Well, I may as well join in. My viewer stats for the past year for Stone Burners:
July 2015: 2065
June, as of the 12th: 798
Here is a more detailed spreadsheet, with views and wordcounts over the last three years, that I promise is not full of viruses: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hf5vismudjspvqe/Stats.xlsx?dl=0
A couple things to note:
1. I saw a large dip beginning in March of 2014, I moved from two updates a week to one. While I would love to do two per week, I am super slow. While my views took a hit, the quality of my writing didn't, so I regret nothing. However, this should be a fairly obvious lesson for everyone else.
2. Big spike in view in December, 2014. Me, and a ton of other serials, got mentioned on Bato.to, which as far as I know, is some big anime/manga forum thing.
3. Massive drop off from June to July, 2015. I'd been slowly building and building since that Bato link, and an April Fools post on Drew Hayes' (thanks again!) site really helped. Then I stopped updating for May (I'll get to that in a moment) and July. The July stop was due to an intense summer class my major required me to take.
4. I have a bad habit of just straight up not updating in May. Coupled with my senior year kicking me in the teeth in general, my updating got spotty. As such, my viewer-ness/view-ocity/whatever stayed pretty static after September, 2015. I'm just gonna quote Wilbow here, "Consistency is key." In hindsight, maybe not an exact quote, but you get the drift.
5. Big jump this March and April. I finally got consistent for a bit, the stars aligned, and Drew Hayes (again, thanks!) let me do a guest post on his site in April. My whole "fuck May" thing killed that jump, though.
6. If you're looking at the spreadsheet, the third graph on the Updates sheet was an attempt to correlate views and update length. It doesn't really work, there are too many other factors. There are big jumps in views, usually the last update before a break. It stays on the front page for an extra week to a month, so it gets a ton of views. Also, in general, the longer an update is around, the more views it gets, plain and simple. In hindsight, I should have done "how many views in the first week" on the Y axis, but I don't have access to that data. I'll do that next serial.
I hope this helps/is informative.