Got an opinion? Of course, you do! http://www.amirite.com is your place to go. Both a website and iPhone application, which recently emerged from beta, amirite.com invites users to post an opinion about absolutely anything. Discussions range from the serious and political to the funny and bizarre. http://www.amirite.com is new and innovative and something unique, which many new sites of this nature lack. It differs from Facebook and Twitter type sites in the sense that opinions are voiced straight to the world, while at the same time people can build strong tight-knit communities and form long-term friendships with a people from around the world. Amirite has been in talks for VC funding and is set to be the next big thing—described by Tech enthusiasts as a mix between Twitter, Reddit and Formspring.
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When asked what they like about the website, the community of users was the number one answer. People use http://www.amirite.com to chat with friends, relax and have both fun and serious debates.
Currently, there are over 2 million unique visitors per month and over 10 million pageviews per month. With the number of members at around 30,000, this number is growing exponentially. There are currently over 700,000 posts, 2 million comments and over a billion votes. Amirite.com is the only platform on the Internet which is solely focussed on people’s opinions. Suitably, their ‘every opinion matters’ slogan is very catchy. We took some time out to speak to representatives at http://www.amirite and this is what they had to say: “There are trillions of opinions posted on the internet every day and we wanted to build a platform to harness people’s thoughts and stimulate vibrant debate. Amirite.com fulfils an intrinsic human need for validation and the users will spend hours on the site looking to be proven 'rite'. We hope to grow significantly over the next five years with lots of hard work and determination!”
There are currently four different versions of Amirite. All display the same content but are targeted at different devices.
- The main site + new forum at http://amirite.com
- The 'touch' site, aimed at smartphones and tablets, at http://touch.amirite.com
- The 'mobile' / 'lite' site at http://m.amirite.com
- An iPhone application (available for free): http://www.itunes.com/app/amirite