Am I the only one who never knew you could get TWO red triangles for rising traffic? Thanks Reddit!
Reddit confuses me! I keep trying to add stuff to that and stumbleUpon - at least I know how to post stuff on the former, I can't come anywhere near figuring out the latter. Reddit though keeps telling me I'm "doing that too much", when I haven't even successfully posted a link, and keeps telling me to wait longer. Or if I am trying to post a bunch of different links in too short of time it gets mad at me too. It sucks because I know it's a very useful tool!
ThompsonPen, I went through the same thing. Reddit does not allow you to post too many articles at once. Sometimes you have to confirm your email address before posting even one. Take it slow and go at their pace. It's frustrating, but it works!
by Zsuzsy Bee6 years ago
I received this in my email, and I thought it was good enough to share... 5 Things You Never Knew Your Cell Phone Could Do! For all the folks with cell phones. (This should be printed and kept in your car, purse, and...
by enlight your soul6 years ago
In my status it is showing that Traffic rising and the sentences are red in color. I don't know what it is. Pls let me know. Thank you.
by Mishael Austin Witty7 years ago
Anyone else having trouble with this? I've tried to post for the past few days, and I kept getting an Error 502 (not even sure what that is). Now, today, it's telling me I'm posting too much, try back in an hour. ??? I...
by Sakina Nasir16 months ago
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...
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