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"Crowdsourcing is a great way to seek real opinions from your real user base, and if you manage it properly you can create a huge competitive advantage"
Hear from some of our supercrowders
As a student, it gives me a competitive advantage, as I’ve been able to visibly increase my technical skills helping to strengthen my professional profile. Gabriele
Making money, having fun and inspiring others to believe that you can make a difference – that sums up my 4 years of testing on Crowdville. Giovanna
The Crowdsourcing Best Practice
The ultimate goal of the crowdsourcing best practice is to create best in class processes, ideas and methods in order to inspire other crowdsourcing teams all over the world. The crowdsourcing best practice in Clariter is one of the most important areas because it manages every single service involving the crowd.
Building a community doesn’t mean just recruiting people. One of the challenges of crowdsourcing companies is to retain current members and attract new talents in order to give clients results worth a competitive advantage against their competitors. Attracting talents and retaining members is possible just through cutting-edge technology, innovative processes, motivating rewards and gamification plans and constant innovative plans and learning initiatives.
Crowdsourcing Best Practice DirectorGraduated in Public Relations and Corporate Communication, Tommaso has been working for Clariter since 2015. He started off his career by working between Italy, Thailand and the United Kingdom, where he has built up extensive knowledge of Digital Marketing in the two continents. Upon starting at Clariter, Tommaso managed to grow the community from a few hundred users to thousands of passionate crowders in a matter of months. He is excited about Digital Marketing, and his goal is to contribute to people’s success on different digital platforms – Crowdville is just one of them! Tommaso has also been a Career Consultant since university, where he created his iTalentJob project. He was nominated as a Crowdsourcing Ambassador for the international organisation, Crowdsourcing Week, in August 2015.
The Community Management Team
The job of the Community Management team (CM) is to motivate community members – or crowders – who earn money by participating in weekly campaigns on our crowdsourcing platform, Crowdville.
Being a Community Manager at Crowdville is both exciting and hugely rewarding. Every day thousands of crowders share ideas, ask questions and help each other out on our internal social network, and the CM team have the responsibility of making this as engaging as possible. Keeping our crowders engaged is what we strive for, and we do this by acting as the human face of the platform, publishing online courses, and by encouraging fresh ideas on crowdsourcing.
Some of the daily activities performed by the CM team include recruiting crowders, profiling the community based on socio demographic criteria and different skills and qualifications, reaching goals for each mission performed, on-boarding and supporting crowders.
The CM team also manages an entire social network dedicated to its community, called Otium. On Otium the CM team creates content, supports crowders, keeps them entertained and informed with everything that happens in Clariter and at the end, educates crowders by delivering tailored online courses.
Global Community Director and Community Manager for ItalyGraduated with honours in Communication Strategies from the University of Padua in June 2016, Denis wrote his dissertation on the Economic and Production Aspects of the Italian craft beer industry. Denis started working at Clariter in November 2017, and his tasks involve establishing best practices for Community Management amongst our Italian community. In the past, Denis was nominated to participate as a Digital Strategist in the “Digital Team of Inspiring PR” annual event organised by Ferpi Triveneto in 2014 and 2015.
The Project Management Team
The Project Management (PM) team develop a level of best practice that ensures we maintain a smooth, efficient service that meets the expectations and needs of both customers and clients. The job of a Project Manager involves translating technical ideas and instructions to teams of people, clients, directors and investors.
To organise and launch missions, PM’s break down the tasks before putting a plan into place. It’s their responsibility to put the plan into effect, forecast problems, and find workable solutions along the way. This is an increasingly challenging task since both clients and crowders need to be satisfied with the outcome.
PM’s play a key role in budgeting, controlling costs and keeping the organisation on track financially. Their management helps minimise costs and maximise results through budget forecasts and mission reports. Cost-benefit analysis is a big part of what they do to improve efficiency with each passing mission.
The PM team is also responsible for new service design, where they are required to manage innovation as an integrated business process.
Services are created through a complex mix of market research, study of scientific papers and clients and data analysis. Service design involves clearly defining processes, responsibilities, and results with scientifically-proven supporting claims.