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    The Answer Bank is the UK’s leading question-and-answer site.

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    Blurtit is a Q&A website. You can ask a question or answer on any question.

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    Ask Me Help Desk is a question-and-answer site.

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    Your Team's Collective Brain All-In-One Knowledge Management System Wiki + Q&A + Workflow + AI

    freemium $5.0 / Monthly (Per User for Team Edition)

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    JustAnswer is a leading online question-and-answer service that connects users with experts in various fields.

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    WikiSpooks is an open licensed, open source, 100% volunteer encyclopedia of deep politics and news.

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    TopAnswers is what Stack Overflow should be: focused on communities and knowledge sharing, not profit.

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    Community-based Q&A part of the Stack Exchange platform.

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    Question and answer service based on user profiles and a user score.

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    DIY How To Make Instructions

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    We are an online tech magazine, dedicated to providing interesting articles, how-tos, and even fun...

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    Life can be much easier with a little help from the eHow app.

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    A Q&A site helps an online community to share knowledge.

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