Over the last decade, brands have found new and interesting ways to get their audiences involved through crowdsourcing. Here are four of the best from the past couple of years.
Author: Kim Speier
Kim is a former Inbound Marketing Specialist at Mainstreethost. She loves watching sports, especially the Bills and Sabres, skiing during the long Buffalo winters, pop culture, and following the latest trends on Twitter.
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