Posts Tagged ‘community’

Community creative – how we work

Mike | September 27th, 2010

Early this summer we surveyed over 500 Creatives on crowdSPRING to help us gain a better understanding of our community – who we are, how we work, and what drives us creatively. The results were fascinating and, although we are still sorting through the data, some really interesting information had come into focus. A few […]

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5 great viral marketing campaigns (and what small businesses can learn from them!)

Mike | September 13th, 2010

At crowdSPRING we talk a great deal about how we can leverage our limited marketing resources to drive traffic and revenues and build strong community. Some of the traffic-tactics we use involve good old fashioned payola: paid search, banner ads, affiliate programs, etc. Other tactics leverage partnerships with other businesses to create mutual value and […]

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Panelpicker time at SXSW! Let the voters decide!

Mike | August 23rd, 2010

It’s South by Southwest panel picker time again! August is when folks from around the world have the chance to view panel submissions for next year’s SXSW Interactive Festival and things are in full swing. First a shameless pitch – VOTE FOR US! Ross and I have submitted proposals for the 3rd year in a […]

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Small business and startup tips: track your own customer service data

Mike | July 12th, 2010

It’s been over a year since I last updated the community on our efforts to build a world-class customer service organization. We are committed to providing great support and doing it in a timely, polite, and efficient manner. Since we launched in May of 2008 we have provided customer service via our online Help Center, […]

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