So my article "RWBY: Rooster Teeth Magical Girls" got two red triangles meaning rising traffic. What do the two triangles mean? More people using my newly inserted ads or just more readers? Will I get more money out of this?
It means that hub is experiencing an increase in views, which could translate into more money from the ads, or sales. Here's hoping, cheers!
It is really a measure of "activity," not necessarily in quantity but just that views are coming in after a lull. I used to get really excited about red arrows until I realized that they are not that simple to interpret or translate into significant increases in views or money. But it's good to see that somebody's reading your hubs.
It just means that more people (probably outsiders) are looking at it, not necessarily reading the entire Hub.
I get the triangles, especially on my Health and Safety Hubs and there generally there first thing in the morning, normally gone by lunch time though.
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