I saw several questions that are common for Yahoo Answers here in the QA section. Go check out the profile, and they joined and only asked the one question. That or joined the site, joined a group, asked question, and have no more hubtivity. Silliness
agreed sounds fishy.. or smells fishy for that matter spammers?
Not necessarily spammers. Just people wanting to ask questions and thinking that HubPages QA is a place to join and ask questions like Yahoo Answers.
I think they just don't know what to do, in some cases. I know that some people also sign up for an account when all they want to do is leave a comment. Guess they can't figure out how to do it otherwise.
You're right, Michael. They can add to the idea bank.
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