Have you experience a sudden drop of 150 or more views per day suddenly?
How do you overcome that and increase the views then?
Actually -- yes. There are ups and downs throughout the year, and right now is a little crunch, I'm down about 20% on page views across the board.
Don't worry about it. Traffic is cyclical, and I noticed the same trend at the same time of year last year. It will climb again in a couple of weeks as people settle in after the holidays and start working and studying once more.
Stay strong and keep hubbing
Not yet...hoping to get it ahead,keep sending me suggestions to get a good traffic
thooghun is right, it's because of the school year and end of holidays. My hubs also dropped down in views by at least 30%, but people will come back. you just make sure that you write quality content and the rest will come to place!
Nicregi I am yet to get there to see that kind of drop in traffic.. ..
I was wondering if that kind of drop isn't too high... I am not so old around here.. so may be I am not right..
No help am I?
I just read the other answers, I think it may not be too bad after all... cheers
Views will drop significantly during peak vacation times and holiday weekends. They are also less during December when people are busy with the holidays.
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