Your tool has not checked if I've added a full one URL and therefore it messes up it's check and I'm with data like this on your website
back to homepage – it's not immediately clear what the page is for – general reviews ? industry-specific?
When I read a review, I do not get context – when I had a problem with HP in India years ago, I could not get anyone at HP in New Zealand to help because the New Zealand company did not have any formal connections with me the Indian company. So, your review of a business may not be relevant to how it works in my area.
Let's take McDonalds as an example
When I open their site, copy the URL and paste it into the search bar so that I can "search for sites" get this
but I get reasonable results if I'm just looking for the word "mcdonalds"
If I'm looking for a smaller local business when I'm on Looking for them, I can see that there are 73 reviews – how do you want to compete against Google to make sure your site has the same market penetration?
If you can not keep up, then your page will be pointed to a link farm – used by people spamming links or people turning to anyone want to listen.
You do not seem to have a spam filter like akismet on the site – so you'll have to decide how to handle such blatant spam.
If I want to know more about Jace, I can not say if his opinion is trustworthy. No links to social media, no gravatar, no country, no age etc.
You have to check an s on the end of the "5" if the Meter reading is more than 1.
They show a pie chart, which other information goes into there – and what did he actually check.
SOURCES: TECHCRUNCH.COM GSMARENA.COM MACRUMORS.COM FIRSTPOST.COM ANDROIDCENTRAL.COM PHANDROID.COM TECHSPOT.COM
DROID-LIFE.COM ENGADGET.COM ANDROIDPOLICE.COM