Why is advertising not allowed in questions? Why are their adverts in Q&A?
If advertising is not allowed in questions, then why is there Google advertising in the Q&A sections? If someone clicks on the adverts in the Q&A does some of the money go to Hubpage users or does it all go to Hubpages?
It all goes to HP. Questions is just to get your doubts clarified and not for the sake of earning. As you very well know - people already spam the question option with insane questions just to get noticed and get an accolade as well as new followers.
If revenue is shared then even more useless questions will pop up which will hinder us from even bothering to answer because out of 100 questions only 1 may be a true question
Hope you got my pt.
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