5 Reasons Why You Should Try Crowdsourcing

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Crowdsourcing has become the perfect solution to get things done if you want to delegate a task to a skillful and competent online workforce. This is the best strategy to use when you lack manpower but don’t have sufficient funds to add more regular employees.

Freelancer.com provides opportunities for people across the globe to crowdsource ideas to potential workers through Contests. Have you tried crowdsourcing? If not, you might be missing out on a lot.

What are the benefits of crowdsourcing? 

  • Numerous choices. When posting a Contest, you can expect to receive tons of entries that will give you not only lots of choice but also ideas that you haven’t considered before.

  • Personalized incentive. At Freelancer.com, you can set the budget yourself. This makes it easier for you to control the quality and quantity of the entries you receive.

  • Decrease labor cost. If you need only a few things done occasionally, hiring an entire team is not a good idea. However, crowdsourcing allows you to pay only for the result you need.

  • Crowdsource your decision. You can launch a poll for your Freelancer Contests that your social network friends and followers, and even email and blog subscribers, can vote on. Get help in choosing your winner and promote your Contest!

  • Beyond designs. Unlike other sites which focus mainly on design contests, Freelancer Contest holders can choose crowdsourcing for other categories. This means more work can be done by skillful freelancers.

Got an exciting Contest in mind? Tap into our talent pool of 14 million freelancers worldwide and crowdsource your idea today!

Launch your contest now!

 

 

 

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发布的 22 一月, 2015

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Junior Product Marketing Manager at Freelancer. Outside of work, I'm into wedding coordination, entrepreneurship, beach trips, badminton, reading novels, and binge-watching TV series on Netflix.

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