How many questions have you answered on HubPages and do you answer questions?
I am a new comer in this field but i saw some questions, i thinks some ques tions are our questions so naturaly we will give answer.
I have answered over a hundred questions. Sharing answers adds to our writing experiences here by sometimes bringing new topic ideas to mind.
I believe I've recently crossed the 100-question mark.
I would probably be over the 1000 mark except that I resist the urge to leave wise-ass answers to silly or pointless ones.
I don't know how many but I call in from time to time and if I think I can answer the questions sensibly, then I do. I have asked questions that I really need to know the answers to and I've been glad to make use of the expertise available on HubPages.
I have answered over 1,000 questions on Hubpages and I hope to answer more. It is fun, it's enjoyable, and it's entertaining.
I haven't answered that many. I have noticed that many questions either require lot of research to answer, are not written in proper English, or actually are not questions at all, but statements. But yours is straightforward!
I've only answered about 23 that I haven't answered with a hub. Every so often I browse through the questions for inspiration or when I don't feel like writing an entire hub. When I find a question that interests me, I answer it. If I have a lot to say in response, I write a hub. Often these are hubs I never would have thought to write otherwise.
NNot many. But I recently decided I wwant one of those little medals for answering questions so I will be answering more. Hence my answer to this question.
by Sajib 7 years ago
I have posted many question in question sector of this site, but did not get any answer.
by Poon Poi Ming 5 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...
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
What motivates you to answer questions on HubPages?
by Kristy Callan 4 years ago
When I look at the questions section of hubpages I see pages and pages of silly questions. A lot of the time, when I click on "unanswered" or "latest" I see that the same person has asked ten or so questions in a row. I suspect that in most cases this is because of the fact that...
by P. Thorpe Christiansen 6 years ago
Do you think there should be a limit to the number of questions one can ask per day or in a row?I see question after question on a variety of subjects asked by the same hubber--say 6 or 7 in a row. Are they just trying to rack up points, or raise their score--or can they possible be...
by sethpowers 6 years ago
Has anyone had any luck with WebAnswers?I heard this is another way to make money similar to HubPages except you just answer questions. Can anyone provide actual numbers on earnings, and maybe compare them to your HubPages earnings?
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