Base on my personal experience, hubs targeted to specific countries receive higher traffics than others.
"Example Problems in Nigeria" instead of "Problems in the World". "Poverty in India" instead of "Poverty in Asian Continent"
Have you experienced such?
Targeted or niche hubs can receive consistently more traffic than others but this is dependent on the search patterns of viewers. If there is enough search activity you are likely to get traffic but if the "key words" that lead to your hub are not highly searchable then you are not that likely to receive more traffic than if the hub were using more "broader" terms and then you may end competing with more established articles.
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Another wrong idea.
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