For the general user, Likeability Engine is a place to discover and influence the popularity of anything. It is a one stop shop to catch up on the latest news from the most popular sites, discover the most popular articles, items, videos submitted by users, and to influence the likeability of things by voting and participating in contests. Users can add their own items, create and vote on scenarios, and enter contests to win cash, points, and prizes.
If you are a model, photographer, poet, band, etc., or have a product you are trying to promote, this is a great place for self-promotion. You have the ability to submit your product or yourself and create voting scenarios with your competition or determine which of your two photos, for example, do people like better. You can share it through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. and get input from users everywhere. Winning contests and receiving feedback from users is extremely valuable. It´s free promotion and advertising that can be used as validation and exposure to broaden your audience and help you get to that next level of success.
Our engine gathers the best items from voting scenarios that have gone through our system and places them into contests. The purpose of our contests is to have users vote on the most popular items so that one can become the winner. Users pick a category and a contest and simply start voting. Our system tracks all of your votes and gives participants updates at the end of each round. Points are awarded at higher increments (usually 10 or more points per correct guess) than normal voting scenarios and everyone is given their results in the contest by a round summary on our leader board.
When voting on each of the scenarios in a contest, if the more popular of the two items is voted on by the user, he/she then wins that voting scenario and the points are given for the correct score. For example, Item A is vs. item B and 80% of people vote for item B. At the end of that round, those that voted for item B get the allotted points for that vote. Each contest has a designated number of rounds and points and progress are reported on each round to tally points and position of each participant in the contest. Once votes are made, they may not be changed. At the end of the contest, the contestant with the most points wins the prize which is comprised of points, cash, or other gifts. Users can enter as many contests as they would like and at any time. Prizes are rendered within thirty days of a contest´s end (usually within 1 to 3 days). Where else can you voice your opinion and win cash?
The News page is a place where users can discover the most popular items on the web. Our engine was built to feed you the most recent information from the best sites on the web. Discover the latest information in the form of articles, pictures, videos, and products. This is the one place for information. Browse everything or select a category, and find interesting items that you want to influence. Share what you find, rate items, make comments, pin them on Pinterest, or create voting scenarios. No need to bounce around the Internet looking at hundreds of different sites, we bring it all to you in one attractive page here on the News page. When you find an interesting item, click on the picture to enlarge it, and then click on the image again to be directed to the site where the article originated. Enjoy and share.
The User Submitted page is a place where users can submit pictures, articles, products and items they have either created or discovered on the web. Unlike the News page which is fed from the most popular sites, this page contains items from users that have been rated and voted on. After items have gone through our contests, they are posted to the user´s submitted section. It is a great place to learn about the popularity of items. When you find something you like influence it by rating, voting, sharing, or pinning it.
The voting page is a platform that allows users to do two different actions. You can vote on existing scenarios or you can create your own. By voting, users earn one point per vote. Scenarios compare different items to vote on by asking a question. Users vote by choosing one of the items and can quickly discover the results of the scenario. The results are displayed to the right of the scenario, showing you if you have chosen the correct answer (the more popular of the two). Voting is fun and addictive and very easy to do with a click of a button.
One of the most exciting aspects of the voting page is that users can submit their own voting scenarios in order to get their friends' (or the public's) opinions as they make decisions. It could be something as small as deciding what phone or dress to buy, or a big decision such as which house to buy. Either way, users create a quick voting scenario, pick an end date, and sit back and see what others say about the scenario. It is as simple as uploading two items (photos, articles, or videos) from your computer or website and creating a question.
Earn points by voting on scenarios or by entering into a contest to vote. Each vote equals one point in the general voting page. However, when you enter into a contest and you guess the correct item in scenarios, you earn more points (usually 10 to 100) for a correct vote. If you win a contest, you will earn the points allotted for that contest (usually several hundred). Earning Points is important as a lot of the featured contests require a certain amount of points to enter them. The leader board displays point results of the overall leaders and for the leaders of each of the contests. So get busy voting and earn points.
Likeability began as an idea to allow everyone an equal opportunity to become more likeable. As the business plan developed, Likeability evolved into an engine that allowed users to influence people and items around them. Anything and everyone can become more popular, and over time, be recognized with a high likeability score. Likeability can be a fun game to voice your opinion, or a serious way to become an authority figure in a given category.