Do you think asking a question in the Forums is much better than using the 'Question' capsule?
I find the Forums more interactive with regards to tackling a question than the 'question' capsule. What do you think?
In the question, we are limited to one answer and the dialogue is impossible! The questioner doesn't even have the opportunity to answer! Where is the point of this formula?
This is probably just another hubpages platform. In fact you can also ask questions in the comments section of hubs. I reply any questions asked on my hubs
I didn't realize there were two separate ways to ask questions. Great question.
I thought I read there was a way to attribute your questions to your subdomain and earn money on the traffic of the question. Which method allows this? How do I activate this option?
American Choices, actually, a lot has changed since I asked this question. Then, the question and answer section was just for asking and giving short form answers, one could not engage in any conversation beyond one answer (not that it is possible now). The only difference now is that we can earn from our questions and they can now be moved to subdomains. I moved mine. I hope you did yours too. Have fun and thanks to the contributors here.
by Efficient Admin 6 years ago
What is the difference between asking a question in here or the Forums?Many of us ask questions here in the Answers section. What is the difference between here and the Forums?
by sparsha 6 years ago
Is there any financial advantage in answering a question or, asking a question at hub pages?Will I get any revenue from google ads from these pages?
by EatLovePray 7 years ago
Do you ask questions just for the sake of asking a question?I've noticed many people do this, and it is quite irritating to see so many questions posted all at once by a certain user(s)..
by simeonvisser 7 years ago
Why do some people add a photo of themself when asking a question at HubPages?I have seen three people include a photo of themself when asking a question here at HubPages - in the last 24 hours alone.What part of human behaviour triggers this? Why would they do this?
by R.S. Hutchinson 7 years ago
HI I'm new.. and I think.. that if someone (that isn't a Hub Page Member)visits my Hub page and scrolls to the bottom of my page they can see all the forum activity I have been a part of. I'd rather this info not be available for the world to see... is there a way to "turn off" the...
by Joe Badtoe 8 years ago
is there any point asking a question when the usual suspects flood the question board with drivel...thus condemning serious questions to a black hole never to be seen again.This facility seems to be pointless and swamped by about 4 people askign the most inane questions (the thickness of baking...
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