If you are asking how to link hubs together, it appears that there are two ways to do that. Hubpages recommends linking similar hubs together by creating groups and using the Hub Tool. I didn't understand what the hub tool was, till I noticed in the "edit hub" screen, that the right sidebar has a section labelled "Display". When I clicked "display", it opened up to reveal a few options. One option was to add this hub to a group. When you add a hub to a group and save the edit, you'll notice two new buttons below your final section. One says "previous" and the other says "next" and they contain pictures from each hub they are pointing to, and the hub titles.
The second way is to use the link module. You first need to grab the URL of the hub you want to link to. In your Hub Stats window, just right-click on the hub and choose "copy address" (or similar phrase depending what browser you are using). Go to the hub you are editing, go to the link module you added, and add, paste the url into the "add link" box and click "add". Add as many links as you need and then hit save on that module and then save the edits for that hub.
My suggestion would be to examine your hubs for themes and group them together so people know they can travel from one to the next. I'm doing this with some of my hubs already.