CloudCrowd, a new crowdsourcing solution, is saving businesses time and money with its revolutionary Labor-as-a-Service platform. By using the Internet to tap into vast pools of talent and creativity, CloudCrowd is helping companies reduce..."/> CloudCrowd Revolutionizes Crowdsourcing
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CloudCrowd Revolutionizes Crowdsourcing


CloudCrowd, a new crowdsourcing solution, is saving businesses time and money with its revolutionary Labor-as-a-Service platform. By using the Internet to tap into vast pools of talent and creativity, CloudCrowd is helping companies reduce overhead, increase efficiency, and lower costs by breaking large projects into smaller tasks, and distributing them to its virtual workforce.

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According to CloudCrowd’s CEO, Alex Edelstein, “First generation crowdsourcing solutions only offered a limited range of feasible tasks, and they required too much management and delivered poor work quality. CloudCrowd is the next generation of crowdsourcing because it can handle much more complex tasks. Plus it’s fast, accurate, and very reliable.”

Working closely with their clients, CloudCrowd’s team of project managers and developers manage every step, from creating the most efficient way to get tasks done to delivering the finished work. The company distributes tasks to its online registered workers at CloudCrowd Workspace. Each does a portion of a client’s project, allowing tasks to be completed much more quickly than they would be done in-house, or even with traditional outsourcing.

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CloudCrowd’s sophisticated credibility framework runs the task results through a proprietary reputation management process to ensure the accuracy of the finished work. CloudCrowd currently has more than 10,000 workers. Each earns their own Credibility Rating which determines the types of tasks they are offered. Workers are able to see how much each separate task pays, and earnings are distributed through PayPal. CloudCrowd has already posted more than 60,000 individual tasks in a single day.

Many types of complex tasks are possible, including content creation, content moderation, internet research, audio and video transcription, foreign language translations, image categorization, data entry, and data processing. Dozens of industries will benefit from CloudCrowd’s reliable time and money-saving solutions, including Retailing, Wholesaling, Distribution, Publishing, Technology, Advertising, Market/Consumer Research, Social Media, Education, and many others.

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