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Branding on a Dime: A Guide to 11 Crowdsourcing Websites

Branding on a Dime: A Guide to 11 Crowdsourcing Websites

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Published by: Crowdsourcing.org on Feb 07, 2011
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by Dan Martell on Jul 25, 2010 
Flowtown is pleased to bring you our first big Internet-wide round up:11 quality crowdsourcing websites that can help you brand yourbusiness and improve your products. Crowdsourcing is a system inwhich a number of people independently work on an assignment fromyou and submit their best effort. You may then pick your favoritesubmission and pay only that person for their work. Croudsourcingallows businesses to overcome creative problems encountered byworking with only one designer, or the same few creative thinkers at theoffice, as your business comes to be defined by their specific tastes.
With croudsourcing, you can make use of hundreds
if not thousands
 of creative minds from all over the world, giving you the opportunity tobreak the usual company mold and release something truly original.
CrowdSPRING is a vast community of designers and writers ready totackle all of your logo, website, and content creation needs. Gettingstarted is as simple as posting the specifications of the job you wantdone and naming a price for the winning entry. According to theirwebsite, most entries get an average of 110 submissions, out of whichyou are free to select the one you like most and reject the others.
99 Designs
Whether you need designs for logos, icons, websites, WordPress blogs,or even t-shirts, there are designers on99 Designs ready to take on your job. The website claims most work orders get around 96 submissionsand that they have paid designers over $600,000 in the past month alone.In the unlikely event that the client does not like any of the manydesigns submitted, 99 Designs allows him or her to reject them all for a100% money back guarantee.

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