A few weeks ago I noticed for the first time that the Requests feature on Hubpages was renamed "Answers". I wondered if it was just a matter of "new label, old feature". I'm pretty sure now it's not. "Requests" used to be a way to get another Hubber to write a complete hub on a topic of your choosing. I got some pretty good answers to some questions I'd been wondering about that way.
Now, I recently posted a request ... well, a "question" about the economic reasons behind the rise of High Fructose Corn Syrup. I got an answer -- and it was only a paragraph long. There were no capsules. There was no place to comment. There was just a "vote up" or "vote down" feature. I voted up, because in a single paragraph, the answer was good. But... I was hoping for a whole in-depth hub!
How do I request a Hub?
by shinujohn20089 years ago
This is a special Thread for Hubbers to Request Hubs on ANY Topic that relates to India or Entertainment (for eg: Indian Actors, Actress, Models, Movie Reviews, Gossips) and On Answering These Requests Everyone Can Read...
by Christy Kirwan17 months ago
Hi Hubbers,Check out the HubPages Blog when you get a chance to read about our two new features. Feel free to post here if you have any questions or if anything isn't clear.
by premsingh10 years ago
I don't know exactly but I guess that request feature at hubpages is for creation of some valuable pages. Many requests need only one or two sentence replies. However there is no provision to answer such requests...
by Lea Smith9 years ago
I created a Hub request and would like to add more search tags and do not see where/how to do so.
by orange10 years ago
I saw a request:"Is there any free Video Editing software available online?asked by doodsdpogi 12 hours ago"If I answer this request, I have to make a new Hub, but I already have a hub about "Free DV...
by countrywomen8 years ago
I know answering requests improves scores but answering our own request does it also improve or on the contrary does it decrease the score(and also does it go against the convention here at hubpages)?I am asking this...
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