Quora is great in that you can find answers to any of your questions there, and much more. Meanwhile, unlike Wikipedia, you can talk to the person who wrote the answer. This is a big advantage since you yourself already know how difficult it sometimes may be to understand some obscure words spewed by a pundit.
So what is Quora? Is it a social network or a simple database? It’s more likely the first one, given that it has many traditional social communication features. In addition, these information arrays are a result of multiple answers of experts to questions, and this is one of the principles of the platform.
Now imagine that your status on Quora has grown so much that your every word is perceived by the public at face value. It’s very easy to influence the crowd in this position, and, for example, you can unobtrusively suggest people buy some product, which they will happily do. Do you want to do that? Then you just need to buy upvotes. Why? Read on. In the meantime, here’s a few lines for those who are not familiar with this interesting and very charismatic service.
One day, Adam d’Angelo and Charlie Chiver, former members of the Facebook development team, came up with an ingenious thought while arguing over the value of information: why not create such a platform where experts in their fields would give advice to everyone in need. And since all text gets saved, soon this two-way communication would surely turn into some sort of database where experts can project their experience that they use in their work.
Both liked the idea. But two problems emerged: how to get rid of a ton of not very smart answers, and how to organize information to simplify the search. The first problem was decided to be left to the users by introducing a voting system on the answers value. This is how buying upvotes (like Quora likes) has become a measure of the usefulness of recommendations, and therefore the level of knowledge in an area.
The second problem was left to a promising technology of a self-learning neural network. Its task is to analyze new text and assign it the tag of a certain topic. This is how it became possible to quickly search for a topic in a huge sea of information. And it is truly endless...
At the beginning of 2018, the platform had about 200 million active accounts.
Quora is an information social service built on the principle of questions and answers. The platform contains the basic elements of social networks, which makes it possible to make promotion by buying upvotes.
The Quora ranking algorithm works like this: if the user has a lot of upvotes on previous answers, then his next publication gets to the top for some time. Then the positions change depending on how many upvotes people buy. Meanwhile the credibility of the user grows from one answer to another.
Unlike other Q&A services, Quora provides a unique opportunity to choose a theme, an expert, or a specific question. Then you can follow them and receive notifications.
To buy Upvotes is a process of quickly increasing the number of likes on an answer to get it on the top list.
As already mentioned, the position of an answer depends on the amount of upvotes. At the beginning of the list, preference is given to the advice of a credible author. Here’s an example: you wrote an answer to a question. You bought many upvotes for it to move it up. Your next answer will by default get to the top of the list until voting begins in that thread.
However, it may take too much time until you get the “fresh” upvotes, because users usually take their time to express their attitude towards a post. This is why your answer will stay first after the question for a while. If you buy promotion for it, this will give it another point to its credibility. And it will help you in case the ranking algorithm cannot determine which user gave more useful advice.
It is naive to expect any obvious loopholes in the Quora security system from former Facebook developers. Therefore, the process of buying upvotes may get those who are not familiar with it banned. First of all, the platform strictly monitors answers from empty, inactive and newly created accounts. Registering multiple profiles and buying promotion for them is not a good idea.
Also, the same IP addresses and a few more obvious signs of cheating are severely monitored. MRPOPULAR has everything you need to get around these restrictions. Our Quora accounts are a model of activity and engagement as they are supported by real and interested people. They will also execute the service of upvotes in case you decide to buy them.