What is the benefit of following a question here in hubpages?
I am curious. I was not active here in hubpages because I am busy playing online games and busy also in school. I seldom ask questions here too. Now I want to participate here. By the way I will not be following this question. Should I follow a question or not? Why should I follow and why not?
I would only follow a question if I was interested in the way people respond besides myself. Kurant82 is wrong, you don't need to follow the question to get credit toward your accolade, you just need to answer 50 questions.
My default is set to not follow questions, but I will check the "Follow this Question" box if I wanted to know more about the topic.
Following a question here in hubpages is free education and entertainment as well when you compare other hubbers' response to the question and that of yours.
If you don't follow a question you asked then there isn't much point in asking it. It would be a little more encouraging to hubbers to want to answer for a reason.
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