I am noticing traffic on my hubs that wasn't occurring on Squidoo. The reporting here is better in my opinion. Anyway, I want to know about the little red triangles.
It says the red triangle is for improved traffic. So, when a page has one.....or two what is the difference? I have a few with 2 triangles and others with 1.
Gotta love those little triangles... I got my first double red triangle today too... so so interested in this one
It's calculated on percentages so hubs with very little traffic get many more up and down arrows than hubs that get lots.
E.g a hub that usually gets 5 hits per day suddenly gets 10 and that's a 100% increase - you'll get one red arrow. If that same hub gets 15 hits then that's a 200% increase and it'll show 2 red arrows.
One triangle means your traffic is increasing. Two triangles means it's increasing by quite a bit.
The first time I saw the red arrows, I figured it was some violation. Was happy to see it wasn't. The next day, though, went in and had a lot of those double red arrows. Still gave me a little start. You'll notice tomorrow and the next day, you'll have quite a few more.
Did they just add that to the legend? I looked for it there earlier and didn't see it.
I was wondering that myself...however I was wondering about my blue one. Egh.
by Frank P. Crane 7 years ago
I thought I understood the little blue and red triangles. But not so sure.Of my 36 hubs I currently have four with the nasty blue triangles alerting me that traffic is falling. Three of these show some activity today. But the other 32 hubs have no triangles at all. So what's that...
by Mark Johann 5 years ago
It is my first time to have seen lots of red upward triangles to indicate good traffic on my hubs. Thank you Hubpages and Google.
by Missy 6 years ago
I am a complete newb to HP and when checking my stats today saw a little blue triangle next to one of my hubs, so I see this means traffic has dropped, but can i get penalised for it? Or will the hub stop being featured?Im just unsure what it means?thanks
by Melanie Palen 9 years ago
I have blue triangles by a few of my hubs and I am wondering what they mean.For example this one:http://hubpages.com/hub/Meta-Data-for-SEO
by Spacey Gracey 8 years ago
Feeling random as on a concoction of pain killers so hanging out in forums instead of doing any proper work.I love watching the blue triangle, red triangle dance. Everything that was red triangle yesterday, is blue triangle today. And everything that was blue, is red. And tomorrow they will switch...
by nataliemarie71 8 years ago
Can someone please explain hub traffic statistics to me?I do not understand the different page views and the different triangles. I keep getting blue triangles next to 2 of my hubs and nothing on the other 2. On the one with a blue triangle it says my views are 92.
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