Experienced Hubbers and Technology Wizards,
While the Apple ipad expects to be lower than once anticipated, it will be at least 28 million units. Combine this with the increase in applications on mobile devices, how do you anticipate this changing the Hub Pages environment?
Less ad revenue?
Less reliance upon content?
More reliance upon brevity of info?
Will revenues from RSS feeds be more pertinent?
In order to meet this new marketplace, should HubPages host video?
Your insights into the upcoming changes will help me and all Hubbers. Please share your expertise.
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