Isn't forums the best place to ask questions related to hubpages?
Yes. In the hubber exchange forum. That is its purpose.
Absolutely. The Hubpages Knowledge exchange and the Complete Hub Makeover forums are where the real learning is at.
Asking questions in "answers" allows people to respond, but the 'asker' can only post one response. It is better to ask questions in the forums if you want to have a conversation or an opportunity to to ask follow-up questions, especially about how HubPages works.
Yes,I also think it is the best place to ask questions related to hubpages.There should be limit to ask certain number of questions.
I've read nothing but negative stuff about the forums. There seems to be a hub elite there who gangs up on people, driving them from HubPages. I avoid the forums as much as possible. Most help can be found in hubs that people have written.
by Len Cannon 5 years ago
Ten dollars, do you hear me HubPages? I have a crisp Sawbuck if you can let me block politics/religion/whatever other god awful subforum is spamming the HP forums with all the leftover comments CNN.com. All I want is to talk about is HubPages-related topics and maybe see gifs of cats falling down...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 5 years ago
I read both forum entries and answers/questions entries but the two features seem to overlap. Many of the questions asked in "answers" are technical questions asked by hubbers about HP. Some elicit long threads of answers just like in the forums. Since the "questions/answers"...
by Jaye Denman 4 years ago
For the second time in less than a week, I just spent time opening "questions" that aren't questions, but nonsensical "garbage"--bits of a paragraph copies from somewhere and dumped into HP. In each case, I flagged them for HP, and they will likely disappear soon. But they harm...
by GoldenBird 6 years ago
There are some troubled men who regularly use forums, and they have not a single hub in their profiles. How come? How is it allowed? I do not get it--- Is HubPages a chat-website?
by skyfire 8 years ago
We have related hubs, forums and question columns in the right hand sidebar on every hub that we post. Many times you can see that related hubs are not at all related to the theme of our hubs.I think this damages most of the hubs. (I know these images are not good example but i'm just giving hint...
by Luis E Gonzalez 4 years ago
I rarely visit the answers section and spend a lot of time in the forums. Although this may not seem strange to some I have noticed that many of the questions are either months old or even years (average 2 years)Does it make sense to even have this section when most of the activity seems to occur...
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