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Clone with AskIt for WordPress is a great portal to ask questions and find answers to the ones you have. Yahoo! Answers and LinkedIn Q&A are other services you can take advantage of to get help for what you are looking for. Answer sites can be quite powerful (and lucrative in terms of revenue), especially if you choose the right niche for them. Thanks to AskIt for WordPress, you can create a professional looking Q&A website and start building your answer portal with minimal investment up-front.

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AskIt has a very clean look and feel to it. It has 7 color themes for you to choose from. It does have a reputation system and does allow your visitors to vote on answers others have provided on your website. The theme is quite dynamic and takes full advantage of Javascript to offer a more slick experience to your visitors. This theme’s reputation system enables your community to not only evaluate the answers people have provided but get rated for their correct answers.

The theme is advertisement friendly and offers automated thumbnail resizing. The back-end should be familiar to those of you who have used ElegantThemes products in the past. ePanel is one of the most flexible back-end systems around (allowing you to customize your website’s navigation and on-page SEO factors without needing a plugin).

AskIt for WordPress has a clean look and feel. It is a great tool to enhance your existing blog with or create a new website based on user generated content. Spam handling could be a bit better (you can address this with plugins). Still, it’s one of the more complete Q&A themes we have tested.

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