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There’s plenty of information on the internet today, but it can still be difficult to find that one fact you need. Google can’t answer your questions directly, and if you do search for a question, chances are you’ll find some off-the-wall response on Yahoo! Answers. Not exactly what you were looking for.

Instead, today there are a number of niche question and answer sites that can make your search for an answer much more productive. These sites are designed to let users ask and answer questions, and usually let readers vote up answers that are the best. There’s several well known niche Q&A sites that you may already use, but keep reading to see the best places to get your questions answered that we’ve found.

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Everyday we find ourselves at cross roads, unable to decide about things. When in doubt we always turn to friends and family to get our queries answered. Now that the world has become so connected by way of social networking, we have access to experts from across the globe.

There are a few web apps that help us tap into the social expertise network to get our questions answered. Yahoo answers is the most famous and Aardvark is the latest. In addition to connecting us with thousands of volunteer experts, Aardvark (also known as Vark) allows us to connect with our friends by integrating Facebook and Gmail accounts. Let’s see how best we can tap into the social knowledge base.

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When your visitors or customers have questions, they typically contact you directly or ask their question(s) in your site forum—assuming you have one. In most situations, a forum isn’t available either.

Qhub provides a fast way to setup a customizable Q&A website in a matter of minutes. With Qhub you can eliminate repetitive questions, save your inbox and make it easier for your visitors or customers to get the answers they’re looking for. Here’s a quick how-to covering this already popular web app.

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