I was told Wednesday/Thursday were the top selling days of the week. It was reflected in my stats, usually Thursday being the best day of the week. Lately I’ve seen a weird change, it appears that Tuesday is now the biggest sales day of the week. Can anyone else confirm a change in their stats. It has been 5 weeks in a row (maybe more) I’ve seen this same thing.
This is what my sales have looked like lately.
It’s slightly skewed because yesterday was Tuesday, so the rest of the week hasn’t been counted yet, but this is a graph of the last 30 days so it’s pretty accurate to the trend.
Anyone else seeing something like this?
My data is not as yours. In last 3 months it was without Wednesday/Thursday rule. I didn’t want to look more than 3 monts back.
Yep, I’m getting the same kind of sales behaviour, very very similar to the graph you’ve posted actually
Historically, Wednesday was always a popular day for buyers to purchase items. There might be some truth to what you’ve observed, Andy, Tuesday could be the new Wednesday. To be honest though, I just took a quick look through sales data for TF over the past few months and sales are extremely consistent with minor fluctuation from Tuesday through Friday so authors should be encouraged that there’s plenty of activity throughout the entire week.
alright, this is some good info to know
gonna try upload my files during Sunday/Monday from now on
@Parallelus Which App do you use to get daily analytics?
I remember the peak day varying between Tuesday – Wednesday – Thursday. No wonder.
@IngeniousArtist, as you know the day of approval / rejections are unpredictable, it doesn’t matter which day we upload
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