Bounty or R&D, where do you lie?
Hey Everyone, after a relaxing break to rejuvenate ourselves for the new year, the CH team is working back into the groove. A lot of time for us to think and strategize. Discussions from telegram brought up interesting topics. Our first task of the year dives into the systematic strategy involving application features/focus. We have two approaches in mind.
1) This targets Research & Development type questions that supports businesses on both technical, visual and strategical as seen from our project tasks on our app. Users receive tokens based on the ranking from the votes on these task forums. We are currently developing our improved functionality for this system thanks to the amazing feedback from our “How do we incentivize voting, task." (Link)
2) Allow signature campaigns, and sharing on social media as a reward. This is known as marketing bounties. Thus building features that are more automatized with the association of sharing. This has less to do with discussion forum type crowdsourcing, but is automated on a individual basis.
Out of these two approaches, here at CH we want to focus more on number 1 because we see this as the future. Number 2 is intriguing to simplify the marketing bounty process but can lead to over shared consumption. However, adding simple features that helps this doesn’t hurt. What’s your thoughts? Discuss and debate.
Do you agree our focus should be on number 1? One suggestion to incorporate both could be to work on number 1 features first, than follow by adding number 2 features? Or ignore a marketing bounty all together? Your feedback matters! Cheers.