Social Media is Boring – Long Live the Social Web!

Yes, Social Media is Boring. But! Long live the Social Web! Calling for Co-Explorers! Last November, I attended one of the most important events in Sweden to converse all things Internet, “Internetdagarna.”  Translated as, “The Internet Days,” this event is arranged by The Internet Infrastructure Foundation in Sweden, the one’s administrating our cTLD – .se, […]

Social Media and Crowdsourcing: Cons

As I wrote in my previous article about crowdsourcing and social media, Crowdsourcing has been successful in finding out a void in the market and creating a brand new market out of it on being applied properly through social media. But yet depending upon few factors the very idea of crowdsourcing done through social may […]


Social Media and the Crowdsourcing: Applicability & Effectiveness So Far

The best thing about social media which turned it into an instant success is the fact that it has been powered by the people. It has something to offer to almost everyone. Its smooth accessibility has not only made the social connectivity easy but also provided people across the world with flexible working opportunities.  The […]

5 Ways to Use Social Media to Raise Money for Your Cause

Using social media to do social good isn’t a new concept. It’s a great way to get the word out about your cause. It uses what charities usually have more of (volunteers’ time) while spending little what they usually have the least of (money). But, can you do more than raise awareness with social media? […]

The Global Digital Participation 'What's Next?' – Building Community for Crowdsourcing

Let’s begin with a roundup and review. In two articles, last weeks of December and January respectively, we’ve been pointing at the absolute and relative need to increase the Global Digital Participation. We shared the statistics that brings us the raw, measurable, physical and obvious – those being without the access to the web. The […]