Are You Happy Right Now?
Most brilliant question ever isn't it? Right now, are you happy? What's going on in your head? Right now are you or are you not happy? If so, why, and if not, then why not? So Are You Happy Right Now?
Yes. Right now I am happy!
Why? This is quite an easy Answer for me to give, not needing to type long and well thought-out answers! (I spend quite some time in the Answers section of Hubpages daily!)
by Catherine Giordano 15 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 upset that hubs are not getting enough attention in the "best",...
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 rancidTaste 5 years ago
Why should I ask questions in HubPages?HubPages offer to ask questions to any one who has an account? But why should I ask question in HubPages? Have you any idea? Or are there any good reasons to ask questions in HubPages?
by yshashikant 6 years ago
Why is there a forum section on hubpages?My experience says, the question and answers is almost the same as the forums. People ask questions and put it in a category. And the same happens in the Q&A section. So what is the need of the forums?And how do you use it differently?
by Daisy Mariposa 6 years ago
Why do some people use the HubPages Q&A section for doing research?Why do some people prefer to ask questions in Q&A that can easily be answered by doing research on Google?
by Jennifer Arnett 4 years ago
Why would HubPages delete this question?How do you feel about your children attending online public school? It's not inappropriate. I don't understand why they crossed it out and took it away.
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