Ameritocracy is the place to report, rate, and respond to what politicians, the media, and other organizations are saying.
Ameritocracy allows the user community to report specific quotes and claims from information gatekeepers, briefly respond to those quotes, and rate information for both its Credibility and Relevancy. Reputation scores for users, as well as the politicians, pundits, and organizations they report about, are generated from community ratings. Reputation, plus an open-to-all, transparent process, are designed to increase the reliability of the information produced.
Because the information on Ameritocracy is concise, it’s more widely accessible as well.
Launched in mid 2008, Ameritocracy seeks to level the playing field in politics and media by enabling users to identify the very best content out there, whether it’s from a well-known public figure or an “average” user of the site.
Advertisements, lead generation, and monetization of nonpersonal data are the key components of the revenue model.