Marketers looking to grow their brand’s presence have no shortage of platforms to take advantage of—the hard part is deciding which platforms present the best opportunities for your particular brand.
Regardless of your industry, one of the best platforms for growing your audience is Quora.
Quora is a question-and-answer website where users can answer each other’s questions about all kinds of topics.
Launched in 2009, Quora has attracted students, professionals, journalists and industry leaders all keen to share their knowledge. It can be viewed as a kind of “social” network, a unique cross between social media and research.
So why should marketers care about Quora? SEMrush laid it out quite well: On Quora, you can get more high-quality traffic, boost your authority and learn more about your audience.
If you haven’t used Quora for marketing, now’s the time.
Not convinced? In this post, we’re going to share 15 Quora statistics every marketer should know.
Whether you’re new to Quora or it’s already part of your marketing strategy, these statistics will help you improve your brand’s online presence.
Let’s get right to it.
Can’t recall all of those statistics? That’s OK.
Here are the top five Quora statistics that marketers should know:
Quora is increasingly the place to be for business audiences, which means it’s the place to be for marketers as well—not only to grow their brand’s online presence but to keep up with industry trends and even learn a few tricks from other marketers.
Which Quora stat stood out to you the most? Drop us a comment—we’d love to know what you think.
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