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October 12, 2009 – Share Reviews Of Anything And Everything

RateItAll is the fun and social way to share reviews about anything. And I mean everything: products, people, places, music, movies, celebrities, pets, poems, art, games, travel… anything that inspires you. You can rate anything. You can build “Top Ten” style lists about anything. You can take compatibility quizzes in areas such as music and movies and meet people that share your tastes. You can promote your product, site, brand, self, etc. by adding something to this site to be rated by others.

This service is a start-up based in San Francisco with six full time employees. It is different from other consumer review sites in three major ways:

1. Coverage: It covers everything
2. Reviewer Terms: It shares revenue
3. Openness: It exposes all of our content via APIs, feeds, and widgets

This service is absolutely free. But, only logged in members can rate things. Two popular ways to find things to rate are through their search engine, and by drilling down through their main category index. Logged in members can track what their friends and other people around the service networks are rating via their home page / news feed. Look for the green “Rate It!” buttons located on any list page, or any item page.

The “Me” tab displays all of your recent activity on the site. You can use the down arrow icon to isolate particular types of activity (ratings, reviews, quizzes, etc.). The “Everyone” tab shows activity from everyone on the RateItAll network. You can use the down arrow icon to isolate particular types of activity.

The gear icon allows you to set your permanent preferences for your “my feed” view. It allows you to choose the types of things you would like to appear in “my feed”. You can also set whose posts will appear in your “my feed” view (friends, friends of friends, etc.).

You can follow people by visiting their profile page and clicking the green “follow me” link.


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