I have posted many question in question sector of this site, but did not get any answer.
I can only speak for myself, but unless the questions are a lot better than average and fits my area of expertise, I never feel I can contribute.
I've asked a lot of questions in that sector since I've been here. Some questions get answers, most don't. I really don't care, either way.
When I ask a question, I intend it to be something that others can use as an idea to write a Hub (earlier in HP's life, that's what the Question feature was for), but now, most people just respond with short answers.
Just keep reading and writing, commenting on others' Hubs, responding to others' comments on your Hubs (which I see you do), and building a network here. Also try answering others' questions not just with a quick reply, but maybe with a complete Hub.
Just keep trying. Sometimes questions are not answered because they are incomplete or do not make sense to someone who does not know what you are talking about.
Sometimes, I have also noticed that the question is being asked in the wrong place, i.e it should have been directed to a specific writer or asked in the Forum.
Hope this helps. In the meantime, just keep trying until you hit the jackpot.
Why do you post questions? You do understand that you don't earn any income from asking questions?
Here is an answer. If you post questions here do you earn points?
I don't ask questions in the questions section, so I guess I haven't any feelings about it.
I just recently went through some of the questions and answered a couple of them. Also recently, I wrote a hub to answer a question, a member posted.
So, maybe it's your questions?
Try something else mate. Why not try answering some questions instead?
All I can say is Better Luck Next Time!! ALL my Qs have been answered . BTW, Were you asking rocket science stuff?? Just curious. :
Maybe ask some better questions? It always helps to include the most amount of detail as possible.
I answer questions that I feel I can give good information and help.I've seen some of my answers being downgraded with negatives so that will kill any incentive for me or others to answer in the future i think.
Just google your question. Theres always an answer there....
In most cases this is true but when you are asking for a product or service review it is hard to tell who is lying for the sake of earning some affiliate bonus amongst other benefits. But here (and on other forum sites like mylot) you are much more likely to get reliable info.
I just left the questions section, and honestly only a few I feel the need to answer.
Many of the questions are non-essential questions and are just posted there to increase accolades.
I don't feel the need to answer questions that are posted for this reason.
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