Crowdspring Surpasses 2 Million Creative Entries, Maintaining Strong Growth Momentum – Yahoo! News
crowdSPRING, the global marketplace for crowdsourced creative services, announced today that it has surpassed more than two million creative entries. This significant milestone follows another highly successful year for crowdSPRING.Ross Kimbarovsky and Mike Samson, co-founders of crowdSPRING said: “crowdSPRING continues to experience phenomenal growth from mass brands and small businesses looking for innovative creative at an affordable price. This accomplishment reflects the success of our strategy to challenge the current thinking on where great ideas come from because we have proven that innovative creative could come from anywhere… regardless of title, location and salary.”Through crowdSPRING, buyers post their creative project and name their own price. Creatives submit their ideas and buyers choose the one they like best. Buyers can choose from 43 categories including custom logo, web, graphic and industrial designs as well as writing services. On average, projects receive more than 110 entries from a creative community of more than 95,000 designers and writers from 190 countries. Projects start at $200 and all offer a money back guarantee.
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Don’t worry about people stealing your design work. Worry about the day they stop. — Jeffrey Zeldman
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Posted on July 9, 2011, in Article and tagged Arts, Business, Chicago, Crowdsourcing, Crowdspring, Jeffrey Zeldman, Mike Samson, Small business, Web design, Writers Resources, Yahoo! News. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.