Following the relaunch of our homepage in September 2015, which has been created in a new and responsive design with a simplified navigation, we moreover relaunched our marketplace in March 2016 as announced. The marketplace appears in a completely new contemporary design and offers beside a simplified handling, many new features for an even more comfortable order placement. Since this relaunch we amplified the marketplace with further features and services.
Currently you can select on our marketplace from the following solutions and place orders:
(various types; with or without keywords)
(acquisition of survey participants)
E-commerce, big data, crowdfunding and cloud working – a few years ago these terms and similar keywords were only familiar to experts. Meanwhile they belong to everyday life. Digitalization has found its way into our lives – whether private or professional. Work has also changed; it offers many more opportunities than two decades ago. New markets and professions have been created, working hours and methods are changing too. At the same time digitalization entails risks: jobs are subject to cuts, employees are expected to be available 24/7. These changes have obviously not been lost on politicians. The German Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs addressed this topic in detail in the “Work 4.0 Dialogue“. The opening event took place on April 22, 2015, under the slogan “Re-imagining work”. Andrea Nahles, Federal Minister for Labor and Social Affairs, welcomed 300 experts to discuss topics surrounding the future of the workplace. At the same time, the basis of the dialogue was presented: the Green Paper Work 4.0.Read more
Operators of online shops generally use large amounts of crowd generated content. Product descriptions are the most common form of requested content. Basically every operator needs a website with high quality content for its offers. Either by using the additional information to distinguish themselves from competitors, to reach top positions in search engine rankings and / or to bind visitors and offer them added value. Hotel portals and reservation platforms or the websites of large hotel chains can greatly benefit from crowdsourcing and the creation of high quality content.
Types of crowdsourcingThe Crowdsourcing Report 2012 divides crowdsourcing into different categories. These include:
- Creative Content Marketplace
- Open Innovation and Ideas
- Collective Knowledge
- Engagement and Charity
In microworking users are given mini tasks, which cannot be processed by computers. Complex tasks are often divided into small individual jobs that are put back together again at the end of the project. The payment the users receive for these simple tasks, which includes searching for an address or telephone number or tagging content and products, is nominal.Read more
The term is composed of the words “crowd” and “outsourcing.” It originally attracted attention in 2006, when the American journalist, Jeff Howe, published his article “The Rise of Crowdsourcing” in “Wired” magazine. Howe ascribes the origins of crowdsourcing to the open-source movement and predicts a radical development with regard to the future production of goods in terms of the manufacturing process, the persons participating as well as the costs involved. The journalist, who, in 2008, also published the book “Crowdsourcing – Why the Power of the Crowd is Driving the Future of Business”, sees crowdsourcing as a process in which a company locates volunteers who are willing to process specific tasks via the Internet. The companies benefit from outsourcing internal tasks to a crowd of outsiders.Read more