Is it your 20th question today? ha ha...... just joking.
I will answer your question in next week as I am going to my native village for Diwali festival.
1. They have plenty of time.
2. They are bored.
3. They think, this way they will have more followers.
They think this way they get more followers - followers who don't actually follow though
They try to get the accolades of getting people to answer their questions
@Jainismus happy Diwali
The simple answers are they think that they can get their profile score up and they are looking for accolades.
I make it a habit to avoid hubbers who do that, it's very annoying seeing an entire page of questions by the same person.
I would like to think it is because they are curious people, but it is more likely that they are more likely just trying to get attention. I'm off to post my first question!
I think they ask a lot of questions as it helps with their hub score. Also if you are new to Hub Pages it can be a good way to get noticed and to get more followers.
I have often wondered this as well, so thank you for asking the question! And thank you, everybody who has answered. Very helpful, and now I can sleep at night!
I think that these people do one thing at a time, one day ask questions, the next day answer questions, in between get the hub ready for publication and publish the hub and then back again to the starting point asking questions.
I ask quite a lot of questions. Yes, maybe I am score hunting but I do appreciate every answer that people give. I do try my hardest to make questions that create good answers, make people think.
Because they want 20 answers that day. Things come to their mind and they decide to ask for them as we are here to do it, share, enjoy...
People might want to get it all out in one day, or have a lot of ideas. It isn't neccesarily a bad thing.
by Jacqui 5 years ago
Why ask a controversial question of others whom you do not agree with?I'd like to know what the point of this is? Do you want to learn, cause arguments or claim persecution? There have been quite a few from a number of people, like this. I'm confused, particularly due to the responses of the...
by Ralph Schwartz 3 years ago
Why ask a question - do you really care about the responses or is it for entertainment?
by DougBerry 5 years ago
So, are you just answering/asking questions to get an accolade? I am.
by Steve Orion 7 years ago
Why do you answer questions on HubPages?Accolades, helpfulness, or a mix of the two?
by Sparhawke 8 years ago
Obviously it is a useful feature and it can take my mind down different paths that it had not considered...But are there any hidden advantages to asking endless questions constantly?I might expect such things from a newbie, but often they are from people with hub scores of 95+It puzzles me, I am...
by Penelope Hart 5 years ago
Do you ask questions on Hub Pages because you're looking for answers, conducting a survey or......?You're asking for other reasons?
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