Alternative products to Quora Video

Quora Video

Experimental beta of native support for video on Quora

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Ask Product Hunt

A community-powered product search engine

Ayush Mittal- bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌
Maybe AskPH more than PH now.
Arun Sathiya- Happiness Engineer, Automattic
Because Ask ProductHunt is the new Twitter. ;)
Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
There should be a + icon next to the thumbnails of the gallery. Tap and it brings to the 'edit' page where you can add more images or videos.
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Tumbleweed

Daily videos of people sharing their POV on today's issues

Angie- Founder of YourApparel
Tumbleweed surprised me because the response from different people is interesting to assess. It's great to hear someone's point of view in a video message other than reading reactions on various social media platforms like Twitter.
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LAMA

The community-based video interview platform

LAMA is the video interview platform geared towards helping entrepreneurs and founders to promote themselves and learn from each other.

We provide a team of professional journalists and a curated interview page that can be used for marketing and personal branding of our interviewees, and content for publications and media outlets.

Medium
In "The New Rules of Work," their wildly successful advice book for millennials entering the workforce, Alexandra Cavoulacos and Kathryn Minshew, founders of The Muse, devote an entire chapter to the rules of building a personal brand. The powerhouse duo declares that personal branding is no longer nice to have but a must-have for young professionals.
Medium
Who we are Hey there! We're Alex, Mario, and Robert, the co-founders of LAMA, the video Q&A app that connects people in the startup world. We come from Austria, Poland and Italy, and LAMA is the second app we've developed!
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Questionsly

Q&A social platform with demographic info

Questionsly is a social platform where you can ask and answer questions, and immediately see the results of any question after contributing your response. The data can then be filtered based on gender, age, and location.

It combines the open-source concept of Quora and Survey Monkey with real time data analysis.

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Prof. Brain

A messenger app that's the future of Q & A 🙌

Prof. Brain allows you to ask questions in a variety of subjects and also answer other user's questions. It is chat-based and fully dynamic. The bot is an extension of the chat based Q&A platform GoStudent, where high school students give and get answers. This is the first of many applications in the Q&A area

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Magnifi is a patented innovative peer-to-peer iOS knowledge sharing app that connects experts with knowledge seekers in real-time through paid, by-the-minute video or voice conversations.

YouTube
Susan Winter, a NYC-based relationship expert tells us why she's excited to be part of Magnifi. Checkout Susan's Magnifi profile here: https://kp34c.app.goo.gl/UzzltYkO9rm1dV2r1 See more
YouTube
There are several ways to make money on YouTube, but not every monetization strategy makes sense for all creators. There's a new app called Magnifi that lets you make money from your expertise by making yourself available to your audience and others and charging them on a per-minute basis in a private video call.
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