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Click on the image to Download in PDF This is our Crowd Business Models framework, which groups the 22 categories of crowdsourcing services shown in our Crowdsourcing Landscape into 8 business models, including non-profit. The second page shows the monetization models and success factors for each business model. Below is Chapter 22, which goes into more detail in describing each of the elements of the Crowd Business Models framework. Getting Results From Crowds: Chapter 22 – Crowd Business Models What are your thoughts on the Crowd Business Models framework, in particular any suggestions for changes or improvements?
The first diagram in this post presents a virtuous circle for an interactive storyworld that binds the story to social discovery and advocacy. The questions that the narrative designer or transmedia storyteller asks herself are: What social actions and conversations do I want to stimulate? How do I want to engage the audience to produce these social actions? What storyworld knowledge will they need to engage in this way?
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Anand Kulkarni , UC Berkeley, MobileWorks Matthew Can, Stanford Bjoern Hartmann , UC Berkeley A central challenge in crowd computing is the workflow design problem: how can we divide a complex job — for instance, editing a paper or writing a computer program — into a sequence of microtasks that can be solved by a pool of crowd workers on the web? Effective workflow design is a difficult process, requiring careful task design, extensive software development, and iterated testing with a live crowd.