Do you answer questions to increase your hub score and get more followers? Or you genuinely feel...
I think Experienced hubbers can definitely suggest on this
I answer questions because it is quick and fun to express myself about things that I would never write about: religion and politics.
It certainly does help in getting your name out there on HubPages and perhaps getting some followers. I don't do it to increase my HubScore which seems to go up and down whenever it feels like it.
I don't believe that answering questions has any effect on hub score. It's a bit of fun.
If you answer questions by building Hubs that answer them, it will might raise your HubScore (that is if you build good Hubs).
If you just post quickie answers here, it's not going to have any effect.
i don't care about my hub score and the followers i have aren't following me, hopefully, just because i answer questions. i answer questions because that is one of the reasons i'm on here.
I answer because I am liking mingling with the hub community and sharing in everyone's views. I feel like I belong in the group than a passive writer here. I have got active only the past week because of the time off work. When my hubscores went up inbetween this, I felt for a while it is my answering but I guess not. I won an accolade jump from II to III level commentor just at the same time when my hubscore fell from 98-95 today. Anyway I guess I am enjoying the Q&A...and so will try my best to continue.
My score was in the 90s and stayed that way for many months, just fluctuating 2-3 points. even having not participated in forums or answering questions at all.
I donno. I just feel I'd like to do so and I do. Hope that helps.
by Brian Loewer 6 years ago
Is it worth sacrificing your hubscore to get more followers?I notice people do mass following in order to get more people to follow them, but I've also noticed it seems to have a direct relationship with a falling hubscore. So, Is it worth it?
by John Paolo B.Magdaluyo 5 years ago
If I wont publish new hubs maybe 2 to 3 days what would happen?I am really enjoying HP community and writing new hubs. But couple of days and in the future I may not work on my other planned hubs due to my studies. so I am really worried on what impact would it gave on me. Firstly I think on...
by DougBerry 5 years ago
So, are you just answering/asking questions to get an accolade? I am.
by shaekelly 7 years ago
I have written to date a total of 6 hubs. The highest hub score receive is 65.Can u please tell me how to increase my hub score. An also, i only have three followers. Please guys help me
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
What motivates you to answer questions on HubPages?
by Jeffrey Neal 7 years ago
Why do you answer questions on HubPages?Is it to get rated up on your answer?Is it to gain exposure and you hope to get more fans(followers)?Is it because you genuinely like answering others' questions?Some other reason?
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