I continuously observing my traffic trend every day.... At the end of every week traffic began to decline and then from Monday onwards it become normal... why this is so ? Do you experience the same? Any idea ?
I don't know why this happens, but it's the normal pattern.
This is an internet-wide pattern. It may not effect every single hubber but it does affect hubpages traffic as a whole very clearly.
Some people have better things to do with their weekends than just surfing the internet.......................
I think hubs with general topics suffer the same. But hubs related to holy days, weekends etc will earn much views during week ends as mentioned by relache
According to the reading I've done, that pattern results because people are more likely to check their various feeds on Monday mornings at work, or at home when their kids go to school. Weekends are usually busy enough to keep them away from the computer.
Traffic peters out as the week goes on, because they get more engrossed in their work and want to get everything done by the time the weekend rolls around.
It's an interesting bit of human behavior.
It should be the other way round. I observe rise in my number of visitors on weekends.
It seems to be the same way for me. Stronger traffic in the beginning of the week, then it declines.
It starts going down on Fridays here in Oz. And perks up by Sunday afternoon...
by OregonWino 9 years ago
DO any of you old-timers have an idea on the swings in traffic from weekends to weekdays? A general ratio or percentage differene in your experience?THANK YOU!!
by William 4 years ago
Which day of the week brings the most views?
by John Coviello 5 years ago
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 a four day week, or is there some other reason. Any tips on how to boost...
by Amie Butchko 4 years ago
Has anyone noticed if there are certain days of the week where traffic seems higher?I seem to remember reading at one point that people surf the net more on Tuesdays? I am wondering if perhaps hubbers read more on a certain day of the week, too. Has anyone noticed a consistency in...
by David Livermore 5 years ago
What day of the week does traffic to your hubs drop?I watch my traffic daily, multiple times a day. I always notice my traffic drop starting Friday, then pick back up on Monday. I always thought it would climb over the weekend. Is it the same for you? Or do you see certain...
by Paul Goodman 7 years ago
Is it just me, or does everybody's traffic dip drastically at the weekends (esp Sunday)?My traffic recovers again. But the weekend dip seems like a pattern. I guess it fits with my theory that most people access the internet at work or school?
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