About three months ago I noticed that I when I published a hub in the morning most of its traffic came from outside the US mainland. On rare occasions when I published a hub at night most of its traffic came from the US mainland. About a month ago I started experimenting with publishing a hub during the morning and another at night. I have seen a dramatic increase in views and Google standings of my hubs.
Just thought I share this with everyone as food for thought.
BTW; to do this I usually have about 10-15 unpublished hubs at any one time.
Fascinating observation Luis. Thank you. Depending on the hub subject this can be a useful strategy.
Most of my overseas traffic comes either late evening or early morning. I've put it down to the time of day in various locations.
Thanks for this information. I sometimes complete a couple of articles around the same time and I had wondered if timing was an issue with publication. I appreciate you sharing this knowledge!
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