My article views are dropping what should I do to keep the traffic on the article.
HubPages is an American site with mainly American readers. Here in the US, it is our biggest holiday of the year, Christmas, when many families gather (even in an pandemic). People are celebrating and enjoying family time, not reading articles on the internet. Our next big holiday is New Years Eve/New Years day.
It is normal for traffic to drop during this holiday season at the end of December. It will pick up again in January. Be patient and keep writing.
Traffic always drops or picks up, it depends on different external factors (political events, holidays etc.). The best thing is keep writing on hot topics.
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