Can answering hubs be as meaningful as writing one?
Can we serve our fellow writers as well just by answering hubs?
Are you kidding me? Nothing cuold be more meaningful than answering a question on HubPages!
I love answering the questions...but for a more in depth treatment, a hub would be better..
I actually get a lot of satisfaction out of doing both, so yes. It has also helped me find some interesting hubbers to follow based on their responses. Win-Win!
Yes, it might be possible that a person has a question on which no one has a hub on or does not meet his expectations. Answering his\her question will mean a lot to that person.
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