I see in the blog that we are supposed to post our questions and answers somewhere, but there is no link and I don't know where to go! Do you?
Is it March already?
I imagine there will be a link when the contest is actually taking place.
You just need to go to the answers section and write hubs about any questions that interest you. Don't publish them until the contest begins instead save them as drafts. You could begin asking questions now or in March and people will write hubs as and when they get time and the right questions. I got myself 2 questions and would write hubs on them later on.
Here's the link to the answers section if u don't know where it is - http://hubpages.com/question/latest/
Thank you so much. I understand you can win by asking a question as well. I suppose that means all questions in March will automatically be entered?
Only questions that inspire a winning hub will win, if I read it correctly.
It doesn't matter when the question was written as long as the winning hub was created from it!
When there is an active contest there is usually a blue link at the top right. However it's not yet an active contest.
Can you write a hub on a question you asked or does it have to be someone else's question?
Here's the blog...read all about it http://blog.hubpages.com/2012/01/answers/
Here we go
"Hub entries must not be in response to your own Question"
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