Not sure I know the definitive answer to this one, though I have a few thoughts.
First, I think that people tend to come to Hubs as the result of a specific search--for example, "how do I install a low-flow toilet?," which brings a bunch of people to my Hub on the topic. (This seems to be the general idea behind the "Title Tuner," by the way--though I have to say I'm unclear why all the tags that draw people to the Hub need to be in the title itself!) So, for my Hubs at least, I think people come for the content, not for my name. And it's hard to imagine a general title that would have such a magical ability to "pull" readers.
Second, you can link to your profile page, as SognoPiccolo says, and I think that this has some merit. I've done it several times myself, in fact. But I can't say I've noticed drastic increases in profile view statistics as a result.
It would be really cool to have the capability to link to Groups of Hubs (especially if the link automatically updated to include new or newly-modified Hubs.) You can certainly create summary Hubs which function as indices; but they don't update. I haven't tried this, though I've heard other Hubbers mention it. Perhaps someone will comment on the pros and cons of this practice?