Are you a member of any Yahoo group? If not join. Then you can post links to your hubs with a short summary of the hub. You can use the same technique as hubpages uses when they send links to facebook. Excerpt the hub title and the first 3 lines of the hub with the link following. You can also put the links in the the group page "links" section. just make sure the hub will fit the context and purpose of the group. You can see how I did this in the group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/oslmchurch You will have to join the group to visit the links page, but that's easy and doesn't require approval from me.
I have a hubpages widget on my site http://oslmchurch.org If you go there and click on the ARCHIVE page link you will see the widget. hubpages generates the widget for you so you just need to copy and paste. You will have to edit the HTML code into the web page where you need it.
To get the widget code, go to your profile page and look beneath your picture. There is a link to "add widget to your website." The cool part of this is that you can put anyone's widget on your site, including mine. Just go to your favorite author's profile and click on "add widget" to get the code. Then add to your webpage.
The more places you post links, the better your traffic.