Why do people ask tons of questions in a row?
Does it increase the chance for ad revenue or something?
Yes. Ads are placed on the questions that you ask and therefore you have the possibility of earning money from the questions that you ask. The more relevant the question, the better the chances of earning money.
I ask questions from all of my accounts from time to time, just not rapid-fire. Those questions relate to the niche topic of my account, and more general, HP related questions come from this (my communication) account.
I believe they think that it will up their hubber score. I'm not sure that it does though.
I am just curious. If I have too many questions I go to WebAnswers . They are especially for questions.
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