Have you noticed many more hubbers have started asking many more questions on Hubpages of late?
There has been a dramatic increase in the number of questions hubbers ask on hubpages compared to previous times. Many hubbers are struggling to post up to ten questions per day. They could exceed this if limits were to be removed. Does money or curiosity have to do with all the asking?
I think money is one of the motivators. However one thing I am finding is that it is also addictive. I've asked quite a few questions now that I actually want to know the answer to. Some of the answers and hubs have been excellent.
I guess as time goes by the fun will drop off, but I still will continue to build my portfolio as I feel it can help increase traffic to my hubs! Of course, over time I may change my mind as the statistics change, but so far it's fun, I've seen increased traffic to some of my hubs and I have the potential to earn a little more money!
March 2012 saw not only a contest based on asking questions on HubPages but the added feature of users being able to earn ad revenues from question pages. That makes the increase in questions rather obvious.
I am one of the people who have only recently started asking questions - I started off just writing hubs, and then started looking round the various tabs to see what else I could o, and, voila, I came across the tab called "explore", which led to my asking and answering questions only about two or three weeks ago.
I am both curious, and also interested in increasing my presence on HubPages and becoming better known.
by Annsalo 3 years ago
I've seen in the past where people say that it's too much time compared to what they have, but really? I mean I see plenty of people in the Q and A and forums, including myself bickering. Surely there is time to help others out. Is it because it isn't your job? Is it because you think they should...
by Kristy Callan 5 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 Andria 10 years ago
Some hubbers are taking the mick with it. It's spamming. It's not allowed in the forums. If you want attention promote yourself according to good manners. Not by over spamming in the questions section.
by Paul Maplesden 6 years ago
All of us that have visited the question section know that much of the content there is of very questionable quality. It's difficult to see how many of the questions really contribute to the community or discussion on HubPages at all, ranging as they do from mediocre to banal.Of course, there are...
by Sparhawke 9 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...
by Anne Oddity 8 years ago
Any advice from the Hubpages veterans on how to develop a following? Thanks in advance
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