We have the ability to delete hubs we have written. Is there any way to delete questions? If we have asked some that have gotten no answers after a period of time, it might be a nice option to be able to eliminate them. What do you think?
If questions get poor responses, does it hurt our HubPage account? How does it affect us with regard to Google? Anyone else wondering about this?
Yep, you can delete questions. Unlike Hubs, you can't do it from the My Account section. However, if you go to the Question, itself, there is a Delete button in the black Admin box above the question.
Thanks Micki. That is helpful. I must have overlooked that black area above the question. Will go and take a look now.
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