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The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
The problem with crowdsourcing!
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  • 1. The problem with crowdsourcing! Made by: @makeperfectsite
  • 2. The term:Crowdsourcing has been used a lot recently
  • 3. Its definition:Connecting to large groups of people (The crowd) via the Internet, for gathering knowledge, information and opinions.
  • 4. Nowadays,crowdsourcing can be done several ways on several platforms
  • 5. Like:
  • 6. Now...
  • 7. ...Lets look at the problems of doing crowdsourcing onthese popular sites
  • 8. On Twitter:
  • 9. If you post a tweetwith a question in it,probably no one will answer it *Unless you have tens of thousands of followers
  • 10. The cause: On Twitter you cantcontrol who follows you.
  • 11. This probably means you cant choose the right people to see andanswer your tweet.
  • 12. Now lets look at Dribbble:
  • 13. It is a nicecrowdsourcing platform...
  • 14. ...for design!
  • 15. And the problem is that it is only for design.
  • 16. And now Quora:
  • 17. Well, this is quite alot better than the previous 2 sites
  • 18. Yes you cancrowdsource on Quora!
  • 19. But only withannoying limits...
  • 20. ...You can only askfor knowledge and expertise.
  • 21. Not for opinions and ideas.
  • 22. Half...
  • 23. And here we arrive to our main problem:
  • 24. You cant crowdsource opinions on theinternet seamlessly !!!
  • 25. Oh wait...You can!
  • 26. On forums...
  • 27. *thinks for 30 seconds*
  • 28. Nah, you cant.
  • 29. So lets admit it,crowdsourcing onthe internet is not perfect.
  • 30. But this will change
  • 31. Introducing
  • 32. We are working hard to develop something that willsolve the problem of croudsouring opinions forever.
  • 33. Come and signup to get early access! ChilledLime.com
  • 34. Thanks for viewing! *And if you have a Twitteraccount please give us retweet! Thanks ;)
  • 35. Made by: Akos BartaMy personal Twitter:ChilledLimes Twitter: © 2012 ChilledLime.com & Akos Barta

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