I asked a question regarding an Anime show called "Tears to Tiara." I just wanted to know if anyone had seen it and if it was worth watching. After I asked the question I saw under the question "This question is closed to new answers." Why is that? I didn't violate any rules as far as I know.
I believe questions that can create discussion and inspire a Hub are preferable rather than just general questions. Probably best to ask that question in a forum such as entertainment?
by Suzie ONeill 6 years ago
Why would HubPages "close" a question less than 24 hours after it was asked?I posted a fun question for people to answer. It was completely G rated, not offensive in any way, and I thought it would generate a lot of discussion. But, when I logged in today to see if anyone has answered the...
by Jenna Ditsch 6 years ago
Why was this question removed by moderators?I asked these questions (What do you want to know about heaven? What questions do you have--what are you curious about?) and they were removed by moderators--why?
by Susannah Birch 6 years ago
I haven't seen a thread on this (feel free to post the link if there is).Hubpages will soon be giving ad share for questions.From the Hubpages weekly newsletter:While some of these Questions are winning prize money, all of them will soon be able to bring additional ad revenue to the people who...
by Justin Choo 7 years ago
It's funny, I am not allowed to make 2 comments for the question I asked. I just found the...answer to my problem, but I can't make known to those who had answered. Anyone has any idea why this is so?
by Credence2 8 months ago
Just wondering, why is the Trump Administration so tight lipped on the question?
by Rosa Marchisella 6 years ago
Have you ever asked HP questions to see if you could inspire Hubbers to post a hub response?If so, did you succeed? What suggestions would you give to help others inspire with their questions?
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