Is it worth transferring Questions to your sub domain?
There may be other factors involved - but my HP Ad program earnings have picked up a tad since I transferred mine to my subdomain.
I should tell you also that I deleted a good deal of questions - when you transfer them to your subdomain you can look at the statistics for the questions - and from there, I'd advise deleting the ones that never get traffic.
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