Do you feel safer answering questions to those whom have a picture of themself?
I would say so..If you are going to spend the time to ask questions here I would hope you would make the effort to post a photo. As part of the Hubpages community I believe having a picture make one more credible but I suppose maybe some people just dont have personal photos on their computer to upload?
How can I feel safer from a picture? I cannot trust it is YOU on the photo - right?
Not necessarily from a picture of THEMSELF, but I do feel safer answering a question from someone with an avatar rather than no picture at all.
No, the picture has no affect on me. It could be anyone, or anything and not necessarily genuine--so I don't pay it any attention.
not really because who's to say the picture is them. there is one person on here that asks questions, call themselves a guy's name but has a female pic. i am getting to the point where i am starting to check if they have written a hub before i answer their questions.
I think an avatar or photo on a profile shows some sense of commitment from the person asking the question as they have given thought to choosing a picture to post. However I agree with other posters that photos posted may not be the actual person. That said I read the questions and then decide whether or not to answer the ones that stand out. But when scrolling through questions a nice profile picture can make you stop and pay more attention I suppose.
I actually feel less safe. A person happy to show their face is too interested in showing themselves to be trustworthy, often meaning they're not.
I don't think it matters if theirs a picture i think it depends on the question asked ..
I don't actually look at the pictures... I look at the question and see if it is something that I find interesting. I think I already answered 10 or 15 of them tonight!
by Mr.NGR 7 years ago
Why do prefer answering questions to asking questions?If the other way around then why do prefer that?
by Mark Ewbie 8 years ago
Why do people keep saying "I wrote a hub on it" when answering questions on the forums?Tedious, boring, bad manners, self publicity? As if one possible extra visit is going to make any difference in terms of income, fame, success, etc.
by Heidi 9 years ago
What motivates you to answer questions on HubPages?
by Poon Poi Ming 8 years ago
Hi, I wonder why I am suddenly banned from answering questions. Is the ban permanent or temporary? I have written to the HubPages Team but I thought that I may be able to get a faster response here. Is there a guideline on how to answer questions? Honestly, I really don't know which rule I have...
by Natosha Bullock 10 years ago
Do you often make spelling errors while answering questions?
by Dave Mathews 9 years ago
Hooray! I am officially permanently banned from giving answers in the "ANSWER" Section at Hub Pages. Either that or their computer forgot to turn back on my priviledges. Either way since most of the people asking questions can't even form a proper question in English, I no longer have to...
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