Hub groups are good for organizing similiar hubs into groups that allow your viewer to easily browse through all your hubs about the same subject matter.
Two of the hubs from the group will be displayed at the bottom of the hub your writing of the same group. (If I was writing a new hub and put it into the YouTube group, two of the hubs I had previously written and put into the YouTube group would appear at the bottom to entice viewers to read them).
It's like a way to advertise yourself and your related hubs.
Interesting that you would ask this question and do it exactly like the title to my hub on this subject. Read my hub: What Are Hubpages Groups Good For? How to Benefit from Groups
http://aufait.hubpages.com/hub/What-Are … rom-Groups
There's actually a little more to it than noellenichols has explained.
Its a special tool for you to group all hubs which are related to each other. For example: All hubs with a main idea of giving useful tips, poems, and etc.
hub groups are very useful when you need to find the hubs that are related such as putting your recipe hubs under the recipe group, health related hubs under health group, etc. When you need to find out or track the traffic, search using hub group. Much easier than searching individual hub title.
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