If you edit an existing hub including the title and new photos is it redistributed to your followers as if it was a new hub?
No. Once a hub is published it is distributed to those who have their settings set to be updated about newly published hubs. Just because you edit it, it doesn't mean nor will it be redistributed again.
As the others said, it doesn't seem to get redistributed but a benefit I see of editing is that the score can dramatically increase.
I do not think so. The url remains the same, so it has the same identity as the old one.
You could leave the former "as is" and simply write a fresh one with your new insights
It doesn't automatically get redistributed. But you can still share it with the followers, if you want them to see it again.
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