roastMe

Real feedback πŸ”₯ and critics 🎯 from community & expert users

roastMe is a feedback marketplace for your product, idea, design or website.

RoastMe helps makers, indie-hackers, product managers, designers, etc. get real feedback πŸ”₯ and critics 🎯 from the community & expert users.

Also, as an expert, you can share your knowledge & opinion to others makers & receive money for it.

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Hey everyone! πŸ‘‹ I'm J.P. Aulet, solo-maker of roastMe. RoastMe helps makers, indie-hackers, product managers, designers, etc. get real feedback πŸ”₯ and critics 🎯 from the community & expert users for your product / design / idea! Also, as an expert, you can share your knowledge & opinion to others makers & receive money for it. With roastMe you can: β€” Get critics/opinions from users. β€” Get reviews from experts β€” Receive professional review for your site (SEO, marketing, security, accessibility, UX/UI, possible improvements, etc.) β€” Centralize all feedback (Twitter, Hacker News, Indie Hackers, Product Hunt, etc.) in one page β€” Receive video-review of your products β€” Promote your product to get more feedback β€” Mentor ship β€” As an expert, get paid for sharing your expertise and opinions while you help other's makers. β€” Much more to come! Public roadmap here: https://trello.com/b/dQcanTpk/ro... This is my first product submitted to PH. I started developing roastMe about 1'5 months ago, when I realized that a lot of makers are seeking for feedback in the firsts-stages of their products in different applications like Twitter, IndieHackers, PH or Slack groups (for instance, only in IndieHackers there are more than 2500 articles asking for feedback). The main goal was to centralize all this feedback in a more specific platform. You can see the development roadmap in this article: https://www.indiehackers.com/@jp... where I explain from the first MVP draft until the first launch of it. Once published, I worked on new features, get more experts in the marketplace and increase the products submitted. Then, after listening to the users, I start pivoting from a feedback-as-a-service to a feedback marketplace, where you can choose experts in different areas to review your product. Nowadays the platform is growing: +4 experts/week and +3 products/week. On the 19th of October, we celebrated the first paying customer & revenue! P.D: The `roastMe` brand name was inspired by @levelsio tweet: https://twitter.com/levelsio/sta... where he ask for a roast. More benefits: β€” Give external vision It happens, that when you struggle to improve your product for a long time, you lose the "focus" and other's people vision is essential to discover things that may seem obvious afterward, but save you a lot of time and nerves. β€” We bring emotion Receiving feedback is always a good thing. With roastMe you can discover your product pitfalls before launching, discover what users think of your product or ask for design opinions. β€” We increment visibility Making a roast will grow your audience and generate traffic to your product. You can easily share it and increment the impact of your launch. β€” We empower you Sharing your ideas, product or design will let you from the `fear or launch` and you will be amused by how others love to help. Maybe you find your new collaborator or your very first client! Hope you like it! Thanks for your time! J.P.Aulet
Hey nice job, it’s very beautiful! Will try it with my next project πŸ˜‰
@wimgz Thanks William! I'm not a very good designer but I'm improving with some nice people on twitter and some expert reviews in my own website... I hope to find you in the platform ;)
I used the service last week and I've had some great feedback so far! Great work JP.
@remotealex Thanks Alex!! I will continue working so that all of you have all the feedback you deserve πŸ˜‰
Awesome to get quality feedback fast!! Specially useful after a release when you need to polish the details!
@mezood Thank you Joan!! I hope that helps other people like me...For me it was so difficult to validate MVP's that I realized that I need a tool for that. Glad you like it!
This is super fun, and a very fresh approach to usability testing. One thing, I would highly suggest you hire a copywriter with a stronger grasp of English to take a pass at the content. There are some pretty plain grammatical errors that are probably working against your conversion potential. Also, keep up the good work!
@rumstreet Thank you for the feedback. That's true, English is not my native language and there are some mistakes in the website that make it less professional. I will take your advice! Glad you enjoyed it!
@jpaulet No worries mate. Personally I think your English is great, it's just that small sliver of (admittedly nit-picky) users who will notice that stuff.