I have observed that traffic to my hubs has enormously decreased during the last week. Is it normal to have a very low traffic during Christmas holidays? Please share your thoughts.
Depends on your topic category, but for most of us the answer is yes.
Yesterday was rather surprising though, https://www.quantcast.com/hubpages.com? … rafficCard
Thanks ParadigmSearch for the information. I mostly write about English literature. It means people tend to buy gifts etc on internet instead of reading articles. That's may be the reason.
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