Qhub lets users create their own, professional looking question and answer area to go with a website or application. Qhub integrates with Facebook and Twitter so users can bring their answers to social networks. A moderator control panel gives the user control so they can approve or delete entries or make edits as necessary. Filters are included so users can catch questionable submissions before they appear on their Q&A page. Along with post filters, language filters are also available so users can prevent abusive language issues. Each member is listed in the member management area and can be easily promoted to administrator or blocked. Privacy options allow the user to control who can join, view and contribute to a Qhub site. Additional features include built in spell check and collaborative community tools.
Qhub was founded by Tim O’Shea and Christopher Lee in 2010. The website has enjoyed positive attention from users because of its economical cost and highly useful functionality. Users have discovered that they can put together a professional question and answer area for their website easily using Qhub. The site is currently a popular choice for website owners as well as others who want to build an effective, user friendly Q&A page.
The question and answer page is a very popular item today. Many applications allow users to create their own Q&A pages, however not all offer the same amount of control as Qhub. Users can build an attractive question and answer area that allows them to keep track of all content posted on it. The user can delete, edit or approve posts before they are published for public viewing. Users can also set privacy controls to determine who can see their questions and answers.
Qhub offers users a clean, tidy interface that encourages quick navigation without any problems. The site incorporates hints of vibrant red and pale yellow to give users something to look at as they manage their question and answer pages. Each control setting and option is very neatly presented. Each feature is self explanatory so the user can spend minimal time learning Qhub and more time managing actual questions and answer responses.
New users can begin by clicking the green and white “Get Started” button found along the left hand side of the Qhub homepage. The registration form appears along the left hand side of the next page. The form asks for a first and last name, email address, telephone number, desired Qhub URL, Qhub name and a password. The next page invites users to begin the basic set up steps while waiting for their welcome email to arrive.
Qhub offers users four membership plans. The first is a free plan that includes a custom logo, up to 10 members, design control, Facebook and Twitter integration, member mailshots and no advertisements. The Pro plan costs $40 per month and includes email support, access for up to 50 members, a WordPress plugin, moderator control panel, widgets and API access and the ability to generate revenue from advertisements. The SME plan costs $100 per month and includes access for over 50 members, custom CSS, WordPress single sign on, enhanced spam filter, private or public community options and the ability to assign more than one administrator. The Enterprise plan costs $500 per month and includes access for unlimited members, complete design control, total website integration and the ability to integrate with Windows Server.
Qhub.com is a great resource for anyone who maintains a website and would like to add a question and answer area. The application includes a variety of helpful controls so the user can keep the quality of each answer and question as high as possible. Four membership plans are available so users can accommodate a small or larger online community.