New York, NY (PRWEB) May 14, 2013
Market research firm Opinion Corp’s consumer complaint site, PissedConsumer.com announces today that it is the first to add technology that enables consumers to record video reviews in real time from their web browser while making a complaint. The video reviews are automatically uploaded to PissedConsumer.com and to the PissedConsumer.com channel on YouTube, creating a dual flow of video content by users who wish to review companies and services affecting their daily lives.
"We are very proud to be the first customer review site to offer a ground-breaking technology that allows consumers to post video reviews from their web browser on our site," said Vladimir Nardin, Executive Director of PissedConsumer.com. "These videos are published to PissedConsumer.com and our YouTube page automatically, which means that consumers can be heard on multiple channels. This technology adds tremendous credibility to consumer reviews, and puts the consumer in control of the message in a more personal way."
Consumers post reviews on PissedConsumer.com because they want to be heard and they want to share their experience with a larger audience. By being able to record a video review in real time from a personal computer, the consumer gets more publicity within the PissedConsumer.com news channels, categorized by company and subject matter. The added exposure on the PissedConsumer.com video channel on YouTube means even greater visibility for the consumer’s review and opinions.
PissedConsumer.com has the most integrated consumer review applications of any site in the consumer review category. Other unique options on PissedConsumer.com include:
· Post a consumer review on the home page of Pissedconsumer.com for $5.99/monthly subscription fee
· Post multiple photos to endorse or show proof of a review
· Submit a pdf of a review, or as evidence to the incident
· Search by company or category within organization that is integrated in to the site structure for seamless search
· Review features like “funny” and “relevant” to determine which reviews to search or focus on