Were you aware just how many views a question can generate?
I guess I have just never paid it much attention, as I was scrolling down the questions I had asked to make sure I had chosen "best" answer on all, then something jumped out at me for the first time and that is one question, which only had 8 answers, had almost 1,500 views! I was just so surprised by this, and had not realized how asking questions can pump up one's view so much. Do you have many questions that you have asked that have over 1,000 views or higher?
I have never asked any questions although many have crossed my mind. the only questions I ask are In my poetic form , which I like to do because everyone see's something different in a poem which begs the question.. What do they read into the words I wrote.?
The words I write .. react in your heart
some are dumb ..some are smart
Why do words bring such pain ..
although some are soft .. like the beautiful rain..
Some are hot ..as a burning star
some feel cold ..as a frozen bar
keep my words... let them probe your soul
whether it be a shiny diamond
or a lump of coal
Well, look at you with a 99 score there, you poet you! Well, there goes this question about views on a question out of the window now! LOL Guess I never noticed the views, just the amount of answers. Thanks Michael for the poetic answer here!
I reckon I haven't been paying attention either friend.
by Kristy Callan 4 years ago
When I look at the questions section of hubpages I see pages and pages of silly questions. A lot of the time, when I click on "unanswered" or "latest" I see that the same person has asked ten or so questions in a row. I suspect that in most cases this is because of the fact that...
by Rodric Anthony Johnson 5 years ago
Why do we have daily limits of questions that we can ask on Hub Pages?I get cut off after a while from asking questions. I ask question nto necessarily because I don't know the answers, but to sees how others differ in their response. Why limit the number of Questions!
by DougBerry 5 years ago
So, are you just answering/asking questions to get an accolade? I am.
by Mr.NGR 4 years ago
Why do prefer answering questions to asking questions?If the other way around then why do prefer that?
by Sophia Angelique 6 years ago
How many people ask a question just to start a conversation, and why?So many of these questions are such old cliches and worn out philosophies that everybody must have heard it before. I cannot conceive that they are genuine questions.Next, if someone really wants an answer, it's quicker and more...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 3 years ago
In the learning center, it states that 'The Answers section is a place where Hubbers can ask Questions and receive revenue from 60% of the impressions for that page'. Is this information current and up-to-date?
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