Hi! I have had only 1 red triangle against those hubs that had gain in traffic. Right now, I saw two red triangles against one of my hubs. What does it mean? Has anyone experienced something like this? Is it a bug or is it a good thing?
Please check the image I have included below.
It's a good thing, it means the traffic is really going up.
Thank you for commenting calculus-geometry. ☺
The views were 2 or 3 in the morning, now they are 9. I had posted a new hub yesterday, though the traffic is rising, they haven't put a red triangle next to it. I don't understand this sometimes.
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