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Would it be considered spam if I asked a lot of questions?
I think as long as they are though-provoking questions that have not been asked already, you should be fine.
No it will not be considered spam. However to anyone who has been here for more than a couple of months it may be a bit annoying if you ask them back to back. People who ask a question and really need an answer often get shuffled down the feed when someone comes in and asks 5 questions back to back.
Personally I try to stick to no more than a couple a day and I make sure the questions are either need an answer for myself or are something someone may be googling. Just seems like good HP manners and quite honestly people stop answering your questions so much if you're posting 10 a day.
If I see someone asking a load of questions at once I usually don't answer any of them & look for someone with just 1 interesting question so I would space them out if you want to be taken seriously .
Well my problem is that during the day I come across a lot of questions, so I thought why wouldn't I ask them on HP, HP is a great source of information because of the diversity of the people. This results in a lot of different answer and opinions.
If you spread them out over a period of time its not so bad just not 10-20 one after the other , It is interesting reading people's answers .
Yes it is, that's why I love this question feature.
by john.jackson17 months ago
Can you report users for spam if they ask thousands of questions a day?I have noticed that there are some users who spirt out the most random quesstions all the time and clog up the questions pages. They clearly have no...
by Jeff Berndt7 years ago
Here's a suggestion, or more of a question:Is there some reason why we can't see how often our individual hubs have been rated up or down?I don't think it would be productive for us to see who rated our hubs one way or...
by Peeples3 years ago
I along with others are tired of the never ending spam in the Q and A section. Some of us prefer the more civil (well sometimes more civil) Q and A over the forums. Please start something that slows the overwhelming...
by Susannah Birch6 years ago
I haven't seen a thread on this (feel free to post the link if there is).Hubpages will soon be giving ad share for questions.From the Hubpages weekly newsletter:While some of these Questions are winning prize money, all...
by DougBerry4 years ago
So, are you just answering/asking questions to get an accolade? I am.
by Sheepsquatch5 years ago
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?
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