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"IKEA interview question"



by 8 Jurors is an Internet-based knowledge exchange, which includes WikiAnswers, ReferenceAnswers, VideoAnswers, and five international language Q&A communities. The domain name was purchased by entrepreneurs Bill Gross and Henrik Jones at idealab in 1996. The domain name was acquired by NetShepard and subsequently sold to GuruNet. The website is the primary product of the Answers Corporation (previously GuruNet), an Israel-based Internet reference and Q&A company with offices in New York City and Jerusalem, founded by Bob Rosenschein in 1999. The site supports English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Tagalog. WikiAnswers is a community-generated social knowledge Q&A platform, using wiki-based technologies.

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img slam A posted a review

IKEA interview question "We would like you to introduce yourself as ikea product" .. what can i say here!! please advise

on July 19, 2018

img slam A posted a review

IKEA interview question "We would like you to introduce yourself as ikea product" .. what can i say here!! please advise

on July 19, 2018

img Linda Humphries posted a review

I really think about the Lord and my loved ones that I am going to see in heaven God bless everyone

on June 18, 2018

img Anonymous posted a review

I would give a 1 if it was actually useful, but it's not. It gates every answer behind a fucking slideshow, just so they can show more ADS. Fuck this shit. Fuck this shitty site. Its entire business model is to game SEO without providing decent content. It's one of the most worthless websites on the internet, if not the most.

on August 5, 2016

img Johnny Isiah posted a review

The guys said it. Whenever you ask a question, Google is bound to show results from, which I'm bound not to click on. Their answers are terrible and It's a waste of space on the interweb.

on October 4, 2014

img Tom Carlos posted a review

Google needs to get better at telling shit content from the good. Apparently their slideshow Q&A format is somehow doing very good in the SEO department despite the answers being mostly one-liners.

on June 13, 2014

img Jesse "Burgerm'n" Radin posted a review

Very questionable SEO tactics to get this almost useless service top billing. The answers are poorly researched and often just the opinions of whoever finds a question first.

Unlike Wikipedia, the standards are not too high. Do not use this as a resource.

on June 13, 2014

img Anthony Goldstein posted a review

I hate Wiki.answers for the same reason as Alfred's. It is gaming Google's search ranking so that it comes up at the top of search results. I think what they are doing can be considered black hat tactics.

on June 8, 2014

img Alfred Evans posted a review

Results from are the last thing I want to click on when I search for an answer especially since their UI revamp. For some stupid reason, they think it's a good idea to make you go through slides to just read a few sentences. The answers are too simple and don't help at all the majority of the time. I usually end up wasting 30 seconds of my day clicking through slides for nothing. Google should ban them from showing up on the first page.

on June 7, 2014
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