Web traffic does tend to decrease on weekends. I have been following this trend by utilizing a spreadsheet that I created for my over 300 articles on eHow. I only mention the number of articles to show where I am drawing my information from .. Monday's are usually the higher traffic days as I get more views and more earnings on Monday ..
I believe this happens because there are still quite a few web surfers who either don't have a computer at home or they have a slow computer, so most of their surfing occurs during the week, at work, on company time ..
Thanks for the question Richie, because you just gave me an idea for a new article ..
Hi, In the winter traffic was great. The moment it got nice out my traffic dropped and so did my Adsense revenue. On Mondays through Thursday I always see an increase to my traffic whether it be Winter or Spring. mailxpress
My traffic seems to increase over the weekend but I think it is because I have many RV and Camper trailer repair hubs. It all depends on one's content subjects, I suppose.
I wonder if Google recognizes past success by a writer and indexes their article faster than they normally would? I published a new hub last night and it is already #8 on the first page when using a generic search for the subject matter. I am certainly not complaining, just wondering.
Its funny, I left the hubs for a couple of months, and havent written any in a long time , but the 17 I have written, while I ws gone made me some pretty good money I was like, totally surprised Goes to show I need to write , like a whole bunch more, I think , next week or so I'll establish a regular routine and join the hub challenge
My hubs also suffer from less viewing on the weekends. For me, it's a combination of reasons. My home internet service is super slow and the weekends are when the kids are off so more time is spent with them. Granted, if my service were better, I'd likely log on at night but then again, by not being able to it forces me to find more 'creative' things to do with my husband. By virtue of owning my own business, I have to be logged onto the internet at all times therefore allowing me to surf or write when I have free time.
LOL thats good to know , have you checked clear wire for wireless though? there has to be some kind of wireless signal where you are , or maybe not , sometimes with wireless you can get a plan with so many hours per month so it dosnt cost so much, just some thoughts anyway
On hubpages, I'll often drop somewhere between 5 and 15% on the weekends. On a site like associatedcontent, I usually see a 30-50% drop on the weekends, but my daily traffic is also much higher. I write about the same thing on both websites - mainly fitness and mixed martial arts.
Yes my traffic typically falls by around 20-30% on weekends, my biggest days are almost always tuesday, wednesday, thursday. Although I find that my earnings do not suffer too much on weekends, certainly not as much as my traffic.
My traffic is usually up on the weekend, but during the week it's up, of course there are fluctuations like any site, but generally they are the same, but I do have a good few art hubs, so maybe some people do hobbies like that anytime, so traffic is always high!
Every single one of my websites has a drop on the weekends. In fact, the high volume for them seems to be 9AM EST through 5PM PST. I think it is people at work or school surfing the web. Late night and weekends have fewer people.
Hey, guys.My own site's still got a lot of work before it goes live, but I'm trying to figure out a few things. I'm considering the idea of adding new content daily, but only on weekdays.So far, I only have my HP...
I myself work just about every day. Working at home every day is the same. In fact normally if I do something fun I do it during the week so there is less traffic and crowds. But I always spend at least a few hours...
I understand that on weekends people aren't sitting in front of their computers as much, so there are less searches and less hub views, but why does taffic to hubs dlow down on friday? Are that many people working...