Q&A website Quora has 80 million monthly unique users, out of which 40 million are from the US, while 15% or about 12 million visits are from India, according to Adam D’Angelo, founder of Quora. D’Angelo added that, “But, we don't focus much on these numbers because we usually optimize for quality and that comes with a tradeoff against volume.” Quora's traffic over the years: November 2014: A Quartz report from November 2014 stated that Quora was more popular in India than any other country outside the US, adding that 50% of its traffic came from the US, while 20% came from India. February 2014: The site had about 2.2 million visitors from the US, and 880,000 monthly visitors from India. A New York Times report from February 2014 cited D’Angelo as saying that 80% of Quora’s views happen one month after an answer is written. December 2013: Quora had about 1.15 million unique visitors. A 2013 report from Gawker stated that 33.3% of visitors to Quora were from India, compared to 26.5% in the US. It added that Quora’s iPhone and iPad app were the 55th most popular social networking apps in India, while it was 138th in the US. On monetisation: The NYT report added that Quora was looking to start a money making business in 2015. However, at a recent session (17 December), on monetisation plans, D’Angelo said that the company intends to run ads in the future as its main source of revenue. “But we've been lucky…
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