5 great crowdsourcing solutions to let Web 2.0 work for your business

The Web 2.0 technology brings together people from around the world to do more than just socialize. Crowdsourcing is a way to put them to work and innovative companies are creating great ways digital professionals can harness the power of diverse talent and resources. Here are 5 ideas to get you started. Naming – namethis:

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Need Widgets? Microsites? Ad units? Sprout provides a powerful and easy solution.

In January Sprout launched SproutBuilder, a quick and easy way for anyone to build, publish, and manage widgets, mini-sites, mashups, banners and more. Include video, audio, images and newsfeeds and choose from dozens of pre-built components and web services. At first I thought this may be some kind of “prosumer” tool, nice for marketers or

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5 things to consider when planning a Web 2.0 solution

Originally posted in the February ITWiki Newsletter, Network World Web 2.0 technologies are changing the way online solutions are being developed. The popularity of social websites like Flickr, MySpace and Youtube and technology that promotes collaboration such as blogs, wikis, tags and widgets have made Web 2.0 functionality an important consideration for enterprise development. When

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Rivalmap – Web 2.0 competitive analysis and collaboration

Web 2.0 and social media technology solutions began with wide appeal and are rapidly evolving to server specific business functions. One critical business problem is data overload. A recently released Workplace Productivity Survey, commissioned by LexisNexis notes “…seven out of 10 office workers in the United States feel overwhelmed by information in the workplace, and more

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