Outsourcing Yahoo Answers

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Does anyone have any tips on how exactly to do this?

My issue is, with topics which may be complicated such as fitness, someone from pakistan or the phillipines may not be able to properly articulate the answer needed.

Or the individual may just not be knowledgeable when it comes to multiple subjects, for example someone that knows about building muscle may not know about baking apple crisp etc.

Any solutions?

Thanks Warriors
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  • Profile picture of the author good2go4
    Ideally you will want to hire someone that has good research skills - you could show your outsourcers how to access somewhere like EZA to find basic information on a whole heap of little niches.

    Best wishes
    Lisa
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  • Profile picture of the author Dylan K
    lol fastest answer ever, thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author King Shiloh
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    hoot33,

    I'm one of the best when it comes to Yahoo Answers. So, tell me what exactly you want and you will have it.

    What do I mean? You don't need to be guru in a particular field in order to answer Yahoo questions. All you need is the ability to do some research when it comes to what you don't really know.
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    • Profile picture of the author WildGale
      Originally Posted by King Shiloh View Post

      hoot33,

      I'm one of the best when it comes to Yahoo Answers. So, tell me what exactly you want and you will have it.
      Do you use it primarily for backlinks or traffic?
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  • Profile picture of the author ladida
    I agree with what's been stated.

    The "not knowing" isn't an issue, so long as you KNOW HOW to find the answer.

    You're looking for a researcher.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Barboza
    Go to Microworkers and post a job. Set it to U.S and Canada only (although I don't see why this is necessary) Sate that the answers sould be by a person with account level 2 or more so that they can leave a clickable link.

    Just search there for a Yahoo Answers job and see how they are structuring the requirements and instructions

    I used to do these small tasks for other people in Microworkers and almost always chose the Yahoo Answers postings
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  • Profile picture of the author zengetsu
    In order to cut down on pricing I would just Google everything and copy and paste information from the source. I have seen tons of people who do that on YA.
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  • Profile picture of the author gittar1122
    For Yahoo answers you need a Good researcher. So try finding a person having excellent skill using search terms.
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  • Profile picture of the author BargainBookMole
    does anyone know if posting on microworkers for links will get you in trouble with Google?
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