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Do you think that you'll receive more answers to a question here on the hub pages or Facebook?
I just did a little experiment with the exact same question both here, and on Facebook. In a few days I'll post the winning website. So far it's a tie, however here on the Hub Pages you can vote a question up or down, but you can't "Like" it.
I don't know why, but my friends on Facebook never answer questions - ever! I get more answers here on HubPages.
Probably because I believe Facebook has more members not necessarily a certain group as on Hub Pages...so I would say FB...will be interesting to see the outcome..good question...
I think it depends on who knows the answers or feels like doing it at the time . I belong to a group of travellers in Australia and if I have relevent questions I get a lot of good answers .
Sometimes on here I get a lot of good answers , other times only 1 person will answer which is disapointing.
On facebook it gets frustrating sometimes with people just liking it rather than comment lol !
Definitely here. Hubbers are more engaged than FB users, and have more of a sense of community.
I only have 297 followers here on Hubpages, but I have over 3500 on Facebook - so my answer is, Facebook.
I think the best answer is "it depends." If you have a lot of active, committed followers on Hub Pages, you can get a lot of responses here. On the other hand, the same is true of Facebook. It depends on how many people are interested in what you post, and how much time they might be willing to devote to thinking about what you've asked. For some questions, you might find more responders here on Hub Pages, and for others, Facebook might be your best bet. It all depends.
I usually get more comments on HubPages and I like the friendliness of the community, too. It will be interesting to see your results.
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