If you have never visited Quora, this might pique your interest and get you to go on the website to either ask questions or get answers. It is most likely that you have encountered this website if you have ever typed a question into the Google search box.
Quora is simply a Q&A site. Internet users go there to ask questions and get answers. The site was co-founded in 2009 by Adam D’Angelo and Charlie Cheever. They both once worked for Facebook. It started out by gaining popularity with people in Silicon Valley. It has, however, become the toast of the whole internet.
The site grew exponentially when high profile people like Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, Pandora Radio founder Tim Westergren and Foursquare director of business development Tristan Walker reportedly used to the site.
Quora is a cool hangout spot where anyone at all can ask any question and get answers. It has around 100 million visitors monthly and has grown to be a mega website.
There are threads that help to identify the best places in the world to visit. It gives photos and insights by users who have visited and lived there too. All the content on the site is also user-generated.
You can ask questions on immigration, schooling, hair, food, health and the like. You will get responses from experts and people who have been through similar experiences.
Questions about how to be rich were answered on Quora by millionaires, CEOs and Time people of the year. They proffer great and meaningful insights into how people can start over and make money.
Quora has grown to become an online authority. Popular search engines like Google and Bing show answers from the site as the first search position. Bing shows links and information while Google grabs the information and displays the answers in a small link.
You can get deep credible answers on legal issues and very serious matters on the site as well.