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Crowdsourcing Trends By Epi Ludvik Nekaj

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  • The sharing startups will unveil APIs for new growth. Like oDesk, expect new APIs to be available from Airbnb, Lyft, TaskRabbit, Liquidspace and beyond that connect social media management systems like Sprinklr, Expion, Spredfast, Hearsay, Adobe, Oracle, Lithium, Salesforce.
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    • 1. CROWD IMPACT CROWDSOURCING TRENDS
    • 2. 1991 Start of Internet and World Wide Web 2008 1998 First tweet Google search 2006 1995 2001 1994 Amazon starts Internet shop 2006 The Facebook goes online 2013 Managing the crowds
    • 3. @LPLus WHO RUNS INTERNET?
    • 4. @LPLus INTERNET POPULATION
    • 5. Open Innovation Sharing Economy CROWDSOURCING Crowdfunding Social Productivity
    • 6. @LPLus WORK THE WAY YOU LIVE The Consumerization of IT – a crowdsourced movement
    • 7. @LPLus
    • 8. TREND #1
    • 9. @LPLus Manufacturing Being Disrupted
    • 10. @LPLus Manufacturing Being Disrupted
    • 11. TREND #2
    • 12. @LPLus Monetary & Banking Systems Being Disrupted
    • 13. @LPLus
    • 14. TREND #3
    • 15. @LPLus Sharing Startups will Unveil API’s for new growth. The Crowd Becomes the Company.
    • 16. TREND #4
    • 17. @LPLus My Starbucks Idea
    • 18. @LPLus LEGO CUUSOO
    • 19. @LPLus Unilever
    • 20. TREND #5
    • 21. @LPLus By Don Tapscott
    • 22. @LPLus By Don Tapscott
    • 23. TREND #6
    • 24. @LPLus
    • 25. TREND #7
    • 26. @LPLus IT’S A BIRTH OF NEW SOCIAL CURRENCIES CROWDSOURCING = SOCIAL PRODUCTIVITY BUILT ON ACTIONS