Do you see real value to asking and answering questions such as this?
What value do you think asking questions here has? Do you think that mundane questions or mundane answers are the more mundane? ;-)
I think there are people here with a broad array of knowledge and sometimes it's just a good place to start if you have a specific need. Why not tap into their experience. Some questions may seem silly but possibly it is very important to the person doing the asking. I answer questions if I think I can help or if it is just a topic that interests me....
I don't see value in askiing the same questions repeatedly. There have been questions that only the HP team can answer, if they will give a straight answer, but hubbers are asked. I could understand if someone has not been paid, does not understand being paid, and does not know how to contact those at hub pages, but they want us to tell them why they have not been paid.
Yes, I see value as I believe there is value to every action, just like a silver lining.
You are such an interesting person/writer!
I believe that 'mundane' and 'interesting' are antonyms. Your answers to this question are far from mundane. In fact, you are so clever you could probably write a hub about how to elicit thought-provoking answers to otherwise tedious questions!
As always, good to hear from you = you make me think! Your fan, Maralexa
I see the value in both asking and answering. We all have different interests and thoughts to share. Some questions will seem more important then others depending on Individual interests. I think anything that starts discussion is valuable, even if the discusiion is about how lame the question was . and not the original question. Cheers!
by smanty 7 years ago
Do you make money from asking and answering questions on Hubpages?
by Mr.NGR 5 years ago
Why do prefer answering questions to asking questions?If the other way around then why do prefer that?
by batsobob 4 years ago
Do we get paid for asking/answering questions hero on Hubpages ?I noticed there are ads next to questions as well as on the Hubs. Who gets the revenue from these ads? The person who posted the question , the people that respond or Hubpages ?
by breathe2travel 7 years ago
What motivates you to answer questions on HubPages?
by kallini2010 8 years ago
I have been on HubPages only for two months. I did not think that "Asking & Answering Questions" was a complicated matter.But I have come across a question that if you ask a question and then answer it with your own hub, it is "faking it". My understanding was...
by Poon Poi Ming 6 years ago
Hi, I wonder why I am suddenly banned from answering questions. Is the ban permanent or temporary? I have written to the HubPages Team but I thought that I may be able to get a faster response here. Is there a guideline on how to answer questions? Honestly, I really don't know which rule I have...
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