WebsiteJudge.es launched!Today we launched the spanish version of WebsiteJudge! The spanish version of WebsiteJudge is a seperate index, just as the english and dutch version. We trust to have offered the spanish speaking visitors a nice place to judge websites in their own language!Posted on : 28-04-2010
We are glad to announce officially that WebsiteJudge has been relaunched!
The biggest differences can be found in the technique which drasticly improves the websites' speed.
We also strongly improved the usability: websites can be added more easily, owner verification has drasticly been improved, there is an easier list of judges and you will find a list of the latest reviewed websites. It is clear that a lot has changed.
The upcoming time will be used to add more features. We will keep these features under our hat just yet but we can promise you it will make the website even more accessible.Posted on : 05-03-2010
Increasing Server Capacity for WebsiteJudge.comSince the start, the indexed websites and the amount of visitors of WebsiteJudge.com have grown enormously. We therefore decided to increase the servercapacity to fit your needs.
On the 28th of january between 1 PM and 4 PM (amsterdam time) we will migrate an enormous amount of data between servers.
At 4 PM all servers of WebsiteJudge.com will be down for 5 minutes.
During this period it may be that data of website reviews and website submissions will get "lost" It is therefore wise to wait with submitting and reviewing websites till after 4 PM (amsterdam time).
We are shure this will increase the user experience and the performance of our website index.
We wish you all well and hope you will keep enjoying reviewing websites at WebsiteJudge.com
With kind regards, The Webmasters of WebsiteJudge.comPosted on : 27-01-2009
English version WebsiteJudge.com online!
After having successfully established a nice position in The Netherlands, WebsiteJudge.com now launches the English version.
WebsiteJudge.com is becoming an authority when it comes to (consumer) reviews and ratings of websites. Everyone can judge websites that they like (or dislike).
Websites are judged on the following five areas : First Impression, Speed of website, Looks/Design, Usability and the Total score.
When a website gets judged/reviewed it will directly influence the position in our index. Websites with the best average scores will end up in the highest regions, websites with the worst scores in the other hand will go downwards. The more websites that are being judged, the better the index will become.
We wish everyone a lot of fun while reviewing and judging websites.
The moderators of WebsiteJudge.comPosted on : 07-09-2008