In this new look of hubpages "my account" I am unable to find where is the button of "ask a question". I wanted to ask some questions but I don't know where to ask. Please help!!!!!
go to the questions section, you can get there by following a link to a specific question or by clicking the "answer" tab at the top of this page. Once there, there will be a box to the right where you can sk your question.
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