My highest scoring hub page has the little blue down arrow indicating the traffic is going down, funny thing is that the score has been going up each time I go to have a look. I am scratching my head wondering how that happens?
Mine does the same thing, wonder why or hopefully we can find out why from our friends...great question
Your hub score goes up as a result of readers rating you up.
Your blue arrow relates to the decrease of current number of readers measured over the most recent higher number of readers.
How to stop that happening & thus not worrying about it... It's Best Not to look
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