TEL AVIV, Israel, Oct. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CrowdAdviser is the name of a "new and spicy" social crowdsourcing platform which provides SMBs (small and medium businesses) an easy and innovative way to get new ideas and feedback from what is known as "the crowd."
"The crowd" is simply the combination of many individuals from all ages and backgrounds and as such, they are in fact the potential customers of the businesses using the platform. CrowdAdviser is expected to launch the BETA version at the end of October and is now open for exclusive registration for both businesses and individuals.
Being aware of what customers think and behave is incredibly important to any business's success. In the last few years, world-top brands such as Intel, Walmart, Starbucks, Dell, and countless others have dramatically changed the way companies and customers cooperate to get new ideas and insights on products and services. Those companies create brand value by using the wisdom of the crowd to refine their existing offers, drive innovation and bring products to the market in new and exciting ways.
However, looking at the average SMB, which has a small scale of operations and limited funds, it's extremely difficult to launch a new product or service without the fear of causing losses and almost impossible to know what potential customers want and are willing to pay for.
CrowdAdviser was born to solve just that. By gathering ideas and feedback from users around the world, the business owners can understand what people are actually looking for and what kind of products are likely to have value in the open market.
CrowdAdviser is intended to be used for all kind of businesses, from startup companies, to retail and commerce, dealing with the most competitive business fields such as technology, business strategy, design, creative innovation and much more.
The CrowdAdviser platform enables businesses to submit their request in three forms called "challenges" - as an idea, an opinion or a vote.
Every challenge has a few important factors which are up to the business owner to define and determine. These include the number of participants the business is trying to reach, the time limit of the challenge and the prize (money) given to the best "adviser." All challenges can be established among the site community or within the business's own community over social networks, emails and a like.
Unlike any competitors, CrowdAdviser allows individuals, who are referred to as "advisers," to actually earn (quite a lot of) money simply by helping businesses in their ongoing efforts.
Being exposed to a new way of income is not the only reason individuals are attracted to the site. Having the opportunity to influence favorite brands, exposing skills and creativity and at the same time gain community popularity makes the CrowdAdviser platform much more exciting and fun.
With the long list of benefits for both sides – businesses and advisers, having a successful BETA with a few thousand users will probably make CrowdAdviser a "Game Changer" in the industry of crowdsourcing.
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Name: Guy Simon
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