Why is there a forum section on hubpages?
My experience says, the question and answers is almost the same as the forums. People ask questions and put it in a category. And the same happens in the Q&A section. So what is the need of the forums?And how do you use it differently?
In the "Questions and Answers" section, we all only get one chance to answer. Over on the forums, we can continue with further answers just like in a discussion.
I agree with what wilbury4 says. Also, the questions section does not allow topics that are very controversial. Those topics are posted in forums where they can be debated.
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