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CrowdSourcing by Mind Map: CrowdSourcing

1. Blog Owner

1.1. Select category

1.2. Enter Titles & Description

1.3. Accept or deny

1.4. Enter URL where the article will be made live

1.5. View the status of my content

2. Writer

2.1. Claim Titles

2.1.1. X amount of time to submit article

2.1.2. Write & Submit content When written, article gets submitted and Blog Owenr can see in his dashboard Revise where necessary (see below)

2.2. Upload pre-written articles

2.2.1. Writer receives offers and can view the profile of the blog owners. Then they select who gets the article.

2.2.2. Once selected, blog owner receives full article including link in author bio.

2.2.3. Blog owner can then accept or reject the article. If accepted, blog owner will supply URL & publish date - not more than 1 month. If rejected, blog owner can request revision. Writer has 3 days to revise Writer can revise and submit If blog owner doesn't reject, it will be auto-approved in 3 days

2.3. View the status of my articles

3. Admin

3.1. Users

3.1.1. Manage free and paid users

3.1.2. View their information

3.2. Links

3.2.1. Article accepted but no URL

3.2.2. Article published but no link to writer

3.3. Support

3.3.1. support ticket platform

3.4. Categories

3.4.1. Admin creates general categories to be used by both blog owners and writers

3.5. Payments

3.5.1. Manage payments and premium accounts

3.6. Flags

3.6.1. Free Content

3.6.2. Free Titles

3.7. Featured Posts

3.7.1. Admin can select content or titles to be featured and gain better visibility.

3.8. Copyscape

3.8.1. Every article submitted has to be checked by copyscape.

3.8.2. Once an article is submitted, it immediately goes into a database that gets checked by copyscape. If that article then appears on the internet, we get a notification, which connects it to the user who claimed and viewed the article.

3.9. Messaging

3.9.1. There has to be the ability for writers and blog owners to message each other.

3.9.2. Set up flags so if we see phone numbers or email addresses or skype names or anything like that, admin can get flagged and users can be banned

3.10. Ratings

3.10.1. Writers and blog owners can rate your content, which is then displayed with your user name/profile. People can see this and incorporate that into their decisions.

3.11. Content

3.11.1. If an article gets rejected 3 times, it is flagged and removed from the system and considered low quality. Writer automatically gets dinged.

3.12. Copy trends

3.12.1. Every time someone rejects an article, and then that article appears on the internet, that person gets a negative point. After X amount of negatives, that person receives a warning. Then if there are still issues, that account gets banned. Manual research will also be involved

3.13. Premium Users

3.13.1. Ability for admin to upload SEO reports

3.13.2. Unlimited articles

3.13.3. Content Previews as a blog owner, you can check a writers previous work for quality control

3.13.4. Social Shares Incorporate social buttons into the premium articles

3.13.5. Copyscape integration

4. Available Content

4.1. List of article titles and descriptions

4.2. Blog owner makes offer

4.2.1. If accepted, writer submits full article

4.2.2. Blog owner can review full article, and accept or request revisions

4.2.3. Once accepted, blog owner needs to supply URL

5. Future

5.1. Content types

5.1.1. Images

5.1.2. Videos

5.1.3. Infographics

6. Users

6.1. Blog Owner

6.1.1. Claim content by category

6.1.2. Suggest topics Title Description

6.2. Writer

6.2.1. Share pre-written articles

6.2.2. Claim Titles

6.3. Tabs

6.3.1. Get Content

6.3.2. Share content

7. Registration

7.1. Name, email, website, address, phone number.

7.2. Verify the account (pay with a tweet)

7.3. Agree to terms