Do you ask questions here to get information for your hubs ?
uh, you can. personally, no I don't. i write based on my own experiences or thoughts.
Not intentionally, though I have learned a lot from answers I've gotten, and seen other questions or answers that have inspired me to write hubs.
I absolutely do. The forums "might" be a better place than here for that though, if you've not tried it, you should submit a hub to the "extreme hub makeover" segment in the forums; and you'll be surprised at all of the helpful people and helpful advice that is available there.
No, that has never even occurred to me. Might be a decent idea though.
Yup. Got two good ideas for hubs from here. Ya never knows where a good idea will come from.
Not really because I write about specialist subjects (well sorta in the case of cars). I just use my knowledge learnt so far and life experience.
BTW loving ur new avatar wytegarillaz!
that is the main reason i ask. i find peoples answers give me a better insight as to how the human mind thinks and reacts. it also strange how so many people want to blame the government or companies for their hard times and give god credit for something they have accomplished themselves.
Sometimes I do and sometimes I just want to know what everyone else thinks about the question that I ask and also to get people to think for themselves.
No, but maybe I should. Sometimes by reading other people's answers you learn about things you have not thought about before, and they can be great hub ideas.
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