Definitions for rankerˈræŋ kər
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a person who ranks.
Brit. a soldier in the ranks or a commissioned officer promoted from the ranks.
Origin of ranker:
a commissioned officer who has been promoted from enlisted status
an enlisted soldier who serves in the ranks of the armed forces
One who ranks things, or arranges them in ranks.
one who ranks, or disposes in ranks; one who arranges
Ranker is a crowdsourced platform that consumers visit 9 million times a month to view, rank, and vote on broad opinion-based questions ranging from the yummiest gluten-free crackers to the most attractive celebrities to the top inexpensive cars. Ranker is the "Yelp for everything else". To consumers, Ranker is a publisher (80 million+ monthly pageviews, Quantcast Top 100 for mobile web). Equally importantly, Ranker is a fully-semantic consumer data collection machine. This data produces continually updated rankings across 1000s of topics with intrinsic value far beyond regular pageviews and has in parallel built an "opinion graph" (people who like X also like Y, and think Z is expensive) with over 7 million "edges". This data has immense value to market researchers, ad agencies, ad targeters, and other enterprise customers who derive value from consumer psychographic behaviorIn addition to being a destination site, Ranker’s platform is fully portable as well, and hundreds of publishers big and small use Ranker widgets to power list-based ranking and polling on their sites, often as the “reader’s poll version” of editorial lists.
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