Hello! I just noticed the Q&A feature we can enable on our articles. Has anyone used this and, if so, did this have an impact on their traffic and earnings in anyway?
I agree with TT2, though I still get questions in the comments section.
Used it quite a bit at first since they originally move answers to their own page and it seemed like a good way to create a somewhat less labor intensive shorter hub that would have it's own earning potential. The questions I received often had to be edited to make sense and I can't say I felt it was adding to engagement much with my readers. For me it seems like comments do much more of that. When the questions started all being moved back to the article page though I began turning my answers into hubs and stopped focusing on the Q & A. I think for some people it's a great and useful feature while for others not so much. Try it out and hopefully it will be a positive addition to your articles.
by Christy Kirwan 15 months ago
As many of you noticed, we've recently been doing some testing with the Q&A feature on articles vs. with their own URLs. As a result of our tests we've developed a new policy.Once approved by a moderator, Questions will have a grace period to gain traffic on their own URL. Questions that gain a...
by Bev G 19 months ago
I really like the new Q&A feature on individual hubs. What I'd like to know is if there's a way to delete a question if it's inappropriate?For example, I have one now. Let's say the hub is about apple pies, their origin and history, and the question is 'What is apple?' That's just a made up...
by Samantha Cubbison 8 months ago
It's time to share your knowledge and expertise with Article Q&A! Some of you may have already noticed this feature appearing on select articles over the past few months. Our most recent update enables it to be utilized on all articles that have been moved to our Network Sites! Article Q&A...
by Rob Hampton 16 months ago
The option to post photos. Also something that was brought up in another post.. The ability to clarify or communicate. Example: "I followed your instructions per your article but my pool is still green. What should I do?" What I'm saying is that this would be an impossible question to...
by Paul Edmondson 9 months ago
In a very limited release (2 articles, that will expand to dozens in the next month or so) we are testing a new feature and process called Expert Reviews. Our strategy is to satisfy Google and readers with high-quality content. Part of Google's webmaster guidelines discusses E(xpertise)...
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
Today my HP traffic was the highest ever - WAY higher than it was pre-Panda. Since the switch to sub-domains, my traffic and earnings have steadily climbed. What I want to know is:Is this likely to last?Why is it happening?Just because I've endured some Google algorithm updates, am I likely to...
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