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WP-Answers is a cool new plugin that will convert WordPress into a question and answers community like Yahoo Answers. People can register and ask questions and then other members can then answer these questions to gain points. The question asker can then choose the best answer which is promoted to the top and the answerer gets extra points.
The plugin includes 6 premium themes that are fully widgetized and include a theme options panel. [ Theme Demo ]
Another really awesome part of the plugin is that it can pull questions from Yahoo answers using their API and post them on your site, any replies are also posted so your site can look busy from the start.
You can use any and unlimited search terms to add content to your site and setup to auto post them every hour, every day, etc.
There is an advertising management system included to place banner adverts and contextual adverts within the theme.
The developers have run this plugin on a number of test sites for over a year and are making up to and over $1000 per month on some sites.
Why YOU Want Wp Answers
Probably the biggest benefit to you adding WP Answers is… Traffic. Not only are you going to rank better for SEO (because a huge amount of people type questions into the search engines) but you’re also [probably] going to get more traffic because of it.
I’m already thinking how I can implement it into my blog here.
Because I really liked the WP Answers plugin, I worked out a deal with the maker of it to give all readers of this blog a discount (and no, it’s not an affiliate code or anything of that sort):
Use voucher code JV2000 and get 20% off. They also have a great affiliate system and are paying a flat 35% on any sales (potential to earn up to $87 per sale!)
EDIT: Looks like Ian Fernando also did a review on WP-Answers. Check that one out too.Tags: Blogging, wordpress, WP Answers