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Any other platforms similar to Quora?



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Any other platforms similar to Quora?

Question and Answers communities are a really great way to promote your good content. You just need to find related questions and write a helpful answer but also get them to visit your websites for more information.

I did a lot this kind of promotion over the years for many of my clients. Yahoo Answers was the best and the most popular until Yahoo decided to stop maintaining and improving the platform. At the moment it's pretty hard to still publish and promote stuff on Yahoo Answers.

The next best thing is Quora, awesome Q&A platform, lots of active users, very easy to promote stuff there.

Anyone around with experience on this subject? What other popular Q&A communities are out there?

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WinnersPBN

There is no website exactly similar to Quora at the moment but I prefer Reddit over Quora anyday I want to ask something. Most of the time Quora users turn out to be having some propaganda. Reddit has thousands if not millions users who answer your question just for the sake of answering it. They don't have any hidden propaganda behind.




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Cristian

Well, I don't really want answers, I want to give the answers, be helpful and also promote my websites. You can do that on reddit too and you can get tons of traffic, but its a little difficult to promote yourself there, really great community that will smell bullcrap from a mile away.




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Lynne

OMG Cristian you just had me laughing myself silly over that comment about Reddit.

I have found Reddit quite hard to get into. It seems that the Reddit community members are really tight with each other. If you are already in then well, you are in... but if you aren't in then you are an outsider.

I am now on my third attempt with Reddit and although it is working a bit better for me there now I do still sense this feeling of hostility towards me. I don't manage to get onto Reddit often so when I get a chance to I just get involved in the odd discussion here and there... but I don't like that unwelcome thing.




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Everett

Ya, Reddit users on the only hand are a bit too "passionate". Sometimes if you ask a question the redditers or whatever they call themselves will eat you alive, and then spit you out. I've had this happen to me on quite a few occasions, and it wasn't even like i was trying to make it an outcome for them to do this, or provoking.

It seems to pan out like this if you're not in the "Reddit" clique, if that makes any sense. I seem to find that if you're new to a subreddit than you're basically nothing, and never will be.. That's what I get from reddit.. some users are just rude.. lol




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cognizant

Stackexchange is very much like Quora.




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Cristian

Nice one! Thanks for the share! Added it to the reviewing list. It's not as active like Quora but it still looks damn great with a lot of diverse topics.




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procoder

I've never used quora but i think there are plenty platforms similar with it, Q&A platforms are liked by people and they are very popular nowadays.




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Everett

I like using StackOverflow for programming related questions/answers. I have learned a lot from that site, not by posting any questions just by getting the answers to some questions. In my early days of programming, I use to always frequent that site if I had any issue, and usually htere was a solution to the issue I was having.

For Quora, they don't really reccomend that you post programming related questions, and they seem to redirect you to StackOverflow, or other programming related Question/Answer websites. So I tend to think Quora is just general questions. However, some very interesting people use Quora, and that is just awesome.




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overcast

Yahoo Answers and Stack Exchange are the only two that I know of for now. Both of them have plenty of categories from programming to cooking. They cover a lot of things and they are not much into the depth for the content. I think stack exchange can be valuable in this context. But they don't usually allow link dropping and are very strict in that case.




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cmoneyspinner

I wish I could recommend a comparable site. Other commenters have already made suggestions but by comparison (in my humble opinion) Quora is the best Q & A site out there.




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clerk4x

Ans.tips is another great site just like quora




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