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Learn About SiteJabber

What is SiteJabber?

SiteJabber is the leading community of online business reviewers. The community helps consumers find great online businesses and avoid scams. The community has grown to over 850,000 members and has reviewed over 58,000 online businesses. SiteJabber was developed in part with a grant from the National Science Foundation. Read more about our grant here.

Why was SiteJabber started?

SiteJabber's goal is to make the internet a better place for consumers. We envision a day when consumers no longer have to deal with online scams or fraud and have all the information they need to make informed decisions about the online businesses and websites they use. Read more about SiteJabber's founding on our blog.

What can SiteJabber do for me?

How is SiteJabber different from other review platforms?

SiteJabber is the only review platform that does not charge online businesses to manage their reputation. Businesses can freely respond to reviews and collect reviews from their customers (but they may not pay money to remove bad reviews). We believe this is a much fairer system for businesses and consumers, as it becomes much easier to see which businesses have legitimately earned good and bad reviews instead of merely showing which businesses were willing to pay the most to manage their reputations. Read more here

Who are SiteJabber’s investors?

SiteJabber's investors include 500 Startups, the Seraph Group and a number of prominent technology executives and angel investors. SiteJabber's technology was made possible in part by a grant from the U.S. Goverment's National Science Foundation.

What does the press say about SiteJabber?

SiteJabber was named a "Top 100 Website" by PC Magazine and CNN Money named SiteJabber as the #1 step consumers should take when vetting online businesses. SiteJabber also works with media outlets across America to identify online scams and help educate consumers. See our press page for more articles.