In your opinion, would you say that most questioners are posing questions in order to inspire...
other people to write hubs (in this sense they would be acting as muses); or is it to try to score "accolades;" or are they genuinely asking questions about things they would like to know? Take a guess and tell what you think the motives of most questioners, here, are.
Everyone has different motives : May be they really are in a dilemma, but some could just google for the information they ask here, maybe they just do not know this. Anyways we cannot judge, all we can do is try answering the questions if we can.
Most are just keeping their hubitivity up, or just copy pasting questions from the net, few of them are genuinely asked while others are stimulating thought and acting like a muse, yet others are getting people to read their hubs, one recent activity I noticed a few are shamelessly begging others to follow them.
I think this about covers all!!
Accolades/hubtivity and things you need to know. I'm a realist!
Most questions I find are simply answered themselves within the question themselves. Such as this one, it's pretty obvious that people abuse the question area to try and up their hubtivity or gain accolades and such. Every once in awhile you will come across a thought provoking question though. So I guess it's worth sifting through the BS questions to get to those really good ones that make you think.
I tend to ask questions that I want to know the answer to--or also ask questions that I have been thinking about for a hub. I find other people's answers inspire me!
by Sneha Sunny 7 years ago
Is it necessary to close all the questions to get the accolade for 10 questions?? if yes then please tell me how can i close the question. in the old "my account" it was easy to close but now in this new one i don't know how to close the question.
by Jacqui 2 years ago
There is a hubber (or two) who seems to follow particular questions, and posts incessently about the Bible, every comment, every answer, PARTICULARLY on questions that may pertain to something their faith disagrees with, or in questions that may question their faith's beliefs - but not just...
by DougBerry 5 years ago
So, are you just answering/asking questions to get an accolade? I am.
by ronhi 6 years ago
Why do some people ask like 20 questions in a single day?
by taburkett 4 years ago
Can anyone know the reason for a question that is posted on HUBPAGES without knowing the individualthat presented the question? Some answers to hubpages questions seem to indicate a biased standard when the answer does not provide an attempt to clearly answer the question. This appears...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Why do some people insist on making attacks, even personally attacking others for postingposting questions &/or answers because such questions &/or answers are different from, even opposite to theirs? Why do some people have the audacity to cyberstalk those who they disagree...
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