I have a sea of red arrows today
It was a rough weekend that came to pass, but things are looking brighter.
It sure was, just another one to put behind one.
The Next and Previous group hub feature is back.
They are now, but I still have a load of red arrows.
Google stats are looking good and I still have a smattering of red arrows.
I am glad the Next and Previous feature is back, too but I still have a lot of blue arrows. I hope it will get better soon.
My views are down and I have a lot of blue arrows.
I don't like it. The new layout is subtlety different and just uncomfortable.
My views are still shyte ... AND just as an added bonus I got two (!) "your content may have been stolen" warnings today... Pfffft. I should've just stayed in bed.
From quantcast, looks like a surge in female mobile viewers. Royal baby anyone?
Google kicking us right in the traffic made national news,
Four years ago we got about half the traffic wiped by Panda, a lot of us were here to experience that, but what I personally didn't know was that HubPages nearly folded at that time. To have that level of severity disclosed to an external news source casts a different light on the current situation from my point of view.
by Darrin Perez 8 years ago
As per subject title. This is insane. Sometimes I don't even know why I bother on HubPages anymore. Nothing I do seems to work for more than a week. Not the easiest time at a personal level either. Still, I have a goal to meet, in terms of hubs. After that, however, who knows?
by Mark Johann 8 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 Loraine Brummer 6 years ago
Today I have S(tats)P(age)D(epression) in a big way. Thirty-seven down arrows. Three up arrows. I’m trying to figure out how to handle this low blow to my ego. Why, oh why, couldn’t the stats get stuck on the up numbers instead of the down ones. Google analytics...
by Emily Tack 6 years ago
Hope this forum is where my post belongs. I simply wanted to comment, that the red and blue arrows, indicative of our traffic, made me laugh this morning. Two hubs that I published on the 5th, have arrows pointing down, for a decrease in traffic. I am still grinning - how can they indicate a...
by Heidi 9 years ago
Are HP views and revenues still low or have they increased?Since Google changed its algorithm a few weeks ago, has anyone's views or revenue returned to previous levels?
by Dan Harmon 9 years ago
I don't get it. Every day, every single day, I have a virtual sea of blue arrows on my hubs. Right now, I show 22 blue arrows and 2 red ones. Almost all on the bottom hubs - those hubs getting 5 or less views per day.This has been going on for months now - every day nearly 20% of...
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