What are the updated policies of Quora Partner Program?
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[Oct-6-2019]

What are the updated policies of Quora Partner Program?

What are the updated policies of Quora Partner Program?

Thanks to all our partners for contributing to Quora! As the program continues to grow and evolve, we'd like to remind everyone that there are policies and guidelines you must adhere to https://www.quora.com/partners/p... A few specific policies we'd like to highlight:

We take fraud very seriously; if you're discovered attempting to defraud the partner program, you will be removed immediately. This includes any attempts to generate fake traffic, answers, or ad clicks on your questions. We are actively monitoring for fraud and have already removed partners for engaging in such fraud.

Questions should comply with the general policies on questions: What are the main policies and guidelines for questions on Quora?. There are two new question policies specific to partner-added questions:
First-person questions: partners should NOT add questions phrased in the first-person tense about hypothetical, personal problems, because this specific wording is deceptive in its nature.

It is NOT ok to add questions like: “My 13-year-old daughter is being bullied at school, what should I do?”
It is OK to add questions like: “What should a parent do if their 13-year-old daughter is being bullied at school?”
Non-generalizable, template questions: partners should add questions that are sincere attempts to add questions that many people in the world may have.

As noted in the general policies on questions, “Questions should be sincere attempts to obtain reusable information”; we believe that non-generalizable, template questions are not sincere attempts to obtain reusable information.

It is NOT ok to add questions like: “Jane has 7 eggs and Joe took away 2, how many eggs are left?” and “Jane has 8 eggs and Joe took away 4, how many eggs are left?” These questions are not sincere attempts to add questions that many people in the world actually have.
It is OK to add questions like: “What's the best restaurant in San Francisco?” and “What's the best restaurant in New York?” These are questions that many people in the world actually have.

We know that these are new policies and that many of you have been adding these questions with good intentions and earning money from them. Because of this, there will be a short grace period, but going forward, you may be removed from the program if you continue to add these questions. You can always appeal your removal by writing to partners@quora.com.


   


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