Are you planning to ask more questions now that HubPages is hosting them on subdomains?
I've only recently started asking questions and to me it is immaterial how hub pages goes about things. If I continue to find it rewarding and enjoyable I shall continue to do it. Now that has just prompted me to ask another question
Yes. Most certainly. In fact, I'm going to ask a question right after I answer this one.
I reserve the right to change my mind about this (because we don't usually plan to change our mind about things), so - who knows....
No. I'm here to write - not think up questions. If I wanted to think up stuff I'd think up more and/or better stuff to write about. I'm not really "big" on "peripheral" stuff.
Possibly. I won't be asking 10 every day though. When I see 10 in a row from someone it puts me off and I don't even look at them.
I'd love to, especially if I could think of excellent original questions that hadn't been asked before. But in the 'question' area I don't usually have all that many ideas.
If I can think of any decent, thought provoking questions, then a definite yes.
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by Robin Edmondson 2 years ago
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by kallini2010 6 months ago
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by deergha 9 years ago
Why there are always more questions then answers?
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