Can you answer your own questions (in the Answers section and not in Forums) with a hub.
So for eg. I have asked a question "Are you addicted to Social Media?" I have also written a hub called "I am a digital junkie." If I post my hub as an answer to my own question, will that be considered a violiation by Hubpages or is this something that is acceptable.
I don't know of any official site rule that it violates, but it's considered tacky and tends to cast authors in a poor light community-wise.
by Melanie Shebel2 months ago
There is no "report" button when viewing answers in the Q&A section.There are two patterns of behavior I've run into in the answers section that I feel are highly reportable:1) Spam2) Duplicate contentA...
by Andria8 years ago
Some hubbers are taking the mick with it. It's spamming. It's not allowed in the forums. If you want attention promote yourself according to good manners. Not by over spamming in the questions section.
by Abby Campbell4 years ago
Yesterday, I posted a question in the Answers section. After doing so, I received an immediate response that my question needed moderation. After a few hours, I went back to see if it had been approved. However, it was...
by Melanie Shebel5 years ago
I know this might seem like beating a dead horse, but...A lot of hubbers, even hubbers who have really written fab hubs and contribute a great deal of inspiration in the forums have been copying answers from other...
by Catherine Giordano5 months ago
I was browsing through Owlcation yesterday and saw "Answers" was being promoted more than hubs. Previously if you clicked on "best", latest" etc,. it was all hubs. Why the change?I am a little...
by Daffy Duck6 years ago
Why is it that the only questions that seem to not get removed are religious ones. I don't mind religion I'm just tired of reading all of the questions while all of mine get rejected.What the hell?Is there anyone...
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