The State of Enterprise Crowdsourcing

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Top reasons people complete tasks

CrowdFlower also wanted to know why people do this work. While 29 percent not surprisingly said they participate to earn money, almost as many said they do it to pass the time (28 percent) and because they enjoy it (26 percent).

Looking at both the demand side – the companies asking for work, or tasks, to be done – and the supply side – the people in the crowd completing the work, or tasks – CrowdFlower was able to show the complete landscape of enterprise crowdsourcing. The data comes from looking specifically at the types of projects their 50 largest customers are undertaking, and a survey they completed of more than 2,000 crowd “contributors” – those who complete these tasks. Through this research, they found some interesting things.

 

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