Why do so many people on Hubpages ask questions, but don't give us enough information to answer...
Not sure, maybe it is because they don't really care. It could also be that they don't really want to have their questioned answered but instead just want to put their name out there so their hubs or profile are seen.
you are right man..i think more than half of questions are incomplete.. people ask half questions which are difficult to answer...dont know why..may be they are just asking for sake of asking...
Many questions can be answered with a quick search engine search. Since questioners asking those are too lazy to do that, they are also too lazy to formulate clear questions.
Then most of the others are just stupid, by the evidently totally stupid and/or clueless.
You can flag the nonsensical and unclear questions for review, if you think they violate the TOS
I think a lot of it is that the "Ask A Question" box is on hubs. Perhaps a person is reading the hub, then looks over at the "Ask A Question" box and types in a question. They think the question is going to the author of the hub they just read but it shows up here so unless they have a specific, detailed question, we don't have a clue what they are referring to I'm not sure if the author get notified that someone has asked them a question or not.
by Hub Star 5 years ago
I was on another thread and someone said many people sign up on HubPages, but very few go on to write a substantial number of quality Hubs.I wonder why this is and what HubPages can do to encourage people to stay on and improve their Hubs, which seems to be what they want.All my Hubs were recently...
by Daisy Mariposa 8 years ago
Why do some people use the HubPages Q&A section for doing research?Why do some people prefer to ask questions in Q&A that can easily be answered by doing research on Google?
by Pete 6 years ago
Why do people ask questions on Hubpages that they could ask Mr. Google?I understand the concept of building the Hubpage community and dipping into the vast knowledge contained therein, but if you are seeking a factual answer to a question, perhaps Google might be a good place to look too. Or...
by rancidTaste 8 years ago
Why should I ask questions in HubPages?HubPages offer to ask questions to any one who has an account? But why should I ask question in HubPages? Have you any idea? Or are there any good reasons to ask questions in HubPages?
by Midasfx 10 years ago
I think it would be nice if we could earn money from our questions here on hubpages. Still with the 60/40 split just like on our hubs.The only thing I would think would be people posting too many questions, so maybe implement a cap on questions ie 3-5 per day as long as they are not spammy. ...
by David Livermore 6 years ago
Do you ask questions on Hubpages to get hits or because you have legitimate questions?For me it's a bit of both. The community is mostly respectful about their answers. But I do like seeing the increase in traffic as well.
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