Simple Question - Do you find hub traffic drops during the summer?
It's interesting to watch the ebb and flow of hub traffic and since I am fairly new 2 months, I wondered if summer is a slower hub traffic period.
Just like the Neilsen ratings report lower tv viewership from the start of daylight savings time until the fall, the same applies to computer usage.
However, if you diversify your Hub topics, you can have some that are strong summer seasonal performers. I've hardly seen traffic drop this summer except to fall/winter seasonal Hubs, and that's to be expected.
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