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Answered 2010-11-08 01:35:14

The question "What is the WikiAnswers Mentoring Program all about?".

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Yes , you can answer the questions on wikianswers.

You can recategorize, answer questions, edit questions, and do much more on WikiAnswers.

Thousands of questions are posted on WikiAnswers every day. As WikiAnswers relies mainly on volunteers to answer questions, it is not always possible for every question to be answered.

Yes, some do. Many answer questions about themselves.

Some common problems with WikiAnswers are that new questions take a long time to get answered, and answers are sometimes short and unhelpful. WikiAnswers tries to solve these problems by holding contests and Answerthons, but there are still many unanswered questions. Check out the related questions below for some tips on getting your questions answered on WikiAnswers.

Although there are some 'bots' that help out on WikiAnswers, the general population of contributors on WikiAnswers are human.

Anyone can answer questions on WikiAnswers. So some people who answer them are knowledgeable, and some are not.

Some questions on WikiAnswers are of no importance to the person asking and the person answering. Ask legitimate questions for legitimate answers.

Unfortunately not all questions that are asked are good questions some need to be trashed, that is why there are supervisors. It might be because they might not have enough information to answer or that they just are not appropriate for WikiAnswers.

If it is misspelled in an answer, then it is not WikiAnswers that misspelled it. WikiAnswers is a wiki, which means it has people answering questions, some of whom are good spellers and some of whom are not.

Some of the users at WikiAnswers are professionals in their area, and some are not. When you ask a question, everyone has the opportunity to review and answer.

wikianswers know most things but some questions we're not sure of the answer to them!! Good question

Because those questions have yet to be answered.

No, not all of them, but certainly some of them.

WikiAnswers is not a quiz site. We are a question and answer website.

Smiley from WikiAnswers is a girl who answers some questions on wikisanswers. She sometimes calls herself :). The best thing is... She doesn't even have an acccount on Wikianswers. She is my hero for some reason.

It's not that WikiAnswers is offended by certain questions, it's more of the appropriateness of the answer. Some questions are just not appropriate to ask, and/or be answered, so the question is deleted because of innapropriate content.

There is alot of questions that Wikianswers CAN'T answer, like "How old is my father?" Some questions might just be un-known. Look on Bing or Google to help

that is not a question that belongs on wikianswers. some people have actual important questions,but if you don't really care then the answer is no that is not a question that belongs on wikianswers. some people have actual important questions,but if you don't really care then the answer is no

People usually answer questions on topics and subjects they are familiar with. In my case, that's Reptiles, Computers, Mathematics, Telephones, The UK and WikiAnswers. Some folks avoid answering certain questions because they might be uncomfortable with the topic (for example questions about sex or religion)

If there are no questions on a particular topic it means that the questions have yet to have been asked. WikiAnswers is constantly growing and evolving so there will always be some topics or questions that are not present. This will decrease as the site grows over time though.

Some users on WikiAnswers put in some painstaking work into answering questions.

1) What is WikiAnswers? 2) Who are you? 3) Who cares?

One website is WikiAnswers, which is what you are looking at right now.

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