What is the difference between Hubpages' question part and forums?
If I need any information than I ask question here but I did not go to forums. Is there any specialty of forums?
Questions encourage people to give short helpful answers that could help the community while the forums are for discussions about a topic, back and forth type of thing.
You can only respond once to a question but as TheWhisper points out the forums allow back and forth commenting/discussions. I find you'll usually get a quicker response in the forums. You'll also notice more regular contributors in the forums.If you don't get a response in one i'd always try the other as not everybody frequents both.
I actually already answered this with a hub:
http://wychic.hubpages.com/hub/What-is- … ges-Forums
Interesting. I didn't know the real difference, either. I wonder why they only let you answer a question one time...because then it turns into a forum???
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