Is there any benefit to you of your answers being awarded 'best answer' status?
When you get 10 of them you get an accolade So far, that's the only real benefit I've seen, I don't think it increases your earnings or anything like that. What it may do though is encourage others to click your name and read some of your hubs though if it's a particularly engaging answer. That's my hope anyway.
I agree with Christin S. I get a little bit of an ego boost from it occasionally, but in real dollars and cents, I don't think it does all that much.
by Teresa Schultz 6 years ago
Will awarded best answers on HubPages be earning hubbers anything?For a while now we've been able to earn from asking questions on HubPages. Then being able to award a best answer was introduced. Will be being able to earn from a best answer be next? On the site Webanswers, once an answer is...
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?
by adeaugustus 7 years ago
i just joined the website, but it is really working for me as i have made two euros in an hour, and i have spend weeks here and i have just earned 0.64euros. please is anybody else usingthe site, willit contnue like that orit's just a welcome season?
by Ness 6 years ago
On 'Web Answers' why are answers hardly ever awarded?I am referring to webanswers.com. I've noticed that questions are opened for over a year in some cases. Is it because the question poster will get a higher earning if they don't award an answer?
by Cody Hodge 5 years ago
Is there any benefit to using the answers section to get a feel for what people want to read about?For example, would it wise to assume that if people are engaged in a conversation about your question, that you could expect traffic for a hub?
by eculligan 8 years ago
How many hubs or how many years will it take to establish the elite status?
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