Quora, a Q&A site that aims to be the easiest place to write new content and share content from the web has unveiled it’s new blogging platform for users of the site and writers who want exposure for their content. Quora’s co-founder Adam D’Angelo once said blogs are easy to start, but unless the author is famous, it takes years to build a following.
Blogs on Quora is the new way the company hopes to get writers to share their thoughts with the public and get a decent following.
According to Quora:
“Blogs on Quora are great for people who (1) don’t have a big, established online presence already and (2) don’t want to do the time-intensive, heavy lifting of marketing their blog and slowly building an audience. If you are a good writer but don’t have thousands of Twitter followers or a big audience for your blog, Quora is an ideal place to write. Your blog will be discovered quickly without you having to do any work besides writing. Writing one great post on Quora will attract a big audience, no matter how many people already know or follow you.”
New and existing writers can take advantage of Quora’s 300,000 topics to write on what they love and share with internet users. Quora currently have an average of 30,000+ monthly views and 350,000+ estimated annual views. Active writers on Quora average 90,000+ monthly views and 1+ million estimated annual views.
Check out these early blogs for inspiration.