I have no idea! When you find out please let me know as I would like to start one!!
If you were asking this http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-group-your-hubs-together
Click on Topics, Chose a Sub Topic and then other sub Topic till you find one that matches your interests, and click Follow This Topic
You can also follow me, if you find my hubs interesting to you
Then start comment hubs from others and they will comment yours (if they are cool people like me)
i am new user and finding that types of information how i can grow faster than other
If you mean how can you put two or more of your own hubs into a group then
click on your account in top right hand side of page
that will take you to a page with a black box of choices on lefthand side (starting with statistics at the top and groups down the bottom) click on groups
on the new page that brings you to click on Add new group in the box titled your hub groups.
type into pop up box name of group and click add group
this new group will now appear in box your hub groups
until you create a group all your hubs are put into "orphan hubs" to move hub from orphan hubs to new created hub group just click onto hub you want to choose and drag into new group.
Hope that all makes sense if not just message me any questions and i will try and answer best I can.
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