Are these two forums somehow "related"?
I checked my traffic sources today, and a new traffic source was on my list: w3digger.com...
I went to the site to check it out, as I have never heard of it before. So I stumbled across a question I apparently gave an answer to. But it was answered in exactly the same way I answered a question on Yahoo Answers, and had my Yahoo Answers Account name. And there were answers from other Yahoo Answers members that I recognize as well. I clicked on my name, but it gave an error message, obviously, as I'm not registered on w3digger. Can someone explain.
by Bill Manning4 years ago
OK I know a lot about links, but somehow I can't make a damn link to turn into a live hyperlink in Yahoo answers! I've done it both ways; just typing in the plain URL, and also using the full a href= code.None of them...
by LarasMama7 years ago
Just wondering if anyone here uses Y!Answers as a traffic source - it's a nofollow link but if you've ever googled a question you'll see there's nearly always a Y~Answer near the top of the first page. Meaning that when...
by Et al...8 years ago
Is it ethically ok to go look for undecided questions in the Yahoo Answers forum that relate to my hubs, then answer the question and give them a link to my hub? Does anyone else do this?
by Whitney10 years ago
Ok, so I haven't gotten that aweful 999 error in MONTHS! and now, it seems there are so many perfect questions to post my links too, and I'm getting the 999 error! Anyone else having this problem? I was getting ok...
by Whitney10 years ago
I have a suggestion. Lately, I've been participating in Yahoo Answers. I try to answer any question I have a thought about, especially those that I have experience with. I have answered several questions that...
by creativeMind8 years ago
Hi everyone,What would have been the outcome if yahoo answers was revenue sharing site?
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