The most important thing is to have each question page become the best possible resource for someone who wants to know about the question.
People can follow topics so that the system can show them questions they are interested in and know about. People can follow individual questions too, which creates a waiting audience for anyone who wants to write an answer to the question. Some people call this "inverse blogging."
Bring up the idea of clovefield and people believing what they see online before checking other sources
By Michael Mooney<br />
What Is Quora<br />“A continually improving collection of questions and answers created, edited, and organized by everyone who uses it.” <br />
How you add to Quora<br /> Almost any public space on Quora can be edited by anyone who knows how to improve it.<br />Quorarelies on the good faith of everyone using it to make it a high quality resource.<br />
Targeted Businesses<br /><ul><li>FAQ about products or services
Other users can comment along with company comments
People can write what ever they like on the website about the business
Product Questions With Customer Answers</li></ul>“Inverse Blogging”<br />
Pro’s<br />“Real” answers from the internet community and communities from around the world<br />Personal experiences about products<br />Answers from CEO’s and other high powered executives<br />Positive reviews about products<br />Free advertisement<br />
Con’s<br />People<br />Content Can be added by anyone<br />Information isn't always proven factual before posted<br />Profiles have been proven faked<br />Business<br />People can ask any Questions they want about a product<br />There is no filter<br />
Success Story<br /><ul><li> Continuing Community Growth</li></li></ul><li>Trends<br />Number of members increasing daily<br />Number of Questions answered increasing<br />Number of credible sources increasing<br />