Posts Tagged ‘crowdspring’

crowdSPRING Community Gives Back

Ross | December 3rd, 2008

crowdSPRING is proud to announce a new effort, just in time for the holidays. Give Back is our community’s way of helping worthy non-profit and charity causes in need. Creatives in the crowdSPRING community have agreed that for these special projects, no monetary awards will be given. crowdSPRING will waive its fees and will assist […]

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12 Questions: Meet Jon Moore (Indiana, USA)

Ross | December 3rd, 2008

In our 12 Questions blog series, we feature interviews with someone from the crowdSPRING community. For these interviews, we pick people who add value to our community – in the blog, in the forums, in the projects. Plainly – activities that make crowdSPRING a better community. Be professional, treat others with respect, help us build […]

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I Tried To Do Handstands For You…

admin | December 2nd, 2008

So, as my final days are approaching at crowdSPRING (sniff), I’ve been deep in the trenches, looking for the perfect person to fill my Womens’ size 6 1/2 shoes, and although my feet aren’t very big, they are quite capable, spunky, and dedicated! There’s a lot of excitement going on at cS central, and there […]

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How To Succeed As A Creative On crowdSPRING – Community Guide

Ross | December 1st, 2008

crowdSPRING is fortunate to have an amazing community of creatives. They number in the thousands, come from more than 125 countries [as of July 2010 – more than 175 countries], speak hundreds of languages, cover all age groups, demographics, experience, religions, etc. They’ve created graphics designs for companies in virtually every country of the world […]

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Twitter Link Round Up

admin | November 26th, 2008

Every week on the crowdSPRING Twitter account, I post loads and loads of fun links pertaining to logo design, web design social media, business, online marketing, and more! However, due to the fast-paced nature of microblogging, these links become buried within a few hours. So, I figured that it’d be nice to start the week […]

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Simple Things Make A Difference

Ross | November 26th, 2008

Earlier today, I re-tweeted something from Ken Walden (SuperHatz on Twitter). In his tweet, Ken said: “Do something in your business to help make a process better by 5, 10, 15%, now. Simple actions are the most effective.” Shortly after I re-tweeted Ken’s tweet, it occurred to me that we mostly focus on long-term goals […]

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Mike | November 24th, 2008

We’ve had several milestones recently on the crowdSPRING team. In the past few weeks, both Pete and Chad have celebrated their one-year anniversaries with us, and now (sniff) Angeline has decided to move on to greener pastures. Pete Burgeson was (and always will be) employee number 1 at cS. He was our first real hire, […]

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Somali Pirates And Lessons About Negative Publicity

Ross | November 24th, 2008

Today, hardly a day passes without a news report about how Somali pirates have managed to impact one of the most important sea trade routes in the world. In 2008 alone, pirates have attacked 90 ships and have successfully captured 14 of them. Recently, they seized a Ukrainian freighter transporting military equipment and a Saudi […]

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Celebrate Incremental Success

Ross | November 20th, 2008

We have a daily five minute all-team meeting at crowdSPRING. At this meeting, we review key performance metrics from the day before. We share this information with the entire team because we believe in being transparent and because we want each person on the team to know how we are doing as a company and […]

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Weekly Glance of Awesomeness #16

admin | November 20th, 2008

Hiya everyone, Here’s this Weekly Glance of Awesomeness, extra crunchy with mild spices. I hope you enjoy it! Glance #1: Blocklites Logo The Award: $300 End Date: November 22nd The Breakdown: Blocklites are a neat concept that allows signs to be visible during daytime, while being invisible at night when looked at with lights at […]

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