Twice, now, I've written a hub, the idea for which came from the WTI forum thread...except, I belatedly discovered that it was an old post....
In searching for any archives, I am only directed to the actual question/answer page, to which the original forum thread link takes you.
Is there an archive in the forums for these older posts, and if so, can new hubs still be shared there, or have they been closed to responses?
I think that these should be in a special place, but you can find them by putting Weekly Topic Inspiration: in the search bar and limit it to forum posts.
Here's a direct link:
http://hubpages.com/search/include%3Afo … ation%253A
Yes, you can write new posts on older WTIs. You can post your new hub on the forum post and/or the answers page related to the post. I haven't seen that any of these have been closed, but don't know for sure.
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