Are the best questions for people of high hubscore?

  1. kafsoa profile image72
    kafsoaposted 7 years ago

    Are the best questions for people of high hubscore?

    I found that the best questions are for people who have hubscore over 90 or so. Is it just because they know how to choose and write good questions, or is it because the hubscore counts here?

  2. Glenn Stok profile image97
    Glenn Stokposted 7 years ago

    I believe the Hubber Score is a function of ALL your activity. Not just writing Hubs. So those who spend time in the Forums, posting and answering questions, reading other Hubber's Hubs, and even Hub Hopping. It all goes into the score in some way. So if one writes good questions that promote a lot of answer activity, then their score goes up. I wouldn't doubt that the system is programmed with the reverse as well... If one writes silly questions that get no activity then that hurts their score. This is only my guess based on my background as a programmer.

  3. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image97
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 7 years ago

    Some people ask dozens of dumb questions and never check to see if that question has been asked before.  I know you've seen some of those questions that I'm talking about.  "Do you believe that God is love?"

    What kind of question is that?  So clearly, a person asking questions that have no clear answer, or are merely speculative and conversational - or meant to bring on some preaching or something. . . .this isn't the place for that.

    But for anyone with a serious question that they'd like an answer to - in those cases, the only bad questions are the ones that aren't asked, IMHO.