News and Articles About Crowdsourcing
The San Francisco-based publishing house known for its snark and devilish sarcasm has challenged the idea of what it means to succeed with a crowdfunding campaign.
From sites that allow you to negotiate directly with lease owners, to apps that offer real-time reports on traffic, these tools take some of the stress out of driving.
Users of Australian crowdfunding platform Pozible can raise money for their venture using the online-only currency.
Danae Ringelmann decided that she had to democratize the way that money gets distributed. Everything else hinges off her commitment to solve that one problem.
Indiegogo's co-founder Danae Ringelmann talks about two blockbuster campaigns that made our Top 100 list, the platform's biggest 'failure', and what success really means in the age of crowdfunding.
There are plenty of intriguing companies on our Top 100 list, but from glowing plants to a life-sized origami boat, here's a look about some of the most bizarre.
More than a year after President Obama signed the JOBS Act into law, the Commission released rules for regulating equity crowdfunding. Here's what you need to know.
The online grocer and the crowdfunding site are collaborating on the 'Next Big Food Thing,' a contest to find the coolest new food-related innovation.
The founder of As Seen on TV, Kevin Harrington, plans to unveil a platform targeted specifically at the household, kitchen and outdoor goods inventions niche.
Crowdfunding platforms are multiplying around the world and the sums that they're raising are growing exponentially.
Thanks to some new startups, you might be able to tap the crowd for your next delivery. But should you?
CrowdIt, which launches today, is a new online portal which brings together access to capital and professional expertise. It calls itself a 'virtual incubator.'
The online hosting service makes it easy for millions of developers to create and share software projects.
Even experienced business owners can fall into counterproductive habits. The premier episode of CNBC's new small business reality show aims to solve them.
CNBC announces a new television show called 'Crowd Rules' where business owners compete for $50,000. The money is awarded based on an audience vote.
A look at the strategies some entrepreneurs are using when generating and making the most of their customers' comments.
Crowdsourcing is altering the way companies come up with innovative ideas and accomplish large and small tasks.
A conference in New York City showcases the leading edge of crowdsourcing.
Just in time for back to school: an online repository of study guides, flashcards and tutors from over 4,300 universities.
If you're looking to jump-start your marketing, consider enlisting your online fans.
Competition site Kaggle makes predictive modeling more effective and efficient--and a lot more fun.
Many nonprofits can't afford the help of designers and copywriters. CrowdSpring's volunteer program offers a solution.
Should federal law be changed to allow crowdfunding to become more widespread? Here's why that may be a bad idea.
Napkin Labs gives businesses access to crowdsourcing and some big ideas from their most devoted fans. Consider this case study with a Boulder, Colo., startup.
C.J. Kettler's online crowdsourcing venture, Genius Crowds, aims to move product ideas from the "light bulb" stage onto store shelves.