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Why do hubbers post personal questions?
Hubpages Q&A rules discourage purely personal answers. But I find a lot of personal questions here. What is the motive behind these questions. Is it part of research for a hub? Or just curiosity?
'A problem shared is a problem halved,' and 'two (or more) heads are better than one'.
I see you haven't gotten a serious answer to this question. I agree with you - I see a lot of personal questions here regarding girlfriends, love lives etc. I wonder if the person asking does not fully realize what Hubpages is about--
And I would bet the most of them are posed by younger people. Have you ever been to YAHOO! Questions? That is place is made for and full of personal and often obscene questions and I wonder if the people here, asking those personal questions, think that this area is more like YAHOO!
I think we could flag those questions and they will likely be removed but I guess it won't stop additional questions.
Well I think there's a Gender and relationships topic for a reason. I know this isn't Yahoo answers but taking a break from writing all those "serious" articles isn't a bad thing. If questions get too personal in the level that other hubbers feel uncomfortable answering or even reading then they've crossed a line. You can often ask personal question to address a common problem that no one talks about and then turn it into an inspirational article. Not all personal questions are wrong, if they were there would only be hubpages related topics to choose from but people should know what's appropriate and what's not.
Whoa man I cannot answer your question. It's just too personal for my liking.
There are Hubbers here who answer relationship questions. When people click on a link that says "Ask Hubber a question" they may think that it is a personal question that will be sent only to the Hubber, but it winds up here for everyone to see.
You will notice that most really personal questions say "asked of Hubber and the hubber's ID"
Also, since there is a contest that will reward people who have asked questions that people want to write hubs about, many people are trying to come up with as many questions as possible, with the hope that one or more of them are worthy.
by Maurice Wisdom Bishop4 years ago
What personal questions that you hubbers really want answered?It can be about relationship, marriage, how to overcome a stress work environment, or anything that comes to mind or questions that are troubling you....
by dipsmi6 years ago
How to politely answer the very personal questions-how much do you earn?How much does your spouse earns?when do you plan to have a baby?
by pedagog5 years ago
How to ask someone personal questions on hubpages?
by Raya Stantcheva4 years ago
How do I ask a question on HubPages?What are questions used for? I can't see any on my homepage right now and don't know what to say.
by MazioCreate6 years ago
Why do we post questions on Hubpages?Are we truly interested in the answers or are we more intent on raising our HUBNESS?
by Mary McShane3 years ago
Recently I'm noticing new members who have no hubs, no activity where they read or comment on hubs, and only join to participate in self interest and/or bleeding heart questions in various forums. Sort of using HP as a...
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