San Diego, CA, November 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The #1 site for crowdsourcing news, The Daily Crowdsource, continues to break ground in the crowdsourcing industry with today's launch of the first major directory of community crowdsourcing projects. The directory was constructed to showcase crowdsourcing projects without cash incentives which are otherwise fragmented around the internet. Several crowdsourcing companies offer commercial listings, however, The Daily Crowdsource is the first to offer a home for projects without monetary prizes.
The Community Crowdsourcing Directory, found at http://dailycrowdsource.com/projects already contains several listings including projects with Forbes, Björn Borg Underwear, and an entire restaurant that's being crowdsourced from the business plan up.
The directory is in partnership with crowdsource ad agency, Prova, and a current list of crowdsourcing projects can be found at The Daily Crowdsource or Prova. Any crowdsourcing project can be added to the directory for free as long as valuable prizes are not offered.
The Daily Crowdsource continues to showcase emerging crowdsource services such as Kapost's crowdsource newsroom and All Our Ideas' advanced suggestion box. The Community Crowdsourcing Directory is the newest tool and one of a string of recent additions implemented at the news portal. The site plans to implement several other crowdsourcing tools in the near future.
The goal of this directory and the news portal is to enhance and strengthen the crowdsourcing community.
About The Daily Crowdsource
The Daily Crowdsource is a news site dedicated solely to the emerging field of crowdsourcing. Founded as an open-format website to unbiasedly report the good vs evil debate of crowdsourcing, the site currently reports breaking web news, analyzes new implementations and trends, reviews new web sites and services, and offers crowdsourcing resources and guides. The Daily Crowdsource recently launched a Kapost Community Newsroom, and now adds the Community Crowdsourcing Directory to its list of crowdsourcing resources.
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