This is a great concept, especially for start-up websites that would find it difficult to get reviews from other sources.
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(PRWEB) January 6, 2011
Feedback Roulette provides webmasters and designers with an easy and fun way to exchange feedback on sites with others and receive feedback on their own websites.
We've all come across websites that we really liked, wanted to share with others, or offer suggestions on. Feedback Roulette provides users with a way of receiving information on what others think of their websites and designs. It’s fun for users, but it’s not for those who can’t take a little criticism. Members provide reviews on a wide variety of websites and receive feedback points for their efforts. At the same time, other users have the opportunity to review one of your websites and provide their own opinions.
Members can then see the reviews they received and provide their own opinion as to whether they thought the review was fair and accurate. All reviews are anonymous, allowing users to be completely honest in their opinions. Members should note that they generally receive the same quality of responses that they provide.
Members can have as many of their websites available for review as they like. They can also provide notes and information about particular aspects of the site for which they’d like members’ opinions. Notes can be edited whenever members desire.
Members can remove their websites from those available for review at any time they like. They will maintain the ability to view and use the information collected about their website, enabling them to make changes on their sites if they wish. Sites can receive a review of one to five stars, with one being poor and five representing excellent.
A particularly useful aspect of the site is the public dispute feature. If someone marks a website as useless or spam, a public dispute is noted and it’s placed before the Feedback Roulette membership for resolution. The site’s users decide whether the site should be blacklisted.
Feedback Roulette also allows users to suggest new features and ideas for the site. Fellow members can vote on ideas they like for possible implementation on the site at a future date. Possibilities range from including the browser and platform of reviewers, a retest option after website changes have been implemented, and the ability to create custom questionnaires.
The website has proven extremely popular. It provides webmasters and designers with a means to obtain feedback on their work. It’s an especially effective learning tool for novices. Feedback Roulette takes the work out of website reviews, making them fun and interesting, while providing a valuable learning experience to spur improvement.
For more information, visit the website at http://feedbackroulette.com.