It means traffic to that particular Hub is falling.
...which seems pretty self explanatory to me... just sayin'
In your account section, you'll see the list of your hubs and the number of views broken down for different periods of time. If the number of views is dropping consistently over a period of several days, the blue arrow will appear. It's a visual cue representing the numbers. If the views go up consistently over a period of days, you'll see a red arrow.
It simply means that the traffic to that particular hub has fallen a bit. This is nothing to worry about. It normally happens to hubs that have done well and drop off a bit.
by TylerSteele5 years ago
Why do pretty much all my hubs have the little blue "traffic falling" icon all of a sudden?
by Melanie Shebel8 years ago
I have blue triangles by a few of my hubs and I am wondering what they mean.For example this one:http://hubpages.com/hub/Meta-Data-for-SEO
by vespawoolf2 years ago
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by Jeremy n Michelle3 years ago
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by Jeanne Rene3 years ago
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by David Stillwell6 years ago
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?
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