Why do some people ask so many random questions at once!?
There are Question Masters with one Eye and a number 74 who are in question mood always and refuse to use their brain for answers.
If they had patience they would had got the answer themselves.
I think there are Generating Traffic to their profile or the Hubs so they are asking random questions
Possibly confusion... schizophrenia maybe. I think I agree with deepakkumaarr about generating traffic...
I agree, it has got to be for traffic...though it hasn't made me visit their site even once.
Sometimes the person is very busy. They come here when some questions pop into their heads, they then ask a series. There is a limit of how many you can ask a day. They just keep asking until their limit is reached.
They may not be random questions at all. The questioner may be having a good time asking a series of questions.
I think, it is a human psychology that when a person battles with his/her thoughts, he/she then seeks remedy by asking so many questions at once
Are they supposed to be asking random questions, or is the questions tab just for questions about HubPages? I've seen so many random questions that I'm confused about the purpose.
My husband does this...he rambles about this and that...always asking more questions than folks can answer in a day. He will eventually circle back around for an answer so sometimes I have to make a written list. I think it is because his mind is so operates on warp speed...smart man that man of mine!
by ProCW 9 years ago
Are there any hubs that have a google PageRank higher than a 5?ProCWPS. That's my random question... what's your random question?
by Rangerwife 6 years ago
Why do people ask so many stupid questions?
by Sparhawke 8 years ago
Obviously it is a useful feature and it can take my mind down different paths that it had not considered...But are there any hidden advantages to asking endless questions constantly?I might expect such things from a newbie, but often they are from people with hub scores of 95+It puzzles me, I am...
by R.S. Hutchinson 7 years ago
HI I'm new.. and I think.. that if someone (that isn't a Hub Page Member)visits my Hub page and scrolls to the bottom of my page they can see all the forum activity I have been a part of. I'd rather this info not be available for the world to see... is there a way to "turn off" the...
by Rodric Anthony Johnson 5 years ago
Why do we have daily limits of questions that we can ask on Hub Pages?I get cut off after a while from asking questions. I ask question nto necessarily because I don't know the answers, but to sees how others differ in their response. Why limit the number of Questions!
by EatLovePray 6 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)..
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