Rotten Tomatoes Website Insights

Company Description:

Rotten Tomatoes, home of the Tomatometer, is the most trusted measurement of quality for Movies & TV. The definitive site for Reviews, Trailers, Showtimes, and Tickets

Company Tags:

Top 1000 Sites - United States Top 1000 Sites - Great Britain Top 10000 Sites - United States Top 100,000 Sites - United States Internet


Industry: Internet
Location: United States
Employees: 11-50
Founded: 1998
* Company data provided by People Data Labs

Site Statistics

Tranco Rank
1201 / 6000000 * last update: Sep 24, 2022
Alexa Rank
869 / 1000000 * last update: Sep 29, 2022
Majestic Rank
971 / 1000000 * last update: Sep 25, 2022
Umbrella Rank
34624 / 1000000 * last update: Jun 19, 2022

Rotten Tomatoes Tech Stack

This section shows Rotten Tomatoes's tech stack. Click any category title to see all vendors in that category, ranked by SiteScore rank as well as adoption metrics.


Rotten Tomatoes uses Moat for Competitive Intelligence.
Rotten Tomatoes uses Salesforce Audience Studio, and Tapad for Customer Data Platforms (CDPs).
Rotten Tomatoes uses AdForm, Adobe Audience Manager, Oracle DMP, Salesforce Audience Studio, and The Trade Desk for Data Management.
Rotten Tomatoes uses TowerData for Data Providers.
Rotten Tomatoes uses Adobe Advertising Cloud, Bidswitch, Centro, Criteo, Facebook Ads, Google Ads, IndexExchange, Kargo, LinkedIn Ads, Moat, and Verizon Media for Display & Programmatic Advertising.
Rotten Tomatoes uses Qualtrics for Interactive Content.
Rotten Tomatoes uses optimizely for Landing Page Optimization.
Rotten Tomatoes uses Disqus for Native Advertising.
Rotten Tomatoes uses TrustArc for Privacy & GDPR.
Rotten Tomatoes uses Google Ads for Search Advertising.
Rotten Tomatoes uses Facebook Ads, Google Ads, and LinkedIn Ads for Social Media Advertising.
Rotten Tomatoes uses Twitter for Social Media Management.
Rotten Tomatoes uses Qualtrics for Surveys.
Rotten Tomatoes uses Google Tag Manager for Tag Management.
Rotten Tomatoes uses Nielsen for Television Advertising.
Rotten Tomatoes uses JW Player, and YouTube for Video Hosting.
Rotten Tomatoes uses Adobe, ContentSquare, Google Analytics, Moat, and Quantcast for Web & Mobile Analytics.
Rotten Tomatoes also uses Apple, Chartbeat, Cloudflare, Google, Google Adsense, Jivox, Merkle, ownerIQ, ScorecardResearch, Spotify, Valassis, Wordpress, and ZergNet on their website.
* Rotten Tomatoes technographic data was gathered by SiteScore analyzing https://rottentomatoes.com and related pages.

Rotten Tomatoes Tech Stack Changes Over Time

This section shows how Rotten Tomatoes's tech stack has changed over time. Click any vendor to learn more about that company.