Does everyone else have bad hub traffic on Mondays?
My Monday traffic is usually about 50% of what my traffic is on a weekend day.
Haven't noticed that. My Monday traffic seems to be about the same as the rest of the weekdays. Weekends are always lower.
For HubPages as a whole, Monday's are typically the largest traffic day of the week, but there are certain Hubbers that get more on the weekends, at night and other off peak times depending on what they right about. If the weekends are your high time, it's likely your content appeals to weekend surfers which is a little atypical.
Sunday is my worst day. This particular monday was slower than normal for me.
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