Presumably, I am asking a question, so shouldn't it be called Questions? Is there a marketing / psychological trick to calling it Answers? Interestingly enough, the URL is still clarity.fm/questions (which indicates it used to be called Questions) then was changed to Answers.
“Answers” section you are talking about on clarity has two-fold meaning. First meaning is that, if you are going to start a start-up, and have similar questions in mind as given in the “Answers” section, your answer is there for you to check and solve your problem. Second meaning is that, if you have faced a similar issue as described in the questions given in the “Answers” section, and successfully overcome it, you can answer the question from your point of view. There is a third meaning as well, the more questions you answer the more is the chance of the client to call you for further consultation and advice because that shows your “EXPERT POWER” level.
Besides if you do have any questions give me a call: https://clarity.fm/joy-brotonath
Answered 2 years ago