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Which are the Most Busy Days on Internet

Which are the Most Busy Days on Internet. Getting an accurate answer for this questions is quite difficult, especially if we consider country to country and during different seasons of the year. Many people have done a lot of studies on this and have found Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the most busiest day.

Why This is Important
Lets say if you are writing an article and posting it on Friday, then you will not get that much traffic but if you post the article on a busy day like Monday or Tuesday this will maximize the number of potential readers, also will increase chances of receiving backlinks and appearing on social bookmarking sites.

Some Examples:
If you are sitting in India working for US website, then bookmarking articles or posting new articles won’t work in a Indian day time. Reson being, the US has a different time zone and it would be night over there and there would be no traffic. So the activities which you have done in the Indian Day time won’t give any US Visits. But if you do the same activities at 7 or 8 clock in the in the night (Indian Time) that will work for you in bringing visitors because day starts over there.

Most of US & UK people browse Internet on Weekdays like Mon, Tue and Wed. Very few people over there touch their pc’s or Laptops on weekends.

Its the Opposite for India. Most of the Indian traffic browses on Weekends. So keep these factors in mind while doing bookmarking activities or submitting new posts or articles.

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