Announcements

The October cS Award and The September cS Award Winner

Mike | October 4th, 2011

Earlier this year, we announced that we would issue a monthly cS Award to honor quality work by designers and writers in the crowdSPRING community. October cS Award We have been working hard to establish a new reputation system for our community. We are doing this because we recognize that our community works hard, creates […]

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The agency is Dead! Long live the agency!

Mike | September 19th, 2011

This week I will be speaking at Ad:tech London with our friend John Winsor, the CEO of Victors and Spoils. We will be discussing the future of the agency, the current business climate, crowdsourcing and the new models for delivering creative in the post-agency world. Among other questions, we will be discussing the economic impact of […]

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The United Nations and crowdSPRING

Ross Kimbarovsky | September 16th, 2011

Recently, crowdSPRING hosted a project for the United Nations Population Fund 7 Billion Actions Campaign. The Campaign was developed to raise awareness around the opportunities and challenges associated with a world of seven billion people (we are expected to hit that mark around October 31, 2011), and to inspire governments, NGO’s private industry, media, academia and […]

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The September cS Award and The August cS Award Winner

Ross Kimbarovsky | September 7th, 2011

Earlier this year, we announced that we would issue a monthly cS Award to honor quality work by designers and writers in the crowdSPRING community. September cS Award The September cS Award of $1,000 will be given to a creative who posts the most useful and interesting content to crowdSPRING’s Facebook fan page during the […]

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Project Galleries: Public Vs. Private

Audree | September 7th, 2011

Although project galleries on crowdSPRING can be visible to all users, crowdSPRING offers buyers the option to make their project galleries completely private. We put together this short tutorial to help you understand the differences between public and private galleries and to answer some of the most common questions we regularly hear from users, including: […]

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Announcing The July cS Award Winner!

Ross and Mike | August 3rd, 2011

In June, we announced that we would be issuing a monthly cS Award to honor quality work by designers and writers in the crowdSPRING community. We are thrilled to announce that July’s award will go to cloud168, who had the site’s highest average Buyer score for the month! cloud168 has been a crowdSPRING member since October, […]

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The August cS Award

Ross and Mike | August 3rd, 2011

The August cS Award of $1,000 will be given to a designer who does the most to upgrade their crowdSPRING portfolio in the next 4 weeks. To be eligible, you must upload, during the month of August, at least five (5) new portfolio items. In case of a tie, the award will go to the […]

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The July cS Award

Ross and Mike | July 6th, 2011

The July cS Award of $1,000 will be given to a designer or writer who has the highest average buyer score for all entries they submit to crowdSPRING projects during July. To be eligible, you must participate, during the month of July, in at least five (5) projects on crowdSPRING and submit at least ten […]

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Announcing The Very First cS Award!

Ross and Mike | July 5th, 2011

Last month we announced that we would be issuing a monthly cS Award to honor quality work by designers and writers in the crowdSPRING community. The first award was to go the the designer or writer who was awarded at least one project during the month of June, and who had the highest average buyer score for […]

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Announcing The New cS Awards

Ross and Mike | June 15th, 2011

Starting this June, crowdSPRING will have monthly cS Awards to honor quality work by designers and writers in the crowdSPRING community. At the beginning of each month, we’ll announce the criteria for that month’s cS Award – we’ll  do our best to keep it simple and objective – and to focus on honoring quality work. […]

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