5 Easy Ways to Use Quora to get Blog Post Ideas

Wondering how to use Quora to get blog post ideas?

Then you are in the right place.

Check out this post and learn how you can use Quora effectively to get blog post ideas.

How to Use Quora to get Blog Post Ideas

Quora is one of the top best Q&A answer sites. You can ask any question related to any field. You will get instant answers.

Given the amount of information present on Quora, we can use it easily for our blog as a tool. Instead of searching for it on Google, you can do that on Quora.  

Then you can compile the answers and make the post on your blog. Let’s see how to use Quora to get the best ideas for your blog content.

Easy Ways to Use Quora to get Blog Post Ideas
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Easy Ways to Use Quora to get Blog Post Ideas

Create a Quora account

Creating a Quora account is the first step to get ideas for your blog.

Quora is a free service. Just enter your email and sign up. You can also use your Facebook or Google account to sign up.

Once you have created an account, complete your profile.

If you are asking a question or answering a question it is important that your profile is complete. Else, it will look like a fake account.

Follow Relevant Spaces

You can get new blog post ideas on Quora by following the topics that are relevant to your blog.

Apart from topics, you can use Spaces. It is one of the new features introduced by Quora recently.

Spaces help you find your target audience easily.

Topics are for questions and answers. Spaces are also for Shares, Posts, and Links

Ask the question that you need answers for

You may have some doubts or questions on your mind.

You can ask those questions related to your blog. Just start the conversation by simply asking the question. But make sure it’s clear, grammatically correct and specific.

Also, check whether you have asked the question in the correct category. This way, followers of that category will get the notification on their dashboard.

Once you have published your questions, you can invite fellow Quorans to answer it.

Compiling all the answers you can publish the content for your next post.

The best way is to ask the experts by inviting them.  If you are unable to find any experts, check for the active users in that category.

Read: How to use Pinterest to get traffic to your website

Use those answers

After learning, do not forget to share it with your network. Else, you can also post the question and answers to your blog via the ‘Share’ link.

Another way to use the answers is to inform and help you craft your next epic blog post. This is crowdsourced content that you can use in your own writing.

Check: Killer Tips to get the blog post ideas

Give Credit to write a round-up post or lists

Round up posts were used by many bloggers. They will compile a list of useful resources from other sites. These types of posts will be published on weekends or once a month.

When you ask questions on Quora, respondents are providing you free content as answers. So, it is important to respect the time and effort someone is giving to help you. 

As mentioned earlier, use those answers to inform your blog post content. Never claim them as your own.

Give credit or link to the original source. Use the answers to craft a round-up post or lists

Conclusion

In this post, you have seen How to Use Quora to get Blog Post Ideas.

You can just harness the required information from the huge list available in Quora. It will help you reduce your research time.

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3 thoughts on “5 Easy Ways to Use Quora to get Blog Post Ideas”

  1. I agree that Quora is a very good way to find new ideas and keywords for your next blog post. I do use quora time to time and it works fairly good.

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  2. Hey Umapathy,

    Thanks for this post. Quora is the next site on my list of places to go and investigate. I have of late been hearing a bit about it, but your post gave me the information I require. I am rather excited by the Q& A idea.

    I always think when I leave an answer anywhere, it has my name attached to it, so it is important to give the comment my best shot. That’s how I see it anyway.

    Rachel.

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