Eugene, Oregon (PRWEB) September 22, 2013
A new Q&A website, TrustyAnswers.com, launched on August 26 and provides an online destination for users to ask questions and receive answers from authority resources. Additional online sources of information are included with each answer. Each user must list their education, qualifications, and experience below their answer to prove their authority on the subject matter.
The list of sources and citations below each answer can be used for additional research and to verify how accurate the answers on the site are. Setting aside TrustyAnswers.com from any other Q&A website, these features add a level of trust. Users can judge the validity of each response; this aspect sets TrustyAnswers.com apart from any Q&A website on the Internet.
On the website, users can enter the “Ask a Question” section and provide a title, category, description, and tags. They can register if new to the site or enter their email and password to return. Once logged, in users can submit their question and wait for an answer.
A number of categories are featured on this comprehensive website. These range from Art & Humanities to Travel; others include Books & Authors, History, Jobs & Employment, Pets, Real Estate, Technology, Sports, and much more. In each category, a series of questions and their respective answers can be seen. Users can also search the site to find a question of interest and see if it has been answered.
The site is built around finding important resources and for users to gauge how “Trusty” an answer is. Many questions and answers are already available, but the webmasters plan to add more features in the near future. These will further add to the experience and ability to access the best answers.
To find out more, and start answering or asking questions, visit the new, trustworthy Q&A website at http://trustyanswers.com.
Trusty Answers is a Q&A website that enables users to ask questions and receive trustworthy answers. With each answer is a list of sources and citations, and users answering questions must submit their education, qualifications, and experience to enable others to gauge their authority level. Launched on August 26, the site will be updated with more features in the near future.