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Add a Q&A section to your website using Dilmot

Having a Q&A can be a great tool to be in touch with your followers, your fans, your potential clients, you name it. Using


publishing platform it is very simple

Let’s say you manage a website for a music band, or for a writer, or a sportswoman, or an expert or celebrity. Or just for yourself. If you want to publicly address questions from your fans or visitors, it would be great to have a tool to let you manage those questions and answer in a simple manner.

Well this on-line tool exists and it is called Dilmot. Just open an account at dilmot.com and start managing your Q&A.

Dilmot is closely connected to the main social networks, so there are some things that you can do such as receiving questions that the users send with certain #hashtag. You could announce, for example, send your questions using Twitter with the #askSamantha. And everytime a tweet is sent with that #hashtag, it will be automatically added to the questions in your inbox.

Also, the users that send questions can identify themselves using their Twitter or Facebook accounts.

Using Q&A’s has proven to be a valuable method of creating content for your website and create engagement for your readers.

So, what are you waiting for? Get your account today, it is free :)

New version of Dilmot

Dilmot is a project that started one and a half years ago with a very simple idea: allow all the web content producers to be able to organise their own Q&A’s in a simple way.

If you are not yet familiar with the idea of an on-line Q&A, please read this article: What is an on-line Q&A and how does it work?

An on-line Q&A is a web content type that is transforming all the time. With the rising importance of communications and social network connectivity, having an agile and at the same time powerful tool to fulfill this need is becoming a priority for many on-line traditional media. And for many bloggers too.

With this new version we would like to ease the creation of your own Dilmot account, and we have also put a lot of effort on offering a free plan for non-profit organisations, educational sites and also for small publishers who cannot otherwise afford to pay for the subscription fees.

So, we hope you find it useful and keep providing feedback for us. Last year we have been working not only on this, but also on Qstion. Both projects are complementing each other.