In the newest effort by someone looking for the attention of anyone (anyone?) to give them a job, Eric Stiles and Nick Larson out of Boulder have come up with something called My Crowdschool. The story goes that the copywriter/art director team dropped out of ad school because it was too expensive – but they still need the assistance of professionals to get their portfolios shaped up for the real world.
Step one in the campaign involves you helping them select the best strategy out of the three they've created. For that, there's a juicy $200 to the person who provides the best advice. Step two is refined strategy/concepts and ideas for another 200 bones, Bob. And third, is providing direction on the final execution – again with $200 going to the smartest provider of advice. Remember, they're only crowdsourcing feedback/guidance – not actual work. So don't get too brazen with your response.