San Jose, CA, July 08, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Everyone has questions like, "What if I fell into a black hole?" But there isn't always a place for those to be answered. Sure, someone can Google them, but who wants to scroll through millions of search results?
This is why What If? HQ was created. What If? HQ is the one-stop destination for all people’s "What if..." questions.
From whatifhq.com's about page:
"Everyone here at What If HQ is dedicated to spreading agony and misfortune all over the world. Just kidding. Everyone is just creative thinkers with lots of ideas - that usually don’t work. Fortunately, this one did.
"Every website started out as an idea, right? Well, this one is no different. One day, our founder was like “What if someone created a website where people could ask 'What if Questions?' Simple as that. Well, not really. There was a ton of coding (Dragging and Dropping sections), editing (making the editor write everything), and design (changing a few words on a template) to be done.
"Quora is awesome. Believe it. But, its content is so expansive, there isn't a real niche. That's why What If? HQ was created. By just tackling one type of question, What If? HQ hopes to make the Question and Answer experience more fluid. What If? HQ was launched on 4/29/18 by a small startup in California.
"The initial idea was 'What if someone made a website?' Then came, 'What if someone made a website with a community?' After that, 'What if someone made a website with a community where people can ask what if? questions.' After that came the designing, UI changes, CSS coding, and planning."
"What If? HQ would like to give their thanks to WordPress.org, for their expansive collection of features, Freshdesk.com, for their awesome support center, colorlib.com, for there collection of themes, and Godaddy, for their extremely cheap hosting service.
"Finally, What If? HQ would like to thank all the members of their community for staying loyal to them through hard times. And a huge thanks to the What If? moderators and support team for handling endless requests again and again."
On whatifhq.com, people can ask What If? questions and get answers. The average question is answered in 15 hours.
Member Joe from the moderation team says, "It (the website) is really lots of fun to look at. Each morning when I wake up, I'll check out the new questions. They always have me ROTFL (Rolling on the floor laughing)."
For example, he (Joe) cites this question, "What if the entire internet could be summed up in a sentence or two?"And the answer, "The entire internet is two words, spelled e, n, t, i, r, e, space, i, n, t, e, r, n, e, t."
To start asking a question, visit https://whatifhq.com and click Login or Register to make an account.