I know there is a way to have another window opened, if readers click on a link in your Hub.
Instead of getting the question: Do you want to go to another page?
Readers will stay at your Hub and at the same time they get the opportunity to read the page of your link.
The only question is: How?
This should help you:
http://twentyfive.hubpages.com/hub/How- … in-Blogger
Also, to make your hubs more visitor friendly add a table of contents - If the hub is long:
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