Trendy company is going to trendy conference


Europe’s most important digital marketing conference is coming up very soon– the dmexco in Cologne. This show is all about what’s happening in digital marketing right now and besides top exhibitors, the show also offers interesting talks, debates and seminars. This year they anticipate there will be over 300 exhibitors and around 15,000 visitors at dmexco.

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News 8 WROC Rochester: Clickworker Boosted by International Investors

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The headquarters of Clickworker may look small. That’s because the majority of its workforce doesn’t work out of the Pittsford office. “We have internet workers – more than 25,000 in the U.S.,” said David Moufarrege of Clickworker. “(They) take on small projects at a time and process them.” What makes this company unique isn’t the thousands of part-time workers it has hired in the last five months. It’s who’s funding the hiring push – German investors.

CrowdConf – First international conference about Crowdsourcing

CrowdConf 2010The CrowdConf 2010 on 4th October in San Francisco has just been announced. This will be the first international conference focusing on crowdsourcing and distributed work.Read more

Clickworker against the radical right – a beginning

15.08.2010 clickworker blog 2 Comments

It began with us wanting to support a non-profit organization and to do something positive.

Our internet research led us to the Amadeu Antonio Stiftung. The foundation has clear goals: to develop and support efforts for a democratic society and to actively work against the radical right, racism and anti-semitism.

We can only support these goals!

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Clickworker tasks: Moving beyond just clicking

10.08.2010 clickworker blog 1 Comment

When many people think of crowdsourcing they often think of the look-and-click tasks that were some of the first documented examples of crowdsourcing in the 1990’s. For example, between November 2000 and September 2001, volunteer clickworkers helped NASA identify craters in photos from Mars. And in 2007 Michael Jackson’s white glove in the video of “Billie Jean” was marked by clickworkers 125,000 times in 72 hours during the White Glove Tracking project.

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