I’m Writing on Quora. Here are My Best Answers.

by Jason Unger

Over the past few months, I’ve been spending more and more time on Quora, the popular questions-and-answers platform.

If you’ve never used it (to either write answers, ask questions or simply read what people are talking about), it’s essentially a much cleaner, well-informed and easier-to-use Yahoo! Answers.

I’m sure the company’s founders, including a former CTO at Facebook, don’t care for that comparison, but at its core, it’s people asking questions and others responding.

They also have a Reddit Ask Me Anything type offering called Sessions, where anyone of note can come in and answer questions from people interested in them or their area of expertise.

While there can be pockets of low-quality questions and answers, Quora does a decent job at showing you things you’re interested in and burying the stuff you’re not.

Obviously, I enjoy writing and talking about personal finance and automating your finances, so it’s no surprise the bulk of my writing on Quora focuses on that area.

Some of the ideas and topics I’ve written about there crossover to posts here on Automatic Finances, but many have a new angle or focus on a specific question posed.

If you’re interested in reading some of my more popular (or my favorite) answers, check them out:

You can also check out my full profile (and list of answers).

Photo by Matthew Guay on Unsplash

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