Private Q&A Communities Made Easy With Answerbase (3 Accounts Giveaway)
Today, many companies or teams are in need of exchanging information privately. This can be a common knowledgebase about a product, a discussion environment for employees, etc.
Answerbase, a powerful hosted application for creating question&answer websites, has a special focus on creating such private Q&A communities that eases how users exchange information.
Any Answerbase-powered website can require its users to be registered, approved, and logged in to ensure that only qualified user’s access the created information.
This website can be for a small team discussing the details of a project being developed or a huge company's internal knowledgebase where only allowed users can contribute and reach. The application can simply cover all when it comes to supporting your internal collaboration needs through Q&A.
The private community can also support “exclusive (or paid)” content, where users need to make a payment to have access to the Q&A website. This is handy for anyone willing to create an elite collaboration environment while keeping contributors motivated.
There are many other features that encourages users interact with each other like "users having custom profiles", gaining points and levels according to the answered questions, social media integration and more.
All the functionality of Answerbase can be controlled with a powerful admin panel, the look/ feel can be customized and widgets + API exist for more involved integrations.
And, the platform is hosted, everything starts to work instantly with no technical headaches.
To sum up, Answerbase's private collaboration software is a very good fit for anyone looking to exchange (private) information with an easy-to-manage interface.
How to join the giveaway?
In order to get a chance to win one of the 3 annual Professional plans being given away, just register a free trial to Answerbase and mention your sitename in the comments of this post.
Winners will be picked randomly with the query below 1 week later (05 September 2012).
SELECT * FROM wp_comments WHERE comment_post_id=3145 AND comment_approved=1 AND comment_type='' GROUP BY comment_author_email ORDER BY RAND() LIMIT 3
Good luck to all.
Here they are:
- der_robert (comment #701639)
- wyr (comment #702162)
- kane (comment #701578)