Sometimes I stumble upon a HubPages request that could be answered by a Hub I've already written... but of course I couldn't submit another such Hub. There should be a way to use a Hub already made in order to answer a request.
I second that! I have also ran across requests that I already have hubs to answer so therefore I just let them slide. This option would definitely be nice.
moer than once Ive seen a request for which I already have published the hub!
I'd support this too.
It seems that many requesters are too lazy to search hubpages for existing hubs, and it would be great to refer them to an existing hub.
Many of the requests are also very vague, meaningless.
Almost as if they were put there just to get the numbers up!
Could we have the ability to flag a request as substandard
Another YES vote here!
Off on a slight tangent, a lot of the requests I see can best be answered in one sentence or less. It would be nice to have some way to answer them other than writing a substandard hub, but my fuzzbrain isn't coming up with one.
by WeddingConsultant 9 years ago
I know that hubpages really pushes for new hubs to be created, and rightfully so. However, I'm thinking it would be nice to be able to "answer a hub request" with an existing hub.So if someone does a hub request for something I've written on (revver videos, for example), I can simply...
by countrywomen 9 years ago
I know answering requests improves scores but answering our own request does it also improve or on the contrary does it decrease the score(and also does it go against the convention here at hubpages)?I am asking this question for this particular request and also for a couple of other requests I...
by orange 11 years ago
I saw a request:"Is there any free Video Editing software available online?asked by doodsdpogi 12 hours ago"If I answer this request, I have to make a new Hub, but I already have a hub about "Free DV Editing Softwares".soWhat I did is email the hubber thru hubpages, but it...
by pjdscott 10 years ago
A few months ago I received a request from a hub friend to write a request (I am not naming it - this posting is not self-promoting). A couple of weeks ago I finally answered the hub by using the exact title, adding content in the recommended way and publishing. Part of my reason for...
by Rajinder Soni 10 years ago
I noticed that hubpages is putting in nice hub requests and this is motivating people to create great hubs, thanks for the hub requests, as requests give us a reason to create beautiful hubs and we share each other's point of views with that.I would like to share other hubber's views on this topic.
by kpfingaz 10 years ago
I asked for a review of a movie and they give me a synopsis. Thing is the answer that they gave me looks like a copy/paste job from somewhere and I'm not too satisfied.I've seen hub requests answered with one or two sentences and it doesn't look good and I wonder why people even bother. The thing...
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