When someone posts a question and someone else posts an answer, who gets the money if someone clicks on the google ads?
As far as I know, neither the asker nor the answerer. Questions are a different thing from Hubs and aren't part of the "deal" for posters when it comes to ads.
I believe HubPages gets all revenue from question and answer pages.
You'll only get clicks on your hubs and on your profile page, so it's best to answer questions in the form of a hub.
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