There are always several new requests that have already been answered or their answers already exist.
So, wouldn't it be nice to suggest the hubs already present as answers to the request. And the hubber who asked the question should have power to accept the previously-written hub as an answer.
I think in a way this may work to attach you previously written hub to newly requested hubs. It would bring more internal traffic to your hub initially, or at least create the possibility for it. But, for the most part my interest in external traffic. I have thought this would be an interesting feature to attach your previously written hubs to new request that are the exact same question, but I don't think it's that necessary. The request would still be left open for other hubbers, and with that you could always right another hub to the new request and take it from a different perspective, and link to the other hub that you already have.
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