Do you answer a question it it is in a long series of questions asked?
Some people seem to spam questions on hubpages. Do you still read those questions just like others, or do you skip them?
I seldom go looking for questions, just eyeball those that pop up on my stats page. But if I answer one, and then the next popup is by the same asker, I'm done with that dude or dudette for at least a decade or two.
Not usually unless it is something I enjoy. If it is a question about natural remedies, pets, or children I may answer just for the sake of it. Usually however when I see that long list, I skip to the next page.
If the question is resounding..and the answers of the participants are good, I read them and vote them up again.
there are a few people on here that ask a bunch of questions in a row. i rarely even look at the questions, never mind answering them.
When I go out to answer questions, I look at every question and decide whether to answer it individually, based on interest and my ability to provide a good answer. I used to try to answer 10 questions a day, but I'm shifting more into reading hubs and commenting on them.
I usually answer a question if it's one that I think I have something to offer. If I have no clue about this question, I might still let it be known that I don't really have the answer and then offer a suggestion or give my opinion.
I skip the ones where you find the same person asking several in a row. You know they are not genuinely looking for an answer. I usually scan right past them.
Asking questions is a way to make money. If I know an answer I try to help the person by answering the question. I think it is difficult sometimes to word the question within the count and make it understandable. I believe people try to do their best. Sometimes questions are complicated.
by MikeSyrSutton 7 years ago
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by Pandoras Box 7 years ago
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by Tricia1000 5 years ago
Is it true that we can now earn from page views on questions asked?I cannot find more information on earning from questions asked in HP and am interested to know how it works if it is indeed true
by Jenny Pugh 6 years ago
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by Pete 6 years ago
What percentage of questions asked here are genuinely asked to seek an answer?...and how many are asked to incite an argument or debate?
by SteveoMc 7 years ago
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