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Crowd voting campaigns

Among Howes, Crowd voting is the most common Crowdsourcing strategy. There have been great marketing campaigns that have had an amazing success. To illustrate and give you some ideas of how to create one, check the follow examples:

With help from the crowd, Toyota finds a name

In 2011 Toyota started a voting campaign to get the new name for one of its new Automobiles. They received more than 1.8 million votes just in 6 weeks and a nice name for its new car, the “Prii”

With Help from the Crowd, Toyota Finds a Name

The Crowd is the DJ

Since some years ago several radio stations have release some programs where the crowd can choose their own playlist. What is new in Las Vegas is that since 2011 the crowd will not choose the playlist of just one program, but all of them! Through a voting campaign Jelli radio has gotten the critical mass to allow the crowd to be their own DJs.

The Crowd is the DJ

Waitrose Reveals Its First Ever Crowd-Sourced Product

The first ever Crowd-Sourced product of the supermarkets Waitrose came during 2011 after a voting campaign that received hundreds of recipe ideas, a great advertisement and a great involvement of their customers.

Waitrose Reveals its First Ever Crowd-sourced Product

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