Hey fellow Betterific-ers, this past week in ideas has been really productive and interesting. The top ideas are pure gold, with some really innovative ideas that, if implemented, have the potential to really make serious waves. But to be honest, Betterific is so full of innovation and good stuff that it isn’t surprising that these ideas came up. But without further adieu, here are the ideas:
Hey folks! So with the world cup already in progress, I want to take this time to make a shout out to Team USA! Even though we tied yesterday it was an amazing game to watch. I hope you all have been watching some matches, because the world cup is awesome. To help you pass the time between games, and to sate your appetites for all things Betterific, here I present last week’s top ideas!
We are very pleased about a little bit of press that we got recently from crowdsourcing.org, the crowdsourcing industry’s foremost online publication. Betterific CEO and co-founder, Micha Weinblatt, talked with Senior Editor Anton Root at crowdsourcing.org about what Betterific does, how we hope to grow and what is in store for our company. We definitely have some things in the pipeline that we hope will excite our user base and be even more beneficial to the brands and companies that we are trying hard to engage with through our platform. Please take a look at the article and share!
Hello to all my faithful Betterific readers and posters! This week’s collection of top ideas is pure quality, with ideas calling for things like box pickup services offered by moving companies to basing student loans off of the quality of the college and the likelihood of graduates receiving a job afterwards. It’s posts like these that make me proud of the community Betterific has created, and all I have to say is keep moving and keep shaking. Together we can innovate a better world. Browse the posts below, and remember to share with everyone!
About a week ago, the host of the Hobson & Holtz Report, a man named Shel Holtz, interviewed Betterific co-founder Micha Weinblatt and posted the interview in podcast form on their website!
The report itself, described as a “weekly commentary on public relations and technology,” has a strong online presence and enabled listeners to hear the story surrounding the creation of Betterific. The podcast itself makes for some great listening, and the accompanying article goes into some detail about Mr. Weinblatt’s past experiences in entrepreneurship.
Here’s the link to the page: http://forimmediaterelease.biz/index.php?/weblog/comments/fir_interview_betterific_co_founder_micha_weinblatt
And remember to share with friends, family, and everyone!
The pudgy white vans of the US postal service have been a common sight in communities across America for years, and whether you live in big cities or rural towns, chances are you’ve probably seen them quite a few times. The postal service, while reaching its modern form in the early 70’s, has existed in various forms since the time of Ben Franklin and the founding fathers. Generations of Americans have required the mail to be both sent and delivered in a timely and efficient fashion, and whether the letters came on horseback or from car, legions of mailmen have diligently carried out this purpose expertly and with a level of finesse that only a mailman could manage.
But this organization surely must be steeped in conservatism and bureaucratic red tape, right? It must be almost impossible to actually be able to implement new, innovative, and fresh ideas, no?
This image, brought to you by Betterific’s own Micha Weinblatt:
Shows an interesting path that the USPS is taking, and seems uncannily like an idea that you could find on Betterific’s web page. By placing an advertisement on the side of a USPS truck, it exposes the content to whoever has mail delivered to them. In a setting like New York City, for example, that impact is multiplied by the hundreds, if not thousands, of people who glance at the truck on any given day. It’s a bold and innovative way of advertising, and if an organization like the postal service could be brought on to help, imagine the innovative possibilities that lay in the future. It’s all about content and distribution, and it looks like the USPS has caught on.