I hereby coin: “Crowdsisting”

March 4, 2008 at 3:21 am 3 comments

“Crowdsisting” = being assisted by the crowds.

Lately I have been getting some very helpful “Crowdsourcing” articles sent to me by people I know only online. I thought that there should be a word that encompasses receiving help from the “public”. So here you go.

I await fame and notoriety posthaste.

Entry filed under: crowdsourcing, social media, Web 2.0. Tags: , , , .

Please Sir, Can I Have Another A Project After My Own Heart…

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  • 1. carl  |  March 10, 2008 at 12:56 pm

    You go Monica!

    But can you explain how being assisted by the crowds is different from “crowdsourcing”, that will add some more meaning to your new word I guess…

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  • 2. monicahamburg  |  March 13, 2008 at 5:01 pm

    OK… working on it.
    I was somewhat joking, but you got me thinking…

    Reply
  • […] (Thank you, Miro Slodki and Alex Orlando of InnoCentive, for your “crowdsisting“) […]

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