Why does traffic crash at the weekend? Surely this is when more people can go online...?
I've noticed my Facebook traffic - people commenting and liking my posts - goes down on the weekend. I suspect a lot of people are sitting at work in front of their computer surfing the internet and reading HubPages and Facebook. Then on the weekend they are away from the computer or just have something else fun to do besides play online.
That's what I thought too Betty! Kinda scary how many people are on social networks on the pc's at work!
Its not that scary. Every new phone on earth can connect to facebook and other social media. So why be scared?
by Raitu Disong 5 years ago
What is your favorite day of the week? and why?
by leakeem 6 years ago
My traffic just crashed! Is anyone experiencing the same? Is there anything I can or should do? What's up? Is google trying another apocalyptic algorithm? did HP change something?Heeeelp!
by Richieb799 8 years ago
Does anyone else suffer from drop in traffic on weekend? I think its because most people are off work and go out shopping and socialising more..sorry this question may have been asked before
by TonyBooth 8 years ago
I took the hubpage challenge and completed it. 30 hubs in less than 30 days (just). My hubs are doing okay with almost 300 views and averaging about 15 a day, but no recorded onward orders. I have google adsense and amazon accounts and all my hubs have ads highly positioned. But, despite all that,...
by Kris 2 years ago
Why do you think we are seeing more and more people turning to ancient religions?The modern world is seeing more and more people return to pagan and religions and a belief that herbal remedies and spells are best medical practice. In addition many younger Christians are leaving contemporary...
by Maria Janta-Cooper 5 years ago
Is there still life on HubPages?My views dropped by 90 %, almost none new hubs written by my friends Hubbers, activity close to absolute zero ... Is this normal???
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