Is there any financial advantage in answering a question or, asking a question at hub pages?
Will I get any revenue from google ads from these pages?
Yes millions of $.
Well you know the old saying Ask a silly question get a silly answer.
It's not a silly question, and the previous post seems to be a little judgmental. You can answer questions by posting answers pertaining to your hubs. For example, I answer questions about planting and gardening by answering and then backing them up with hubs I've written. This increases traffic to those hubs and maybe gets them to read more of what I've written. Hope this was more helpful than the last answer.
by Isabella Mukanda-Shamambo 6 years ago
Do you think asking a question in the Forums is much better than using the 'Question' capsule?I find the Forums more interactive with regards to tackling a question than the 'question' capsule. What do you think?
by Angie D 6 years ago
What would you classify as a 'silly question' on HP?Maybe I posed a silly question but I am just asking because I have recently noticed a few users who seemingly ask a bunch of questions that doesn't really require a lot of thought, or questions you know they know the answer to. When these...
by DougBerry 5 years ago
So, are you just answering/asking questions to get an accolade? I am.
by EatLovePray 7 years ago
Do you ask questions just for the sake of asking a question?I've noticed many people do this, and it is quite irritating to see so many questions posted all at once by a certain user(s)..
by Michelle Dee 6 years ago
What is the difference between asking a question in here or the Forums?Many of us ask questions here in the Answers section. What is the difference between here and the Forums?
by simeonvisser 7 years ago
Why do some people add a photo of themself when asking a question at HubPages?I have seen three people include a photo of themself when asking a question here at HubPages - in the last 24 hours alone.What part of human behaviour triggers this? Why would they do this?
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