MissionRanker is crowdsourced rankings of everything - topics both entertaining and practical. We are also a platform for individual and fact-based lists, but our primary goal is to use the wisdom of crowds to deliver the best opinions possible about any topic where a list is the best answer. Anyone can participate simply by voting or reranking lists, and the more who do, the better the ranking gets. Our ranking algorithms have been honed by years of testing and study, and we have protections against gaming the system.
How to Reach UsOur address: 6420 Wilshire Blvd., #880, Los Angeles, CA 90048
Our phone number: (323) 782-1448 (warning - unsolicited business calls will get you nowhere, this is an internet company - email us)
E-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 3Ranker launched in August of 2009, and since then, we've seen a lot of growth in terms of new users and engagement on the site. We're now up to 9 million monthly unique visitors, and we're serving over 250 million monthly ad impressions; what's more, those numbers are growing every day. And perhaps most importantly, people love to vote on Ranker lists - over 2 million votes are cast each month.
Click here to check out how fast we're growing for yourself.
Advertise On RankerRanker is broken into distinct verticals - each of which is highly targeted. By their nature, lists are about something, and thus deliver more relevant ad impressions. We can deliver high volumes across the site, but if you want some specifically targeted content, we can deliver meaningful volume across several discrete verticals.
Our traffic is Quantcast certified. 65% of our visitors come from North America, and 8% of visitors from the UK and Ireland. We are also a Top 100 Quantcast site for mobile web.
US Display Advertising is handled by Complex Media - email advertising AT complex.com
For International Advertising Queries - email ads AT ranker.com
For partnerships and custom integrations - email bizdev AT ranker.com
CommunityWe would never be able to achieve our goals of having the best rankings possible without you, the users - over 2 million of you have voted on lists to date. Ranker has had a vibrant community since we launched, and while almost 2/3 of our traffic is from North America, we get millions of visitors each month from the rest of the world. Users (you) are constantly making lists, adding items to Open Lists, and voting on lists that shape the rankings.
We have also launched a proper Ranker forum (hey - better late than never, right?)
Also, in addition to the "Data" blog below, we have a "regular" Ranker blog as well, where we highlight new features to the site and occasional funny tidbits.
DataCheck out Ranker's Data Blog for a look at all the insights we are gathering all the time about the tastes and preferences of people all over the world, as well as a more thorough look at the science behind Ranker's algorithms and methodolgy.
Every day, we're collecting thousands of votes on our lists, gathering opinions on everything from the best colleges to top NHL Defensemen to the most delicious food trucks. So it'd be a total waste not to comb through all of that information on everyone's tastes and try to learn a thing or two.
- 7Give a big hello to our team here at Ranker (we won't take any small hellos).
and our offshore partners at EOSSYS (if you are looking for a crack offshore coding solution, we couldn't recommend them more - they have been with us almost from inception)
PressFor press inquiries contact: email@example.com or 323-782-9800.
Press mentions are here
PartnershipsWe currently have numerous partnerships on the business, data and content sides, and we are always open to more. If you're interested in working with us in any capacity, contact Clark.
We also have a distributed app, and a program to help publishers and personalities take advantage of our platform to create customized content that helps promote their brand across the web. To learn more about our celebrity lists program, or about using the distributed app with your site to let your users power your own rankings, email Brian Gilmore.
A special shout-out to our data partners, Factual and Freebase. No, not THAT freebase, we like our hair too much to risk lighting it on fire... Freebase is a wonderful open-source collection of data about everything, and we couldn't rank the universe without either of 'em.
InvestorsClark Benson was the original seed investor for Ranker. Since then Ranker has raised money in a few investment rounds.Ranker's institutional investors are Draper Associates, Rincon Venture Partners, Siemer Ventures, Data Collective, Gil Elbaz, and Newport Coast Ventures. Additionally, Ranker has numerous angel investors, including members of both Tech Coast Angels and Pasadena Angels.
- 13You can now link your Ranker account to your Facebook account, which will let you quickly share the things you do on Ranker with your friends on Facebook. You can also link up your Twitter, Gmail and Yahoo accounts, because we're cool like that.
You can also find us on Facebook, where we post awesome new lists, contests, cute photos and other awesomeness every single day.
JobsWe're always looking for smart Java developers and in-the-know Internet types (marketing, product, biz dev, etc) with strong experience and a lot of Web knowledge. Applications are always welcome at Ranker.
Check out our jobs page for current openings. And since needs/priorities change on a dime here, if you are interested in joining us and have some experience in what we are doing, feel free to send us a resume even if you don't see a posted opening that fits your background.
The Miracle MileRanker.com was founded in 2008 but the site wasn't launched until August 2009. There was a closed beta for a few months before we opened it up to the public.
We used to have a home office in Hollywood, CA, right on the Walk of Fame. But that office lacked a few of the basic comforts of life (like windows!), so we've since switched to a high-rise on Los Angeles' Wilshire Boulevard, in a neighborhood known as The Miracle Mile.
LA's Miracle Mile was founded in the early 1920s and was the first development of Wilshire as a commercial district. Today, it's among LA's most densely populated neighborhoods. It has also been the setting of numerous films, including "Volcano" (in which it was covered by magma) and "Miracle Mile" (in which LA is about to be decimated by a nuclear explosion.)
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