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Quora Doesn’t Bully its Users

Many still have confusion about Quora’s identity i.e. what is Quora. First, I thought that it is just a website, a simple one. Then, when I came across it I assumed it a Q&A forum. But nowadays, when I read and write on it almost every day, I feel it is a fantastic platform that doesn’t bully its readers and writers or users. Because it is so simple to use, understand and browse. Yes with time Quora has grown like a magic. Though you cannot see a lot of images or peek into personal profiles of others, but you can gauge what is people’s actual intelligence and sentiments towards a number of topics.


For SEO and SMO people it is a paradise, so simple to enter and playing with keywords and links like a lab experience. Also, there is a provision to start a blog on it. If you talk about topics, the coverage it holds is mesmerizing. You would come to know about various thoughts and insights on the same questions galloping in thousand minds. It is like reading minds of people on a selective topic, be it from any category from WW II to recent movie releases. Quora has worldwide reach, literally all the reading minds are more or less found on Quora. And for readers and writers, it is factually a paradise. Unlike Facebook where users put anything and start bullying people on the name of religion, country or state, Quora is way different from platforms like that.

If your answers are good and make sense, then only people read and ‘up vote’ your efforts. Otherwise people just ignore you. Another factor that keeps pesky people away from Quora is that here people communicate in English. Otherwise on FB, people make jest of anything in their vernacular languages.

Quora is a hardcore reading platform that tries to connect people of same interest – reading and writing. It is a good feeling when you check your stats about your content and page views. I feel nice when I see the list of people is increasing to read my content. Have any question, you can ask there and get answers from a variety of writers. And on search engine ranking, it has best ranking. In a nutshell, it is better than Yahoo answers or some sticky social sites. If you don’t feel like to read heavy stuff, then Quora is a good friend: light, with number of options, short and lengthy answers. I grasped a lot of knowledge about Reliance JIO, which was otherwise not available from the store dealers. If you want to increase your knowledge and awareness on many topics, then Quora is the best book. Quora doesn’t let people share nasty or porn stuff; by all means it is a good and genuine platform. In the digital world if content is king, then Quora certainly is a compact example of it.

Though Quora is all about questions and answers but the sense of gossiping is never lost there. Not only is it simple but charming too.

To be an active participant in Quora Q&A, one needs to register on the site. It is pretty simple. To know more Quora, kindly refer Wikipedia, to have better insights about its founders, origin, revenue model etc. 

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