I've found a hub request that matches a hub I already published. Is it possible to add my existing hub to the request list? Someone had asked this previously, but didn't get an answer.
Thanks for any help.
I've also wondered about this. I'll look out for an answer.
There is currently no way to do this.
We are considering adding that capability, but unfortunately it isn't likely to be available in the near future because we have higher priorities at the moment.
I guess in the meantime you could create a new hub that answers the question that links to your existing hub (and preferably has some unique content of its own as well).
Thanks for the quick reply, Paul.
I'm sure HubPages has higher priorities. HubPages rocks! I was just curious.
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