You have many questions and most of the times even the internet fails to give you an exact answer. Even Wikipedia tells you only what it wants to. The precise answers are always missing in action. So whom else do you ask? Quite a frustrating experience for sure. In my bid to look for these clear-cut and well-defined answers I came across a website called “Quora”.

To begin with, I thought what could a bunch of people actually tell me when the Google search engine was a disappointment? And this was the beginning of a journey less ordinary. I was bitten by the Quora bug.

A Little Bit About Quora

Quora was founded in June 2009 by Adam D’Angelo and Charlie Cheever. Its headquarters are based in California, United States. Essentially, Quora is a question and answer platform. People ask their questions and its community of users, who have the exact answers, reply.

Are The Answers Found On Quora Reliable?

Quora’s community of users is dedicated to ensuring the quality and reliability of answers. As such, they have developed a system of “upvote” and “downvote” to maintain the integrity of answers. Also, if further information needs to be added or correction needs to be done to an existing answer then the users can suggest edits or provide their version of the correct answer. This continuous involvement of experts, as well as general public, has created a really helpful platform for the right serving of solutions. Therefore, Quora is definitely reliable.

The Quora Nation

The world of Quora is like one big nation. Here nationality, color, creed or sex of the community member does not matter. What matters is how well you can assist others in answering there queries. According to Charlie Cheever, “90% of the information that people have is in their minds and not on the web”. Quora aims to capture as much of this subjective knowledge as possible. Those bitten by the Quora bug understand its lure completely. The site is intellectually stimulating and by no means restricting. It is a unique and extremely reliable source of information and as such, very addictive.

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