Dear Hubpages High-ups,
I have a suggestion.
Why don't you people add a new feature through which any Hubber can suggest or refer an already-present hub to a hub request hub.
The asker should have the option to accept the "referred" hub before it appears as "referred" hub publicly on hubpages.com. This way you can prevent unrelated hubs from being reffered.
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