My most popular hub gets the most Q&A questions. No surprise. However, most of these questions are more appropriate for other hubs I've written.
For example, my most popular hub is about the US Army. It gets a lot of Q&A questions about Basic Training. I've already written two hubs about it. Can I move the Basic Training Q&A to my Basic Training hubs?
Can questions asked on the Q&A of one hub be moved to another hub?
I am not sure if you can move them or not, but I looked at some of your answers on Soapboxie and it looks like you are already doing things the right way. If someone puts this question on one article, they will read the answer and some will folllow the link back to the article you have linked to. (Not everyone, of course, but some will see that link and say "here are many more answers to what I want to know" and read your other article. It will tend to increase your page views.)
No, but you can ask similar questions yourself and post the answer accordingly.
I never got an answer from staff about whether we could post questions ourselves (actually I didn't email them, just moaned about it in the forums). An editor did tell me however that it was the reason why a question was rejected.
"These were rejected because you had asked them yourself. We only publish Q&A with questions asked by other readers/authors."
Then they decided to pass the question because it didn't link to any products.
Staff (can't remember who) told us here on the forum that it is fine to ask a question ourselves. It must be so, otherwise the facility wouldn't be available.
I once asked myself if had any plans for Saturday night, and the answer was rejected for being "soul-crushingly boring".
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