ProductWiki is the resource for free, unbiased product reviews and information written and maintained by the community. Using a wiki model, the community creates reports containing essential information necessary to make informed purchasing decisions. In addition to product review information, users can also link related products together, vote on favorites, and review rankings of all products.
ProductWiki was founded in 2005 by husband and wife team Amanie Ismail and Erik Kalviainen, along with Amanie’s brother Omar Ismail. Other companies looking to organize the product review space are CrowdStorm, Retrevo, and Summize.
ProductWiki’s pitch from TechCrunch Elevator PitchesAdded: 6/4/08
|Launch Date||January 1, 2008|
ProductWiki contains three standout features that differentiate it from other consumer information resources: 1) collaborative reviews where people submit and vote on a list of pros and cons, 2) lists of competing products where people vote on head-to-head matchups, and 3) a recommendation system that identifies the top three picks in each category.