Hub stats has not one, but 2 red triangles, what does this mean?
Alright I know the blue triangle/arrow means traffic is dropping, and the red ones mean traffic has increased, but what does two red ? mean?
Also, what is the time frame used to determine if traffic has increased or decreased?
This simply means that traffic is increasing rapidly. It's a good thing!
This is a good thing: It means that you'r getting more than the average number of page views on an article.
It means traffic is steady. This is good news. I'm not sure about the time frame, but you can check out your traffic for each hub and find where it is coming from. Much will come right from Hub Pages, while other views will come from Google or other search engines. You will even know how many on your social network sites are reading your stuff.
Congratulations! That means your traffic has increased beyond the standard red triangle. Your hub has gone above and beyond what was anticipated.
Here's an answer I wrote in this question a while back which will help you: http://bac2basics.hubpages.com/question … ewildered-
It's based on a 24 hour period.
if two rectangles showing up means your hub has more viewers than yesterday, double or triple. Yes, blue arrow means less viewers compare to yesterday,
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