Why do people ask questions here that could be easily answered by searching on Google?
Because they want an opinion. We all know that there are other poeple live on the other side of that screen.
They cant even think up the questions, even those are found on the net, so they have done the Google search, they want you to recognize their presence!!!
you can get a simple quick answer on here from others just like you - it is also about interacting with other hubbers and hearing their thoughts, or opinions . Also hearing their experience with some things .
I've heard that asking and answering questions can help to increase Hubber Score :-)
no matter what others say....camlo is right.....most ask to increase hubber score.....i knew when Patty Inglish started and she was asking and answering and always busy and now her score 100 and never below 97......and i want to be just like her.....if only i knew the wisdom of what she was doing then.....maybe i could have been there by now
by Poppy 2 days ago
I don’t get many notifications, maybe one or two a week. It’s nice knowing when someone has commented on one of my articles. Recently though I’m getting notifications every time someone I follow answers a question on their own articles. How do I turn it off?
by Mark Ewbie 5 years ago
Why do people keep saying "I wrote a hub on it" when answering questions on the forums?Tedious, boring, bad manners, self publicity? As if one possible extra visit is going to make any difference in terms of income, fame, success, etc.
by Whitney 8 years ago
What are the potentially cons of not using a comment box?I'm tired of answering the same questions over and over again. I'm tired of getting rude comments. I'm tired of dealing with it basically. I want to help people, but answering the same question over and over again or having to defend myself...
by silentsapphire 6 years ago
I need to make an extra $200/month as we are facing some financial issues. I am ready to so some article writing for others. I have tried Elance, Guru etc but to no luck. I know these are good sites and I may ultimately get work, but I don't have much time in hand. I need to get things moving as...
by Freya Cesare 3 months ago
“Who Are You?” Often we heard people asked. They want you to tell them who you really are. This is really simple question, is it? Or is it not?Have you ever noticed how people can come up with different answer for that simple question? And sometimes they also come up with more than one...
by Eric Dockett 6 weeks ago
I'm sure I'm not the only one, but I'm getting a lot of redundant questions in the Q&A. The person asking could have found the answer they needed by taking the time to look through the other questions I've already answered.Unfortunately, there is no way for them to do that. They can hop from...
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