Is December the official do not read hubs month or ???
I have not been here for a year yet and am still trying to find the trends... readership is off by 600 views per week right now... is that normal? My Google traffic is fine if not improving.
It varies depending on any number of factors, but yes, a somewhat lower view count during the holiday season is not unusual.
This is my fourth December with HubPages. Two of the years, my traffic was down for the month...but for the other two years, it held steady.
I'm finding it to be do-not-comment month. I'm seeing good traffic, up a bit, but nobody is commenting. Either there are less hubbers visiting my hubs (and more search traffic) or nobody wants to comment. :'( Same with the tail end of November, one day I didn't receive a single comment.
Best of luck on your traffic. I find February to be the low month for me.
Both of you have a lot of followers... so basically its going to be a slow month for those of us who do not have a lot of followers yet.... hmmm ... well I guess I can focus on improving google in the meantime... Thank you.
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