Is Hot Question taking the viewers away from reading our hubs?
I noticed that a higher percentage of member answer the hot question more than reading the hubs, could be wrong what do you all think.
I live in CA and am having to dash around trying to make a decision on loading up the car and scattering for a few days, or sticking out the Earthquake and Radiation alerts. There are probably a few other peeps in the same boat, I would imagine!
yes because they want people to get all riled up and with this hubpage redistribution thing going on with the ads they are taking advantage of it and you would think yahoo would see that
Yes. Some people are more interested with these questions than hubs. They want to see what others know. What do others question? What do they worry about? Also it is interesting to see what they ask. Some deal with events and others have random questions.
It may not be. Answering hot questions can be a refreshing change.
*I better make a question to find out what that hub thing is all about*
Answering question here on this community can attract viewers to our profile.
What about the "make a hub about it" option for answering the questions? I really like the questions section. I'm sure that for some people, it provides some ideas for a good hub. If one comes across a question that they happen to know a lot about, and can provide a lengthy answer, why not just make it into a hub? I know I'm just a newbie here, but I see more benefit in the questions section than harm.
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