Some people like to include their work experience, titles or degrees as part of their answers. Some people even list this information as the source of their answer. Is this useful information that helps an asker to identify the best answer or just a vain attempt to influence the asker? What does the Garden & Landscape community think of this practice? Should this be practice be continued. Well, I have your answer right here. I think people have various reasons for doing this. One of the people responding has given theirs. I don't think it is something that needs to be controlled as most people will pick the answer that suits them best and provides the best information for them regardless, of any titles and degrees. Some very detailed information from an expert may be too complicated for one person,another may want all the information availiable. I've seen topics where the answerers gave obviously fake credentials and that only amuses me. In my experience a useful answer stands on its own merit. I wouldn't like to see too many rules on Yahoo answers. As long as content is not offensive or abusive or spamming I don't mind because I've got freedom to choose what I like. Interesting question. Thanks for posting it.
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