What’s the Best Upvote Bot for Quora?
Few people understand what a goldmine Quora is when you’re looking to generate leads for your business, or even when you’re looking for targeted traffic to your website. The sheer amount of communities on Quora makes the platform viable for every kind of niche you can think of.
Everyone can post on Quora, but they do have an anti-spam algorithm in place that is meant to ensure only useful and relevant content will be viewed by their readers. Say, someone created an account on Quora and randomly started answering questions while dumping the link to their website in their answers, their answer will get buried under a collapsed section reserved for spammy answers and unless a reader unnaturally decided to check that section, normally their answers would never get to see the light of day.
Getting upvotes on your answers is a great start, but it is not enough to prevent them from getting collapsed.
Although Quora’s anti-spam algorithm has become smarter in the recent past, there still are ways that you can beat it and have your answer rank above others in the same thread. I have dabbled in Quora for some time and have used the platform to build part of my business around, and I could only have done so with a strategy that actually works.
This is the strategy that I’m going to share with you in the hope that you’ll take action on it and build your own business before it gets saturated and Quora patches it. Let’s start by looking at why some answers on Quora get collapsed and what we can do to prevent that from happening to us.
Why Does Quora Collapse Answers?
When a freshly registered account on Quora starts posting short answers in quick succession and including external links in some of those, this will trigger the Quora algorithm to collapse their answers. This, of course, does not mean that all answered posted by newly registered Quora accounts will get collapsed.
When an account is registered on Quora and performs activities you would expect an authentic human would, Quora understands this and will seldom collapse answers made by such accounts. This is just how their anti-spam policy works.
We are going to discuss in the next chapter what you can do to make your accounts appear natural in the eyes of Quora’s algorithms and avoid getting your answers collapsed.
How to Prevent Your Answers on Quora from Getting Collapsed
This may sound like a daunting task at the onset but because this article is about automating our activities on Quora, we’re going to do this setup process only once. Our automation tool will perform activities a normal Quora user would do and also upvote our answers using multiple accounts so that they too, can rank above others and generate leads to businesses.
Let’s start with a short introduction to our tool of choice.
The Best Quora Bot
We’ve tested tens of social media automation tools over the last couple of years before settled on the very best of them all, Jarvee. This is an all-around tool that automates on Facebook, Twitter, Quora, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, Reddit, and TikTok.
Jarvee also comes with the Quora upvote function that is designed to work seamlessly with its other functions. At the time of writing this article, Jarvee came with the following features:
Quora Follow Bot
This tool allows you to follow users on Quora who share similar interests as yourself. When you follow another user in the same niche as the content you’re posting on Quora. the will get notified that you followed them. Most will come and take a look at your profile and if they’ll find that you’re posting content that they like, they’ll more often than not follow you back.
Quora Upvote Bot Feature on Jarvee
Quora Unfollow Bot Feature
When you follow a bunch of people on Quora using the following tool, you still want to keep the number of people you’re following low. This tool allows you to do just that.
Quora Answers Bot
With this tool, you can use syntax to automatically ask different questions on Quora.
Quora Full Browser Experience
The Full Browser feature on Jarvee is meant to browse websites randomly to mimic a regular human activity so that the websites visited will leave cookies that Quora will see and think accounts running on Jarvee are run by regular humans on their devices.
This is also a great tool for people who are looking to get into the business of selling Quora upvotes or even answers. You can set up hundreds of Quora accounts on Jarvee and whenever you get clients who need upvotes and/or answers posted, you’ll just copy the settings in two clicks and have them delivered in their hundreds.
There’s one more feature on this bot that we couldn’t forget to mention.
The Engagement – Social Exchange Tool
This is a special tool that you’ll hardly find on any other Quora bot. What it does is automatically exchange upvotes with the other thousands of users using this tool. This is an awesome feature because it means that you don’t have to load hundreds of accounts on Jarvee in order to receive hundreds of upvotes.
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That’s all for now. If you need help setting up your Quora campaigns you can always get your copy of Jarvee and reach me on Skype: Diablo2562
Until next time!