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Why And How To Use Quora For Marketing

The Internet appears to be brimming with helpful, amusing, and instructive places to spend time, not to mention crucial venues for brands and organizations to engage with their target audiences. Quora, the community-driven question-and-answer site, keeps coming up for us. Quora Marketing is a great opportunity for content marketers and you should start using it as soon as possible.

There are several channels available to marketers wanting to increase their company’s exposure and reach a bigger audience. The difficulty is determining which platforms offer the best prospects for your brand. However, regardless of the industry in which your company operates, Quora is one of the finest venues for increasing your reach today.

Why Quora Marketing?

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Quora can aid your content marketing approach in a variety of ways:

  • It may be a reliable source of referral traffic for you.
  • Quality leads can be generated no matter where they are directed — social channels, sign-up forms, blog posts, and so on.
  • You may establish power and control social influence from the ground up.
  • You can better understand your audience – what their specific pain points are — and interact with them.

How to Make Use of Quora Marketing

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Quora, like its marketing flywheel, is best leveraged in three ways: content marketing thought leadership, and paid advertising.

Here are five tried-and-true methods for making the most of your Quora marketing efforts:

1. Repurpose Existing Content

Quora offers one of the most inventive methods to repurpose content and increase referral traffic.

What is the significance of referral traffic?

In the face of frequent search engine algorithm adjustments, referral traffic is your safety net.

Quora is also a fantastic place to share blog pieces and other material that may not be getting enough attention.

Yes, there are figures on social media outlets. However, in terms of exposure, Quora posts are evergreen and widely indexed by Google.

2. The importance of editing and formatting cannot be overstated.

Reading answers that are poorly written, ambiguous, or utterly irrelevant is my biggest Quora pet peeve.

When composing a response, modify it in the same way you would a blog post or report.

Keep in mind that you want to make a good impression on the reader and earn their trust.

When it comes to formatting, Quora’s text editing tools come in handy. Divide a lengthy message into numbered or bulleted sections for easy reading and scanning.

By bolding or italicizing your text, you may draw attention to a certain section (underlines make the text more difficult to read).

3. Increase your Quora upvotes.

In general, you should respond to questions as soon as possible after they are posted. Because the question is still fresh in the asker’s mind, they are more likely to upvote your response or engage you further.

Getting there first also means you won’t have to compete with other answers—you don’t want to replicate someone else’s ideas, after all.

Furthermore, if responses to the same question receive the same number of upvotes, older answers tend to remain at the top, implying new eyes and more readers!

4. Respond to questions with enthusiasm and confidence

Once you’ve identified questions that are pertinent to your organization, make sure your responses stand out. Nobody will be impressed by one or two words on “How to Use Pinterest.” An intelligent answer, on the other hand, displays your thought leadership by linking to relevant information on your blog, case studies, and data.

Remember to demonstrate your enthusiasm for the subject and don’t be scared to allow your brand’s tone of voice to come through.

5. Re-answer questions you’ve already addressed on your blog

Now we’re going into the world of reusing content or making your blog posts and articles useful long after they’ve been published.

Assume you’ve published an essay containing a plethora of solutions to a common query or problem.

Take that blog article, identify the questions you’ve answered, and go find them on Quora.

Then simply share your responses to the Quora questions, referring back to the blog page for further information.


Quora may be a very beneficial addition to any company’s marketing plan. And, while there are several tips and tactics you can use to improve your outcomes, the key to success is to keep focused on the platform’s fundamental purpose of serving as a useful resource.

So, what are you holding out for? Get inquisitive and start replying!

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Arundhati Sensharma