Quora users’ complaints about the notification system seem to fall on deaf ears.
Just ahead of its spinoff from Time Warner, Time magazine announces a content partnership with Quora.
Shortly after she complained of alleged stalking on Quora, former Top Writer Alia Caldwell vanished, taking all of her contributions with her.
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“There are a lot of misogynists in the world. I didn’t know how many until I joined Quora,” writes one Quora user.
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“The reason we write 25 headlines is that it’s an old strategy from my boss’s old gig, The Onion.” — Upworthy’s Editor-at-Large, Adam Mordecai
If you’re a stat-addict and find yourself checking and rechecking how many shares, likes, comments and such your posts receive, you’ll want to pop over to Quora. They’ve replaced their ‘views’ metric with ‘stats’ and the latter provides a MUCH fuller figure to feast your eyes upon.
Quora is giving its writers what they’ve asked for: better traffic analysis for the content they create. By giving users what they want, Quora has a better chance of retaining writers, while attracting new ones with better benefits.