If you have searched for software lately, you may have noticed that the first page of Google is full of listings not from the software companies themselves but instead from software review sites. Review sites can be handy to find a list of products for a particular segment. The reviews themselves can also be helpful, although the quality of listings and reviews is mixed. Here are some of the top sites: G2.com Capterra SourceForge Crowdreviews.com Software Advice Technology Advice SaaS Genius GetApp SoftwareSuggest TrustRadius Review sites take pains to ensure that reviews are genuine, but some fake reviews seem to get through. In some cases reviewers are paid for reviews which could affect their authenticity. Software review sites are financed by the companies with paid listings - this is not Consumer Reports. Paid listings are more prominently featured and can even pop up as ads on the free listing pages of competitors. Some review sites earn extra revenue by taking your informati
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