luxury, function, or convenienceis your guide, we have a solution forevery budget.
  • Patios