What is the benefits of asking question here in hubpages?
I was wondering if by answering a question here we will be compensated or earn something?
The benefit of asking a question here on HP is getting meaningful and insightful responses. The increased activity in the "Answers" section of HP can also boost your hubscore and encourage others to follow you and/or view your profile and hubs. Therefore, indirectly it may increase your traffic, which can then lead to greater earnings. However, no, answering a question here is not about being compensated or earning something directly.
Nope not directly. The point of asking questions if to get an answer to the question you have, the point of answering questions here is to help others with your knowledge of a possible answer of a question, and yes indirectly people may visit your profile and thus your hubs.
Some questions on here are just statements with a discuss on the end, these ones are to promote discussion and thought. Also in general they promote the sense of comunity in the site.
I thought Hub Pages was for learning and exchanging ideas and entertainment.
I sure didn't get involved with it for "the earnings." WHAT earnings? Maybe that's my problem - I'm here because I like it.
Does "What is the meaning of Life?" count? If so - there ya go! Many, many answers please. I live on a very tight budget and sure would like to get the kid something for Christmas.
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
What motivates you to answer questions on HubPages?
by kallini2010 7 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 DougBerry 4 years ago
So, are you just answering/asking questions to get an accolade? I am.
by Susannah Birch 6 years ago
I haven't seen a thread on this (feel free to post the link if there is).Hubpages will soon be giving ad share for questions.From the Hubpages weekly newsletter:While some of these Questions are winning prize money, all of them will soon be able to bring additional ad revenue to the people who...
by LouiseKnittel 9 years ago
I see that many have asked several questions here. Giving someone else a idea of what to write about. What are the benefits of asking a question. And if your on with Google Adsense. do you split the money if you asked a question and someone else answered? Anyone Know anything about this?
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...
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