Who Runs This

Easily find the parent company owning a site



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Jurica Saponja @jurica87@jurica87 · CEO @pricespot.de
Tried it on my phone (chome) and it doesnt do anything ...
Zsolt KacsoMaker@kaolti · Web Designer
@jurica87 Fair point, never crossed my mind to test on mobile. Thanks for the feedback!
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
site isn't working for me. Is just showing a spinning wheel for ages after I try a domain
Zsolt KacsoMaker@kaolti · Web Designer
@_jacksmith That's weird, seems to work for me. What domain did you try?
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
It's a bit buggy but it got producthunt.com right: What is the "WTF upvote" button for, @kaolti?
Zsolt KacsoMaker@kaolti · Web Designer
@rrhoover Thanks for giving it a try! This project tries to solve the issue that we're not aware who actually owns the sites we're using every day. For ex. I didn't know Rottentomatoes is owned by Comcast and Metacritic by CBS, which one might think potentially leads to biased reviews. WTF is just a way to log any interesting connections we stumble across.
Josh English@joshenglish · Working on something to release shortly
@kaolti @rrhoover The WTF button confused me! May need some copy on what it is for. Took me a few tries as well to get a website to work!
Zsolt KacsoMaker@kaolti · Web Designer
@joshenglish @rrhoover Point taken Josh :) Should have written a bit of an explanation at least.
Marcin Odchyl@marcinodchyl1
First result was OK, and the anserw wasn't obvious. Seconq query went wrong. IMO it's to early to pitch it but good luck.
Zsolt KacsoMaker@kaolti · Web Designer
@marcinodchyl1 Thanks Marcin, appreciate the feedback!
sielay@sielay · Founder SIELAY, LeadDev @enigmamarketing
Also what is "WTF" button?
Zsolt KacsoMaker@kaolti · Web Designer
@sielay An honest vote of surprise when you find out "all" movie review sites are owned by broadcasting companies.
sielay@sielay · Founder SIELAY, LeadDev @enigmamarketing
@kaolti yes, example is good, as wtf doesn't sound like a positive surprise