When you appear in public with a new product, service, opinion or whatever, you receive a lot of questions in little time in your mailbox.
Just temporarily redirect all your personal mail to a stand-by team that reads and quantifies all the questions for you.
After a set duration you receive a
compilation of all the frequently asked questions. Most frequent first in the list. You then only have to answer the FAQ and put them on your website.
Those who asked a question have received an auto-reply saying when and where the FAQ will be published. Questions not anwered in that FAQ should be resubmitted to be answered by you personally.
It is not exactly the kind of work your secretary can do. The service should cost 500$ a week I think.
It can be automated to some extent, but humans still have to the final interpreting of the questions, to check if they are categorised and represented correctly.
I have always found it strange that a new website, without any mailform even, already has a FAQ on it. It is often not a FAQ, but just a compensation for shortcomings in the website.