has anyone else taken a hiatus from writing only to notice that their traffic has stayed the same or even *gasp* increased?
and do you EVER take hubbing breaks?
i'm very cyclical, its a necessary evil.
I travel several times per year, usually having zero internet access while I'm camping in remote areas for several weeks at a time.
This has zero detrimental effects on my Hubs or earnings.
I'm not dependent on HP for income, so it's just a part time thing for me. On the other hand, my real life work involves a lot of my time, along with traveling to different countries to gather material for writing, so I end up being away for weeks at times. If you keep getting steady external traffic, then the hubscores remain high, even if you're not active on the site.
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