The arrows show whether traffic on a hub is going up or down.
Just because you have a lot of red arrows doesn't necessarily mean your impressions will go up, however.
I have a mixture, but there seems to be more blue than red. I'm not sure that I understand the value of the indicators.
Red means traffic is going up, blue means it's going down. There's a key at the bottom of your account page.
Those red and blue arrows have nothing to do with impressions, they are just a "rough" indication of traffic.
And if you've had a hub with zero visitors for a while and suddenly you get two or three, that can trigger a red triangle.
If you want to know more about your Hub traffic trends, you can take a look at the Hub metrics, but for the more hardcore traffic data, you need to use Analytics.
by Person of Interest 8 years ago
Oh, well…Anyone else?Edit: I probaly put this in the wrong forum.Am serious. Anyone else a blue arrow day today?
by Mark Ewbie 6 years ago
We can't keep on dropping for ever surely?Therefore there should come a time when perhap one lucky HP writer gets a red arrow.Post and feel the envy of your fellow sufferers. I mean writers.
by Demas W Jasper 7 years ago
The blue (falling) and red (rising) arrows which show on My Statistics pages seem to be overly sensitive. What does it take to cause such changes?
by Sam Graham 6 years ago
Why do only certain hubs show red or blue arrows next to them?Does anyone know why only some hubs show up with the red or blue arrows that indicate the flow or traffic?
by Holle Abee 5 years ago
I'll bet I have the most blue arrows of any hubber!Of 1,064 hubs, I have 174 blue arrows and just 20 red arrows. C'mon', play along and have some fun! (What? You don't think this is FUN??)
by aniketgore 9 years ago
I am getting 14 down blue arrows for my 33 hubs. What about you?
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