TwitchDB is a site that is aimed towards helping streamers get noticed. Additionally, the site provides a feedback system where your views can submit very detailed feedback so that you can work to improve your stream. For people looking for something new, we have a database of over 5,000 streamers that can be found in a variety of ways using our categories.
TwitchDB has its own wiki on github which you can read (or contribute to) here: TwitchDB Wiki
Getting started is easy! Just log in, and you'll be directed to your profile setup and overview page. From there, you'll be able to fill out an introduction. Once approved, you'll appear in the "streams" section when you are live.
Your viewers will be able to optionally enable the ability to send anonymous feedback. Do not worry, similar to profiles - all feedback is moderated first. That way, you don't get any malicious shenanigans.
Votes are a new way to sort streamers. The more votes you have, the higher up you'll appear in the "votes" category. Viewers will only be able to vote once.
Intro's are typically rejected because not enough effort has been put into it to consider it worthy for approval.
We get a lot of intros. Like, a lot. Typically, it can take anywhere from 2-5 days to approve them.
Channel surf is a feature that will randomly select users from the intro database that are online and allow you to quickly view them. This was a feature suggested by a user of the twitch subreddit and is one of the most popular ways to discover new content. On the channel surf page you'll notice when you hover over the Twitch player some new icons show up. You can hover over these icons for a description of what they do!