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You do now ! You need to register using Facebook (that wasn't the case when I joined Answers back in 2009).
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well no 2 many people complain about their kids signing up for either myspace,face book and twitter.So eight year olds cannot up for myspace,twitter and face book and besides …if you are signing up for myspace, the myspace people who created it are trying to get kids off there.
it seems it was for 2011-2012 only, and they haven`t pulled it out of their web site
You aren't required to have a Facebook account to log in to Wiki Answers, but it is one method of signing in. If you wanted to, you could make your own separate account on thi…s website, or not sign in at all.
You have to be 13 years or older to sign up for an account. You also need to have a Facebook account to sign up.
It's referred to as reciprocal linking. The wiki answers gives links to the Facebook by adding tab for signing up and in turn gets visits from the users Facebook profile page.… The Profile from which the page is linked shows an update for wiki answers and in turn is posted to all the profile pages to the users friends and hence getting back links from those pages. Thus one can see the effect of "Reciprocal Linking" in this manner.
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