What is this new Q&A and what mean "preview offering to transfer Questions to your subdomain..."?
I've noticed hubpages now have a Q&A and if we click on it the following information appears "preview offering to transfer Questions to your subdomain and enable revenue sharing"? What is this all about? Anyone?
We have always had Q&A but here is the answer.http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/95116 follow the link to the forum it will give you all of the information that you are looking for.
The Q & A section has already been in existence, but now HubPages is offering us a chance to move our own questions to our own subdomain. I'm not sure why it is called preview offering, since you cannot switch them back once you do switch them. There are forum posts, including the one AEvans posted, a blog entry, and an announcement in the newsletter about this recent change.
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