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Microsoft Q & A, Yahoo Answers & Wiki Answers

Microsoft just released there version of Q & A website. So thought to compile a list of other available Q & A websites.

Microsoft Q & A -
Punchline - Show the world what you know — and find out what you don't. Get answers to your most burning questions... share info on your area of expertise...earn fame and glory — all compliments of the QnA community.

Yahoo Answers -
Punchline - Share knowledge, Help others, Earn points.
Check this post Yahoo's Big Win at Tech Crunch. This post was written back in Nov 2006.
Yahoo! Answers Web Services -
Answers Web Services APIs - Search for expert advice on any topic, from within your very own site.

Wiki Answers -
Punchline - WikiAnswersTM harnesses people's collective knowledge to give you useful answers about anything... with a wiki-twist. - offers free access to millions of topics from the world's leading publishers. Wiki Answers is part of
Google Answers -
Google Answers has been retired, and is no longer accepting new questions. You can still search or browse the existing Google Answers index. -
Punchline - Uclue a paid answers service. It is a professional, fast, and inexpensive research service. You post a question, and set the fee that you are willing to pay for an answer and then Uclue researchers will look it over, and one of them will likely 'lock' it, and get to work on an answer. The minimum price is $10; the maximum is $400. You can break up larger assignments into a number of smaller sub tasks.

Linkedin Answers -
Punchline - Get answer from your connection and experts in your network.

Firefox Addon for -
Punchline - 1-Click Answers TM will save you even more time with AnswerTips that instantly deliver the information you are looking for. Just point at any word, hold the Alt key (Ctrl in Linux) and click. Upon letting go, an AnswerTip in the form of a pop-up...

Answers In Action -
Punchline - Answers In Action is a dynamic non-profit religious organization training Christians to adopt and promote a Christian world view in every area of their lives. It has the same name as (Diff is .org). -
Punchline - This companion site is a great complement to quarterly issues of Answers magazine, offering web-only exclusives, downloads for kids and subscribers, and the full online version of the magazine to subscribers. Take a look at some of the sneak peek articles and the special “in-depth” articles below.


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