I love collecting lists of books. Beyond reading books, it’s one of my favorite things to do. I hit up all the usual sites: blogs, podcasts, even Reddit’s reading forum.
It wasn’t until I turned to Quora that I discovered it’s a hidden gem for book lovers. I won’t lie and say I figured this out on my own. In fact, I only got into Quora more recently for an entirely different project.
What the Heck is Quora?
Ok first, you might not even know what Quora is. Here’s a quick overview.
It’s basically a big question and answer site. Back in the early days of the internet, you might remember Yahoo Answers. It’s where you’d go to figure out what that strange rash might be before you scared yourself shitless on WebMD.
Quora is sort of like that, but far more useful (in my opinion.). This is because you can get incredible answers to questions that are super in depth. Also, lots of famous people jump on there frequently and answer questions as well.
In my other life as a freelance finance writer (hit me up if you need a writer!), I’m always working on ways to market. This month, I’ve been running a quick 30-day experiment to help build up my profile.