Something that interests the audience, as in something people care about.
Good HP questions are written WITHOUT spelling, grammatical or typographical errors. The good HP questions must have substance, intelligent curiosity and not a cause to rant (use craigslist for these), get emotional support (contact professional counseling), or repeatedy ask questions that can be researched easily in the internet.
I'm with daisy. There is nothing more frustrating to see Hubs and Questions with a lot of grammar and spelling errors in them. I don't mind answering questions about an opinion or someone wanting advice, but clean up the grammatical and spelling mistakes.
Personally, I feel that a good question has the ability to promote a debate.
Only bad question is the one not asked. How is one to learn without asking a question on so many fronts?
Good Question is the One that Can't be Answered. If you find the answer, that ceases to be a Good Question
A question should be well understandable, creative, interesting and suggestive.
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