Here’s a good article for any journalist contemplating crowd-sourcing.
It’s a marketing piece on the demographic breakdown within and between social networks – very useful if you need to reach a specific group for/from a particular angle.
To track crowd-sourcing, subscribe to this Wired feed.
Tags: crowd sourcing, online journalism, online research, Social networks
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