A double up--- makes one wonder, though. Are people planning their Halloween costumes in March?
I know I am. Since I always put mine together from scratch (either collecting pieces or actually making them), it always takes quite a while. None of them store-bought generic costumes for Miss Mads!
Halloween weddings might take this long a time planning.
Just out of curiosity, why red for those arrows? Why not green. And make the down arrows red?
I don't know. I always wait until the last minute to plan my costume, and I always say, next year, I will start earlier. Well, this year, I did! I already know what I am going to be for Halloween, so who knows. Maybe it's not too early. I bet it's a better time to find a good deal online for a costume, or parts to make one.
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts 11 years ago
Hi - just noticed on my hub statistics page to the right of 1 hub name I have 2 little red triangles and next to another 1 triangle - I cant click the triangles - I cant see anything unusual in the stats for those hubs- what does it mean? Is it good?
by Gable Rhoads 6 years ago
Don't you hate those blue triangles?I know my views are going down. Don't rub it in!
by Mark Johann 6 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 Cynthia 7 years ago
Anyone else have lots of downward pointing blue arrows for your hubs on the account page?My hits have drastically taken a dive this past weekend.
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 5 years ago
Anyone else experiencing a sudden increase in daily views over the last few days?
by dappledesigns 7 years ago
What does double red arrows pointing up mean in you account traffic?I know that one arrow means traffic rising - but I don't see anything in the key for 2 arrows.
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