my traffic is so much better on weekends, maybe it's because I spend more time on hubpages then, but it's a drastic improvement
Really? I find my traffic increases during the week. Which for me makes sense because I know that I'm rarely online on the weekend.
cool way to stay out of the crazies-on-the-road lis ,love to you!
well i'm getting mixed results. sometimes when i spend time on forums i get traffic while sometimes i simply don't get it no matter what way i try.
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