Posts Tagged ‘blog’

New crowdSPRING policy in LOGO projects!

Jerome | March 1st, 2010

Hi All, For a long time now, many Creatives in our community have wanted to submit entries to logo design projects showing their design on various “collateral” items, such as tee shirts, hats, packaging, business cards, etc. Until now, we have not permitted this, because we felt it was unfair to other creatives who could […]

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Small Business Spotlight Of the Week: Barspace.tv

Laura | February 26th, 2010

There are too many nights where I want to go out and a bar down the street is having a great special but I never know if the people there are the kind of people I want to be around or even if it’s busy. Now, there’s Barspace (www.barspace.tv), a social networking site where you […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: CAfrica Sports

Laura | February 19th, 2010

If any of you are as excited as I am about the FIFA World Cup being held for the very first time in an African country then you’ll be just as excited about this company that posted a project on crowdSPRING. CAfrica Sports (pronounced see-Africa-sports) was in need of a logo and stationery design for […]

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We’re not Burger King, but we still want you to ‘Have it Your Way’

Bethany | November 4th, 2009

The crowdSPRING message is all over the place – we have a blog, we use Twitter, we have Facebook, we have email, we have customer support tickets and oh yeah, we even have phones. We’ve tried to cover all our bases on how to get out our message and constantly work on ensuring you’re able […]

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Granny is totally LOL’ing at you

Bethany | October 20th, 2009

Over the past several weeks, my middle-aged mom (don’t tell her I said that, she still considers herself VERY young) has been talking to me about Twitter, Facebook and blogs.  I kind of laughed it off for awhile until one day she forwarded me a link – and to my surprise is was HER OWN […]

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10 Small Business Social Media Marketing Tips, (Part 1 of 2)

Ross | October 20th, 2009

One of the biggest challenges for small businesses who want to market using social media is capacity. crowdSPRING is a small business – there are only 10 people on our team – so we understand this challenge well. You must decide whether social media makes sense for your small business. There is no universal answer. […]

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