Is there an ideal number of hubs to put into groups?
A lot of my groups have about a dozen hubs. Is there any benefit to going to the trouble of making the groups smaller? Do you think groups even help bring traffic to related hubs?
Most visitors are only going to visit a hub or two so groups don't have that much effect. They function a lot more by helping the author keep large numbers of Hubs organized.
I would only suggest making groups smaller if they're also made more specific. That would make viewers more likely to click to the next hub as it should be more closely related to the one they just read. Otherwise, just leave them as they are. A dozen hubs isn't too many.
As for whether groups improve traffic...I don't know. They seem to work on me, but I don't really know whether I'm a "typical" viewer. They certainly can't do any harm.
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