I often don't answer a question. Usually it is because I have no idea what the answer would be.
There must be thousands of questions I haven't answered. I don't know everything. If I did know-- I wouldn't have time.
Were you directing this to one particular person, or to everyone?
When I first started on hubpages I never answered questions... now I find that answering questions is kind of addicting. I actually have to check back to see if I have been voted up or voted down in my answer.
On the other hand, my answers vary. Sometimes I am a comic and other times I am serious. It kind of depends on the question and depends on my mood. If I can think of something funny that will make other people laugh, I would prefer to answer that way!
I see lots of questions that seem to be addressed to people. . . .specific people, and those persons probably don't realize it. I think that something is lost in the translation, or something, for users in far away places.
I see a lot of questions that are just things that I'm not interested in bothering with too. I also see questions that I do not feel as though I could give an answer to. I do, however, "hang out" a lot in the "answers" section of HubPages, and when I feel like I can give a decent answer to something, I will.
i have answer the question about 50 . but somebody do'nt like to answer . I think its not a good habit . This habit can change their opinion? Must answer the question .Its show your thought about question and about yourself confidence.
though i answer a lot of questions , there are lots i can't be bothered with. questions about movie stars don't appeal to me plus many others.
by Nathan Bernardo 2 months ago
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by Poppy 2 weeks ago
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by Anthony Goodley 8 years ago
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by cookingdiva 8 years ago
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by breathe2travel 6 years ago
What motivates you to answer questions on HubPages?
by Poon Poi Ming 5 years ago
Hi, I wonder why I am suddenly banned from answering questions. Is the ban permanent or temporary? I have written to the HubPages Team but I thought that I may be able to get a faster response here. Is there a guideline on how to answer questions? Honestly, I really don't know which rule I have...
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