What types/topics of questions would you like to see MORE OF in the question/answer section?
Questions that actually inspire hubs! I have just run out of interesting hubs to write. Although I could do about 10 hubs on the one question I asked about 'illogical religious beliefs', I find the topic so boring now I can hardly stand it.
And politics - don't make me laugh. Trump, Cruz and Kaisch are boring as all get out when they are not being totally outrageous for the shock value. They have no actual PLANS to help the citizens, they just want to be the biggest swinging d_i_c_k on the block. The only thing they know about is how to obstruct progress and try to take us back to the "good old days".
'How to' questions are always good, At least they convey some useful information.
How about some questions on how to cope with old age? How to save money? How to find and make deals for goods and services? How to enjoy the little things in life?
There has to be more to the Q&A than all the bickering and preaching. I say we start boycotting every question relating to "religion". What do you think?
Not religious question that are intelligent, only those who advocate atavistic precepts.
True, those good old days of religion when leprosy was a sin, and mental illnes was caused by demons are surely missed by the atavistic faithers. Hello! It's the 21st. Century!
Maybe more questions on Home Remedies. I do a lot of writing in that field-just not here any more
by Peeples 5 years ago
Ok I am at my end! I seem to be having an issue with HP. Everytime I flag something I end up getting flagged. Yesterday I published my 2nd part in a 3 part series on Jeffrey Dahmer. Ads were taken and I was fine with that considering he killed people, even though I see plenty of serial killer hubs...
by TripleAMom 6 years ago
What types of hubs/topics do you like to read?There are a large variety of topics written about on Hubpages, but the most popular ones seem to be about Hubpages itself. What are other topics that interest you, or what is it about a title of an article that makes you want to read more?
by Tim Mitchell 22 months ago
Do questions here cause you to research topics or more closely?Also, do any inspire you to write a Hub article?
by Andria 7 years ago
The hypothetical part:Say HP were cheesed off enough to think 'The religion sub-forum takes up too much valuable staff time, it's got to go'The non-hypothetical part:You spend most if not all of your time in the above forum, warring with words etc etc. You may (or may not) have written a few hubs....
by Sherri 5 years ago
I jumped into WebAnswers a few weeks ago. I find I get plenty of WebAnswers help there from the community, although there are no forums. Community help is structured through questions and answers, so, no religion and politics and no just-for-fun discussions. It's all about business. I feel I'm...
by BartholomewKlick 10 years ago
Or am I just missing it? o.o
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