What is the proper etiquette to make a hub response for another hub? I see in the answers...
section where it leads you to create a hub to answer a question, but what is the best way to do that when responding to a hub? (Or is that discouraged?)
You can simply write another hub and refer to that hub. You can also keep it a separate article and only loosely refer to that hub. But it doesn't matter - you can easily write another hub where you express your views in response to some other hub. There is no technical way to make the hubs linked (like in the Answers section) but you can still add a link in your own hub to that other hub.
by Debby Bruck6 years ago
How do you feel about people who answer a question with another question?Do you think when people answer a question with another question this is part of a Socratic didactic form of learning, communicating, getting to...
by J Sunhawk7 years ago
I'm studying backlink techniques.Some advice says to go to blogs related to your hub page theme and leave comments.Let's say I write a hub page on chic and expensive puppy collars.I go to a puppy blog to leave a...
by Stacie L2 years ago
Do you ever answer a question even after the Best Answer has been chosen?I enjoy providing an answer to questions at times but sometimes there are already many answers, and decide not to. Have you ever given an answer...
by Kris Heeter6 years ago
I've run across several hubs by others that have words running together consistently throughout the hubs. It almost seems too frequent to be standard typos. It almost seems like an artifact of copying/pasting into...
by sweetypie19687 years ago
What is the proper etiquette for responding to comments, besides approving or denying the comment? Is it OK to write a response to each approved comment? .
by GlenR7 months ago
Why hm I allowed only 250 characters with which to answer a question? Some answers are much longer.
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