I recently completed a hub on starting a Facebook group. You can find the article here:
They are simple to set up, but it gives you a presence on a very large, very high traffic site. Google and Alexa both love Facebook. This directly translates into traffic. Starting that group increased traffic to my website by a significant number.
To be sure, you absolutely don't want to start a group for one hub. It will be deleted. You start a group for a topic that happens to include a number of your hubs. You can then provide links as you write new articles.
I never though of starting a group page, that's not a bad idea Tom thanks.
Great idea. I just created one for my literary blog, Literary Lunch.
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