Is it a bad idea to give a link to one of your hubs to answer a question?
I don't think so. As long as it is highly relevant to the topic, that would be okay.
Also, there is an option to answer the question by creating a hub, so in that sense, I guess it's just fine to give a link of an earlier published hub.
yeah, i agree with @yougotme. As long the hub is related to the question, it should be okay. Not promoting purpose.
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