While I was on the question page looking through the questions and answering some of them I forgot
While I was on the question page looking through the questions and answering some of them I forgot what was my question that I was going to ask when I came there. Should I just ask something anyway that comes to me after reading all that or try to remember what was that question that I was going to ask when I was coming to that page?
You should definitely try to remember your first question. But before that, ask another question just in case you can't remember the other one so that you don't end up not asking any questions. Another option might be to start asking as many questions as possible. That way you'll have a decent chance to hit the question you forgot.
I think that if you had wrote the question down before you asked the question, then you would not have forgotten it unless you lost it, and had to find it, but then you may have forgot where you had put it, and ending up forgetting everything and who you are,
by Eric Dockett 6 months ago
What the heck is the point of Q&A? I don't mean that sarcastically. I am really trying to figure it out. I can't formulate a strategy for properly using this feature unless I can understand the intent behind it.First the Q&A questions/answers were on their own pages with their own urls. It...
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
What motivates you to answer questions on HubPages?
by Beege215e 7 years ago
help!!! Please!!! When I go looking through the topics and try to find my hubs, they are always...on page 15 or 14 or 17. Is there a secret way to get my hub closer to the front page? I use links, ads, and catchy titles with keywords, but I am still on the back pages.
by Mark Ewbie 5 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 Stacy Harris 6 years ago
Is anybody else irritated that when answering a question, you get told the answer is too short?I have tried answering a few questions, and while I am not just writing yes or no, I apparently don't have enough words. I had a 6 word answer and they wouldn't accept it. Do you think that forces a...
by Freya Cesare 8 months ago
“Who Are You?” Often we heard people asked. They want you to tell them who you really are. This is really simple question, is it? Or is it not?Have you ever noticed how people can come up with different answer for that simple question? And sometimes they also come up with more than one...
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