I stumbled (pardon the pun) across this neat little trick today.
I set up my groups where at the bottom of each hub there is a link to one of my similar hubs on each side above the comments section.
I found that my most trafficed hub had links to my less performing sites on either side and basically the titles were not that enticing.
What I did was to put my better performing hubs each side of my popular hub in my groups section so that I might, just might capture some of that visiting traffic.
This may work for you as it appears to be for me. This is something I had not seen before.
This may have an adverse effect on the whole as less performing hub will go down...down.
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