Posts Tagged ‘crowdspring’

Can Ants Teach Us About Marketing on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube?

Ross | November 3rd, 2008

Ants are fascinating insects. E.O. Wilson and Bert Hölldobler, in their 1991 Pulitzer Winning book The Ants, described an ant colony as a superogranism – a vast social network. The ants in the colony communicate with each other by following chemical trails left by other ants. (Photo by aristeos) What do ants have to do with social networks […]

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Inspiration on Tumblr

Angeline | October 31st, 2008

Many musicians and artists have embraced microblogging platform Tumblr due to its simplicity and ease of use. The site encourages quick posts, offering you the options of uploading text, a quote, photo, link, chat, or video. The end result is more of a scrapbook versus the traditional blog. The Tumblr staff has created a section […]

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crowdSPRING Lolcats

Angeline | October 28th, 2008

If you have no clue as to what an “Lolcat” is, then you have probably never been bored and on the internet. Made popular by websites such as I Can Has Cheezburger?, these grammatically incorrect and sassy felines have invaded monitors worldwide with their silliness. These Lolcats are so rampant among the internet that The […]

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Twitter Link Round Up

Angeline | October 27th, 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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12 Questions: Meet Tammy Collins (Tennessee, USA)

Ross | October 27th, 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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The Rubitone

Angeline | October 27th, 2008

Concept for the “Rubitone” – a Rubik’s Cube meets Pantone Color Matching System guide – by industrial designer, Ignacio Pilotto. Industrial design is interesting when creatives are able to develop products that are beautiful, fun, intuitive, and functional. It’s no easy feat!

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The Evolution of a co-Founder

Angeline | October 23rd, 2008

Today marks a monumental day in crowdSPRING history. As a company filled with creative, like-minded individuals who love and appreciate good design and usability, it’s no surprise that the soft glow of Apples beam throughout the office on our MacBook Pros. Pete even has the copy from the heralded “Think Different” Apple advertising campaign taped […]

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Twitter Link Round Up

Angeline | October 20th, 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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Worry About What You Say More Than What Others Say About You

Ross | October 20th, 2008

The blogosphere and print media are full of articles about corporations leveraging the Internet, including social networks such as MySpace, Facebook and Twitter (among others), to provide customer service and to manage their online reputations. I recently wrote about “personal brands” and whether people are brands. We spend far too much time worrying about what others […]

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