Amen (website)

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Type of business Private
Type of site
Social networking service
Founded Berlin, Germany
Headquarters Berlin, Germany
Area served World
Founder(s) Felix Petersen
Caitlin Winner
Florian Weber
Key people Felix Peterson (Co-Founder & CEO)
Caitlin Winner (Co-Founder & CPO)
Florian Weber (Co-Founder & CTO)
Employees 8
Slogan(s) The Best and Worst of Everything
Alexa rank 63,880[1]
Registration Required to post
Launched September 2011
Current status Discontinued

Amen was a social networking service.


Noted for its addictive, mad lib-like feel [2] and ability to create structured data,[3] Amen has received attention, having been selected as one of Venturebeat's top 5 favorites from TechCrunch Disrupt 2011.[4]

"You fire up the app on the iPhone or web browser and say a person, place or thing is “the best” or “the worst” ever, like like, the Best Dubstep track ever...You can agree with this statement with an “Amen”. But with a “Hell no” you have to suggest an alternative answer. It’s a rigid structure, but you can post whatever you want." .[3]


Amen was started in February 2011 by Felix Petersen, Florian Weber and Caitlin Winner.[5] Seed round investors include Index and A Grade.[6]

In August 2013, Amen was bought by[7]

In February 2015 announced the shut down of the platform.

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