Sometimes. Any day can be slow, especially weekends and holidays. When the weather is nice and everyone is enjoying the outdoors or a recreational trip it can be slow as well.
Don't give the time, or the day too much thought. The most important thing for anyone is to just keep learning, writing and improving your hubs.
Thank you for responding, Rochelle. Good common sense advice.
As far as traffic to your hubs the slowest days are weekends and holidays. Monday is usually a good day but this can vary from time to time.
I find the slowest day is Sunday. It has the fewest comments to hubs, forums, questions etc. There also seems to be a smaller number of hubs published, at least with the hubbers and the topics that I'm following.
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