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I'd like to get qualitative feedback for my content (video, blog, infographics, etc). Analytics are nice, but not nearly as actionable as interviews and other forms of qualitative feedback. Thinking of some sort of marketplace/fire hose where I can hire someone to give feedback anytime, on demand. Something like UserTesting is cool, but their rates are kinda expensive and I'm more interested in checking content rather than usability. Is there something like BetaList, but for getting content feedback?

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    Nishith Gupta

    almost 3 years ago #

    Hi Allan,

    As per what I understood, http://uxhack.co is taking a step in the same direction. It is a private crowdsourcing marketplace specifically to help you optimize your different product assets.

    You can have a look at it and let me know if that is what you were looking at. I would be more than glad to assist you further.

    Regards,
    Nishith

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    Trevor Longino

    almost 3 years ago #

    John Biggs runs a text-focused startup that's right up your alley here: https://www.typewriter.plus

    Dunno about video, though. Maybe create a typeform survey with the video at the top and ask a bunch of people on Mechanical Turk to watch & review?

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    caterine greif

    almost 3 years ago #

    Hi Allan,

    In my work we use a simple researh, but it have amazing results.

    We only send a friendly and short email asking about the content. If he likes and if there are others subjects that he like'd know. We received many replies about our content and needs of our leads.

    There is a important thing in this case, you need take time to respond your reader when he interacts with you, so is good you starts with a litle part of your contacts only.

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