How they do it: Craigslist doesn’t create any content for its customers but is based on a pure peer-to-peer model. Peers can be both companies as well as private individuals.
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How they do it: On the Pinterest platform, users come together in order to share experiences and information, mainly via images. Through ”pinning” articles, users can express their interest and participate in peer-to-peer voting, in turn surfacing the most relevant posts to like-minded users.
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How they do it: In Skypes Peer-to-Peer network, individuals can connect via its software and communicate via chat, voice or video calls.
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How they do it: SlideShare offers a peer-to-peer platform where users can upload their presentations and provide feedback.
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How they do it: Dropbox offers to share file hosting space and individual files with other users. This service includes the option to collaboratively work on files at the same time.
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