What's so special about Quora?

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Never heard of the site before.

The following sites that do website value calculations based on web traffic.

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http://www.mywebsiteprice.com/details/quora.com
[PLAIN]http://www.mywebsiteworth.com/site/www.quora.com[/PLAIN] [Broken]
http://www.urlappraisal.net/appraisal/quora.com.html
From these three, the approximately value is $2,564,234.67

Who knows.
 
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The question and answer site Quora is being touted as worth over a billion dollars (http://www.businessinsider.com/quora-would-turn-down-a-1-billion-offer-says-investor-2011-2), but it looks to me to be another online forum. Can anyone see why it should have such a ridiculous valuation. Would anyone ask a question on Quora rather than PF?
I agree, its just a Facebook version of Wikipedia as far as I can tell. In fact, Wikipedia should maybe take the hint and try funding itself with a similar social network.
 
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Just for grins I did PhysicsForums.com http://www.mywebsiteworth.com/site/www.physicsforums.com [Broken] and it claims $129,383
 
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Pengwuino
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Why doesn't PF have its own wikipedia page, that's the question.
 
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Why doesn't PF have its own wikipedia page, that's the question.
It does sort of?

Sometimes I see keywords in peoples text that link to some sort of wiki.
 
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It does sort of?

Sometimes I see keywords in peoples text that link to some sort of wiki.
To an article about PF?
 
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Oh, "a page on wikipedia about pf". Nevermind.
 
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Why doesn't PF have its own wikipedia page, that's the question.
I nominate our infamous flippered bird for the task, does anyone second me ?

Rhody... :biggrin:
 
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I nominate our infamous flippered bird for the task, does anyone second me ?

Rhody... :biggrin:
First I'd like to know how he types using flippers.
 
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I nominate our infamous flippered bird for the task, does anyone second me ?

Rhody... :biggrin:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FisicsForums [Broken]

Physics Forums is a popular web-site for professional scientists and engineers, students, crackpots, and aquatic creatures. It was founded in 2015 by unknown extra-terrestrials. It currently averages 20,530 hits per day with 3 unique users; a user Pengwuino accounts for 20525 of these hits on average.
 
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FisicsForums [Broken]

Physics Forums is a popular web-site for professional scientists and engineers, students, crackpots, and aquatic creatures. It was founded in 2015 by unknown extra-terrestrials. It currently averages 20,530 hits per day with 3 unique users; a user Pengwuino accounts for 20525 of these hits on average.
Cute Pengy, cute...

We are not FisicsForums we are PhysicsForums... Now, get with the program !!!

Rhody...
 
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Would anyone ask a question on Quora rather than PF?
You're asking the wrong crowd.
 

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