I was browsing the requests page when I found out a request concerning tips for pet cares, which was a topic I adressed in my last hub. I clicked on the answer this request button, but that only lets me create a new hub.
Isn't there a way to add my already made hub to the answers list of that request?
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 glassvisage 10 years ago
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.
by premsingh 10 years ago
I don't know exactly but I guess that request feature at hubpages is for creation of some valuable pages. Many requests need only one or two sentence replies. However there is no provision to answer such requests without creating a complete hub and for this one has to expand the topic unnecessary....
by mroconnell 10 years ago
Can you answer your own requests? When you make a request, it immediately brings you to a screen with the prominently featured red button that says "answer this request". It feels like abuse to make a request and answer it yourself, so I'm not doing it. But I feel like...
by Rajinder Soni 11 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 rajasekharan 10 years ago
There is this user by the name "love2learn" who has seemingly sent everyone a request for "i want you to go to ....." with a affiliate link in the URL. Would the mods please deal with the problem.
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