I got my first double red arrow hub! That's so cool. Is there such a thing as a triple arrow? Does this mean I'll be seeing a blue arrow after the surge?
I've never seen a triple arrow before but that doesn't necessarily mean they don't exist.
It depends on the source of the traffic. If the burst of traffic is from a social network like twitter or facebook it might soon die down. If the traffic is from Google it could be the new norm.
Check the source you'll have a better idea what to expect.
Thanks. I'm pretty sure it is from Facebook, but I'll check.
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