Do the blue and red triangle on our stats page indicate traffic to those hubs?
Or do they indicate the general traffic through tag searches and search engine date?
They indicate traffic to the specific hubs that the arrows are featured on within a 24 hour time span, I believe.
yes they indicate wether or not the average traffic to you page increases or decreases per day.
Hello davenmidtown, the triangles give an indication of increasing or decreasing traffic to a particular hub.
The red triangle points to increasing traffic, a blue triangle indicates decreasing traffic.
They indicate relative increases to the hub itself and not whether the hub is being recorded in search engine pages.
I have found that traffic generally increases if the hub is highlighted in a particular hub topic front page. So for instance if I have an increase in a hub on blindness, and I look to the visual disorder page often one of my hubs may be being highlighted.
Hope this helps.
Thank you all. I asked the question because I see these triangles but do not see any increase in hub views. Sometimes a hub will rise as much as 10 hub score points with a red triangle but the total views ever number never changes. SEO works off of key word searches so it would also make sense that those blue and red triangle may be affected by key word searches or tags... I think if I saw traffic to a specific hub with a triangle indicator it would make more sense... but some hubs have no traffic and yet they have a red triangle.... comments? PS... This is the only response I can make to this set of questions...
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