Try adjusting your title by using the title tuner hubpages provides, especially if your hubs appear to not be gaining much exposure with low ranking or low numbers of views.
I have done this multiple times and its helped to increase my percentages recently as soon as I made a better suggested title change. Also try adding a great deal of relevant tags, that are pertaining directly to your hub's subject matter, if you do this effectively it will help as well in increasing your SEO overall for each hub you release to the public.
The search engines look for keywords in the body of your hub as well, so be specific as to what your writing, and be precise with the usage of certain words, check for spelling errors and make sure your hub has great visual content as well.
Little do you know, search engines will rank hubs or any web content for that matter, based on its social standing or ranking amongst all others on the web. This is why its so difficult to get things rolling at first, the longer your content is on the web, the more effective it will become so try to write things that can last all year round and is somewhat universal to many peoples interests.
Video usage also helps SEO ranking, because they have the potential to keep viewers on a page for longer periods of time, this will be another factor that the search engines take into consideration as to what gets ranked higher in dealing with SEO.
Last but not least, when sharing your hubs socially make sure to write all the corresponding relevant info into the message box to that specific hub, prior to sending the content to friends, family or colleagues (be specific). This will help to alert the search engines of specific key words that will match, relevant search results once your hub receives eventual page ranking & placement on the respective Search engines such as Google.
Here's a great resource hub I created on the subject. http://hubpages.com/community/How-to-Share-your-Hu...