When hubpages is most active?
I mean at which part of the day it has most visitors online. It would be nice if someone could point approximate time interval and time zone.
This all depends on a variety of factors, but for me, I personally find that I get the most traffic, in the terms of visitors around mid-week. In other words around a Wednesday, or a Thursday. But than again this could vary with a lot of other different factors. Some people are more active readers, as well as writers during the wee hours of the morning. And there are others who prefer mid-afternoon, or reading articles and composing them in the early evening. Occasionally I get some good traffic coming in during the beginning part of the weekend as well. I really do not believe that time zone has anything to do with the views, because if people are searching for the particular article niches you write about, than they will eventually hone in and find your article sooner or later. I hope this tid bit of information helps clarify your answer somewhat.
Jlbowden, I aksed not for the part of the week, but the part of the day. I know that most visitors are around mid-week. I am interested when they are most active during the day? In the morning, afternoon, evening or night. And the time zone is needed so that i can compare to my own as I am living in Europe.
I believe Johnathan has some good advice for helping you out with your prior question. So if you do not have google analytics configured, than I suggest you do so at this time. It is a useful tool that will help answer your questions.
Well, analytics will not help me, because i have low traffic to my hubs and it will not give me any reasonable statistics about all the hubpages. I am talking about this website in general.
I find it's active of an evening, as like most people we simply don't have the time during the day for our writing and indeed writing. To be specific though, most of the traffic happens around mid week ( Wednesday through to Saturday). Hope this helps!
google analytics is a wonderful device, however, because hupages.com is (nearly) worldwide, i cannot give an exact answer...
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