For yahoo answers, what is the reason to reach past level 2 by answering questions?
I know that when you reach level 2, the links that you enter when answering questions, will be clickable, but other than being able to answer and ask more questions when you reach higher levels what are the other benefits?
I probably get three times as many clicks from YA as from HP. If you continue to answer more questions relevant to your hubs (and leave your profile or hub page as a signature), when someone searches for an answer and opens up the YA page, they will find your address/link. Thus, you may only have a few clicks from that answer, that day, but many more as time progresses.
The other reason? I enjoy helping people by providing the information I have learned.
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