Any one who experiences rise in traffic over the weekend?
Most of the times, hubbers experience a relatively low traffic over the weekend. Are you an exception, meaning that your traffic goes up?
i am not an exception. My traffic goes down on the weekend. The worst day is Saturday.
Not me sadly, I always get a massive drop over the weekend. My daily hits fall anywhere from 50% to 80% every weekend. Would love to know how to reduce the fall off if anyone has any tips.
I also experience a drop on weekends only to have the traffic shooting rapidly beggining monday.
Hey Robbie, have you tried tweeting/Pinterest/other social media on the weekends? If you haven't, give it a shot. I'll follow you on Pinterest and repin to try and help you out if you like
Hi Peachpower, any help would be gratefully received. I have just joined Stumbleupon, lets see if that generates any traffic.
I have noticed increases in traffic on Sundays. I believe it has something to do with the type of hubs I write, informational and sales oriented.
Strange, I would've thought everyone's traffic would increase on the weekends, since most people work week days and have more time to surf the web on the weekends.
My traffic is so random, there's just no pattern. After panda, I lost nearly all of it. Then a few months ago, it all came back. For one month. Died again. A month later, came back. Died again.
Right now, Saturday, it's about triple the usual, but still far below what it used to be. Wish I knew why it's been so 'all over the place'.
Good question, I'll be watching for other hubbers replies!
I have noticed that my traffic seems to slightly drop on Saturdays, but usually is back to normal (or higher on Sunday's). It would probably help if some of your hubs were on topics that are more likely to be searched on the weekends like "Best Local Movie Theaters" or "Hot Date Ideas"
My traffic typically drops on weekends. This makes perfect sense to me. While people are off on weekends, they are also busy. It's when they are at work that they hit the internet. Many people spend hours a day at their jobs searching the web. When they come home at night, they are tired and read to sit in front of the computer. But on weekends - they have stuff to do!!
My traffic seems to be peak on Thursdays, going down on Fridays as people gear up for the weekend. It starts to go back up on Sunday, when people are starting to gear up for the work week.
This weekend was an exception as I had exceptionally high volume on Saturday. I'm not sure why.
by John Coviello 4 years ago
Not sure exactly why, but nowadays my weekend traffic to Hubs does better than weekday traffic. Has anyone else seen this? Perhaps people are sitting on beaches during the weekends looking for something to read?
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 Susannah Birch 21 months ago
Just a reminder - traffic often drops over this weekend. So if you see a big plummet, it's just all the people going away from their computer and into the real world
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
Mine almost always is. Once in a while, I'll have a $20 or $25 Saturday or Sunday, but otherwise, my weekend traffic and earnings are lower than they are during the week. How about you?
by John Coviello 5 years ago
I understand that on weekends people aren't sitting in front of their computers as much, so there are less searches and less hub views, but why does taffic to hubs dlow down on friday? Are that many people working a four day week, or is there some other reason. Any tips on how to boost...
by girly_girl09 9 years ago
Wow....this weekend has been so slow. No amazon sales and only a few bucks from adsense. My traffic is down about 35%. Before this weekend, I had very steady traffic that rarely fluctuated (except on and around the 4th). Luckily, I had some high earning days earlier on the month so I'm still on...
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