It’s fantastic that the Quora community is so fully embracing The Seniors Center message.
WASHINGTON (PRWEB) February 01, 2018
The Seniors Center President Dan Perrin became the Most Viewed Writer in the topics of Social Security and Government on the popular question-and-answer forum, Quora, over this past weekend.
Over the last several months, Perrin has used the website to reach out directly to seniors, Social Security beneficiaries, and interested questioners on the subjects of Social Security benefits and policy.
Hoping to make himself a resource to The Seniors Center’s nearly 450,000 supporters as well as educate the larger public on the challenges facing the Social Security program, Perrin became an active member of Quora in August. Since then, he has been totally blown away by the response his answers have generated.
In the last week Dan’s answers to Quora questioners have been viewed 345,000 times.
“It’s fantastic that the Quora community is so fully embracing The Seniors Center message,” Perrin said.
Quora, introduced to the public in 2010, is a website where everyday people and experts mix. Quora allows people interested in specific topics to ask questions as well as offer their own insight and answers to other’s questions.
While anyone can respond to a user’s question, in many cases answerers are experts, including legislators, researchers, educators, celebrities, and pioneers in their fields including Barack Obama, Tim Cook, and Mark Cuban.
Perrin is especially excited to be able to engage one-on-one with supporters through Quora.
“It’s safe to say that a year ago, there was almost no overlap between the Quora community and The Seniors Center community. Today, Quorans are learning about the importance of protecting our Social Security Trust Fund, and Senior Citizens are being exposed to a whole range of new information. It’s been a very positive relationship,” Perrin said
Dan Perrin and The Seniors Center will continue to work with Quora as a means to reach out to both supporters and Americans concerned about the future of their Social Security benefits.