Why should I ask questions in HubPages?
HubPages offer to ask questions to any one who has an account? But why should I ask question in HubPages? Have you any idea? Or are there any good reasons to ask questions in HubPages?
At the time of posting, I answered this question fifteen minutes after its creation. One reason I ask on HubPages is because people bother to give constructive and argumentitive answers, proving to each other in a sensible fashion about which answer is right. Plus, as I stated earlier, it's fast. I get answers within the hour of its creation, and the more answers I get, the better I feel about posting on the site.
I get reliable information and even a source so I can learn more about what I need to know. The answers are helpful and I can even meet Hubbers with similar interests so I can learn more of their articles.
Just because it's fun....that's my only reason....I like to see how folks respond!
You get answers almost immediately, then you can check out the profiles of people who wrote interesting things.
In addition you may earn some money if there is a lot of traffic to your question.
You may be inspired to create a new hub, may stumble upon interesting or funny conversation, or you might even find some great hubbers to follow. Also, it's possible you might learn something new.
I like all of the answers here!
I appreciate how a question can stimulate discourse. It also fosters activity for your profile and you get to meet other people who like to discuss and think about issues. Like Express10 stated, it can also inspire a great Hub.
Asking questions on HubPages gives readers exposure to your Hub profile, which when they click on it they will start reading your Hubs. More people who read your hubs, the more revenue you generate from HubPages.
Answering questions has a similar effect.
when i need to clarify about something i ask queations here and have great deal of answers...
When I need answer to my problems about my hubs and if there´s something bothering me. I usually get immediate answers and I´m thankful to our helpful co writers.
by Penelope Hart 4 years ago
Do you ask questions on Hub Pages because you're looking for answers, conducting a survey or......?You're asking for other reasons?
by Faith Reaper 3 years ago
Why would someone ask a question on HP, when they can just google that particular question?
by FranYo 6 years ago
Why do people take the time to ask Questions, yet rarely vote up or down ANY answers they receive?It seems odd to me that so often this is the way it is, and I'm wondering if sometimes people DO just ask questions in an effort to merely bring up their Hub score. What do YOU think?
by Daisy Mariposa 6 years ago
Why do some people use the HubPages Q&A section for doing research?Why do some people prefer to ask questions in Q&A that can easily be answered by doing research on Google?
by Nicola Thompson 6 years ago
Do you come up with a question a day?
by ngureco 7 years ago
Do The People Who Ask Questions Here Read The Answers Given To Their Questions?
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