I need help. I want to know what is the criteria for showing traffic falling? My hub " If I could change my past" has been read by many of my friends in Hubpages and I have received comments from them too. Since yesterday I am seeing traffic falling sign for that hub. Why??
Don't worry about it too much Siva unless the hub becomes unfeature due to lack of engagement. otherwise they go up and down with red and blue arrows all the time. If that hub gets more views tomorrow than it did today it will probably have a red up arrow instead.
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