Media Collaboration with PissedConsumer
PissedConsumer has a professional research team that is ready to help and assist journalists with their requests, even the ones on the deadline. We want to help our consumers be heard, and media representatives to find an exclusive story to tell.
- Consumer data & trends by industries and companies
- Knowledgebase of 2,5M reviews
- Research on the topic or company
- Help in contacting real consumers
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Michael Podolsky (CEO and Co-Founder)
Michael Podolsky is a co-founder and CEO of PissedConsumer.com, a review platform and consumer advocacy website. After completing two degrees in Computer Science and Finance, Michael has spent over 20 years on Wall Street crafting his career from a Help Desk Assistant to an independent business owner. For the past 15 years, he has been actively involved in search engine optimization, technology development, legal strategies, and general business management.
Having extensive experience in customer service, Michael advocates for consumers’ right to free speech and the First Amendment. As an accomplished entrepreneur, Michael shares practical insights and tips with young business owners. His expert commentary, opinion, and PissedConsumer news have appeared in the media outlets, such as the U.S. News, Bloomberg, New York Post, The Washington Post, The New York Times, TechDirt, ABC News, Inc.Request as Media Expert
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Nearly 70% of consumers might sit out this season’s biggest holiday shopping day according to a new Black Friday survey conducted by PissedConsumer.com. That includes 7% of those surveyed who previously shopped on Black Friday.
PissedConsumer.com now features notices on company profile pages if a company continues to do business in Russia despite the war in Ukraine. The move aims to help consumers make more informed decisions regarding purchases and boycotts in solidarity with the people of Ukraine.
PissedConsumer.com introduced a new self-recorded video interview option for online reviews, opening video review opportunities to more visitors. Increased demand comes as the company finds a 500% greater chance of satisfactory resolutions to online reviews when they include media such as video interviews.
PissedConsumer.com helps attorneys reach potential plaintiffs interested in class-action lawsuits. Several suits have been filed as a result since the service’s launch in 2019. The success of this service is predominantly a result of targeted email marketing to PissedConsumer’s users.
U.S. consumer advocacy and customer complaints website, PissedConsumer.com, marks 14 years of helping consumers better protect their consumer rights. As an anniversary gift, Pissed Consumer now offers two-way conversations with companies and enables complaint resolutions through its online platform and consumer video interviews.
A complaint resolution and consumer advocacy website, PissedConsumer.com, explains to consumers the common ways of how they can seek solutions with companies and improve their satisfaction. Expertise based on consumer data and latest submitted reviews which were resolved through their platform.
PissedConsumer.com launched a new service helping attorneys connect with negatively-impacted consumers interested in becoming plaintiffs in class action lawsuits. The service will include the identification of potentially-interested consumers, as well as outreach. It is designed to save attorneys and their legal marketing firms time by finding leads from within the company’s extensive database of consumer complaints.
U.S. consumer advocacy and customer complaints website, https://www.PissedConsumer.com will make real-time industry and consumer review data available through the company’s new “Consumer Trends” tool. The aggregate data in the “Consumer Trends” tool will feature statistics in an infographic format. All data is exportable and can be browsed by industry and custom date ranges.
U.S. consumer advocacy and customer complaints website, PissedConsumer.com researched tax-related consumer complaint trends filed by its users during the first two months of 2018. The company is offering tips for taxpayers looking to avoid these common problems.