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Collaborative Economy Airbnb Loved over Traditional Hotel Brands

Above Graphic: Netbase's research on sentiment and share of voice in social channels finds that while there's more share of voice in traditional hotel brands, people love 6 year old peer-to-peer service AirBnb over 88-year old traditional hotel brands like Hilton.

Collaborative Economy: Industry Stats

If you're looking for facts, figures and stats regarding the Collaborative Economy, you've come to the right place. The following will have links, sources, and dates sorted in logical orders to find key stats that you'll need to make decisions. Additionally, I'll link to other listings and indexes that will provide further context.

How AirBnb and Uber could be the next eBay and Amazon

These collaborative economy startups like Airbnb and Uber will play a big role in the changing economy, if they continue their growth path, Airbnb is the next eBay, and Uber is the next Amazon. You're probably familiar with the global news about Airbnb and Uber.

The Six Scenarios for Hotels to Address the Collaborative Economy

Screenshot from Keynote: Business opportunities await for hotels to bless and certify peer to peer home sharing, matching trusted customers from loyalty programs to local experiences, and selling value added services and goods like cleaning, concierge and those fancy soaps. Read full report and see keynote video.

Four Ways the Crowd Gets What they Need From Each Other -Without Buying from Companies

Above image: The collaborative economy empowers people to get what they need from each other -without even having to go the store. Read about four of the many startups that are enabling this behavior below. I'm a little worried this morning.

What to do if Collaborative Economy Marketplaces Are Disrupting Your Business

This is part of collaborative economy coverage, read the definitive report for corporations, or peruse all my posts, which go back a few pages. First let's define what we're talking about, like Craiglist or eBay, we're seeing new marketplaces emerge at a more concentrated focus in every industry.

Meet the Investors of the Collaborative Economy

Update: The sample for the 200 startups was collected in Feb 2013, and does not include a few startups that have since launched, nor their funders. Additionally, I've added a fourth graph at bottom, showing some additional Angel investors that have invested in startups not in the sample size.

In the Collaborative Economy, the Crowd has Built a Car

Above Image: The orange Wikispeed SGT01 Roadster: crowd-funded, crowd-designed, crowd-produced, hitting the streets in small batches now for $25k, oh, and it gets 100 miles per gallon. What if I told you the next affordable, long range, fuel efficient vehicle might be assembled in your garage or built by your neighbors?

The Collaborative Economy Enables Resiliency for Corporations

Above Image: Bamboo is resilient by being both rigid in maintaining its structure, while also being flexible enough to bend during a variety of weather patterns. Most of the coverage of the collaborative economy has focused on what it means for consumers (Airbnb, Lyft, Uber) but what does it mean to corporations?

Keynote Slides: The Collaborative Economy provides Opportunities for Corporations

What role do corporations play if customers don't need them if they get goods and services from each other? I'd love to answer that at your next event. That's exactly the question our research answers after analyzing 200 of the startups, and interviewed 3 dozen experts ( you can read the full report, right here).

When Google Enables Sharing, the Ecosystem Changes

I'm now writing for the Huffington Post, covering the Collaborative Economy in the Business Section. The content will focus more on news insights in this rapidly changing market and what it means to corporations. I may cross-post the articles (like below) when it makes sense, or just link to them in posts.

In the Collaborative Economy, Your Company Becomes a Service

Above image is a screenshot from the keynote speech showcasing our research report on the Collaborative Economy, this post explores the first of three models. What can business leaders do to leverage the sharing revolution? Something counterintuitive, try other business models beyond selling to build a deeper relationship with customers, reduce costs of housing inventory, and generate more revenue.

Provide a Platform for the Crowd to Become Your Company

Above Image: Screenshot taken from keynote presentation on the Collaborative Economy. I'm about to tell you that in the most advanced form of the collaborative economy, the crowd becomes the company.

The Many Forms of Transaction in the Collaborative Economy

Above New Image: An advanced view of the Collaborative Economy Value Chain in an 'exploded' view. This exclusive image, which was not included in the seminal report on the Collaborative Economy, shows a potential new business model that taps into new transactions beyond traditional selling.

The Dark Side to the Collaborative Economy

As part of my ongoing coverage of the Collaborative Economy ( read all the posts) it's important we explore all facets of this disruptive trend to corporations not just upsides, but the downsides. I also see that marketplace friction is a sign of disruption as power changes hands, which should make the seasoned web strategist want to look closer.

Collaborative Economy: Live Like Royalty Without Owning a Throne

Ever wanted to live a life of luxury but are just shy of a few billion dollars? Now, with simple web technologies, anyone can have access -without owning it. In fact, I'm living this too, as I wrote a personal, heartfelt note to brands, telling how I want an open relationship.

Infographic: Collaborative Economy Startups Proliferating

This inforgraphic is part of my ongoing coverage of the collaborative economy ( see all posts), which is the next phase of the social business. What's that? We've published a seminal report on what it means for corporations including video, slides and additional resources.

Internet Phases: Past, Present, and Future

Thanks to you, last week's report on the collaborative economy was readily received, and has been viewed over 26k times, the media picked up on it, and bloggers alike. As we digest what it means, it's important to recognize this is the next phase in the internet, and the next phase of social business.

Report: Corporations must join the Collaborative Economy (Slides, Video)

Right now, customers are sharing media and ideas on social technologies, in the near future, they'll use similar technologies to share products and services, which will cause a ripple of impacts far more disruptive than what we've seen before.

Dear Brands, Our New Relationship Awaits

Dear Brands, My last two heartfelt letters have been awkward on our relationship. But it had to be written. I told you customers don't need brands, since we get products and services directly from each other using the sharing startups.

How Brands Add to the Collaborative Economy

Above: When banks become bikes, meet the Citi Bike How do brands add to the collaborative economy, if they don't offer physical goods? They sponsor the sharing movement. Meet Citi Bike, in NY. I've learned from my NY based colleague Rebecca Lieb (Marketing and Advertising analyst) that CitiGroup, one of the world's largest brands, is sponsoring the countries largest bike sharing program, in the America's largest city.

Collaborative Economy AirBnb Loved over Traditional Travel Sites

Disruption: Traditional Travel Sites Fall Behind -New Players Taking Preference Ever wonder how well companies are performing, esp if you don't have access to their financials? One big clue is the organic social media chatter being discussed about them, which we refer to as a component called mindshare.

Finding: Collaborative Economy Startups and Social Networks Intertwined

I'm continuing my research on business disruptions, with a honed in focus on the Collaborative Economy, you can read all my posts on how this impacts corporations. One of my thesis that I sought to test is the following: "Sharing startups in the collaborative economy are using social technologies".

Why Social Business Headcount Decreases Before Radically Expanding

Above Image: Headcount of social business (circled in orange) slightly decreases before large growth. Social Business Headcounts Change as Programs Mature Like the calm before the storm, your social business headcount is likely to decrease 10-20% before it radically expands.

Dear Brands, I'm Unnerved Too

Dear Brands, I just got disrupted. I willingly let a stranger drive off in my car, and I found it unnerving. Last week, I wrote a heartfelt letter to you that our relationship has changed. I shared that I don't want to breakup, but I want an open relationship.