What days on Hubpages have the highest and lowest traffic on average?
From Monday thru Sunday, which day has the most overall traffic and what day has the least mean traffic on Hubpages.
It really depends on your hub topic and your audience. So it's impossible to know for sure which days have the best and least traffic for each hubber. For example, my best traffic day tends to be Monday, for two hubs in particular, because people deal with and search for those specific issues when the return to work on Monday morning. My worst day is Friday, frankly because no one cares much about searching for any type of info as the weekend approaches. I also see Thursday as a good day.
it depends on the country you live. Here day time has the worst traffic while night and midnight is the best because it is day time in USA
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