I've found the 'group' option and tested it out on an interrelated series of hubs - but I'm not really sure exactly what that does for me? Anyone know?
Yes I link my hubs where the theme is the same. HubPages adds forward and backward links pointing to other hubs in the group. This encourages your reader to read all the hubs in the group.
So should help you to get more traffic.
'Groups' really come into there own as you get towards 100+ hubs because you can break existing groups up into smaller groups and move hubs around and the relinking is done automatically for you.
Good luck with your hubs!
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