What does the red upward indicator in hubstat actually mean?
Does it mean that traffic is rising for that particular hub and people found the hub from different locations of the world using search phrases?
Does it mean that people who found that hub are navigating through other hubs and thereby increasing traffic to hubpages in general?
The red arrow next to a hub on your account page, indicates traffic to your hub is currently rising.
If you look at the very bottom of your account page, you will see an explanation for every symbol used & a simple description as well.
It simply says that traffic to that particular hub is increasing for the time being, not for ever. It may not be of much importance, as the next day you may witness traffic falling. The main use of the arrow may be to spontaneously find which hubs received good traffic as compared to previous day. You can see the figures without those arrows as well.
by WorkAtHomeMums 7 years ago
What does two upward arrows mean on a hub?One means traffic rising! Two means? I've won lotto?
by Rochelle Frank 6 years ago
At least it is an interesting statistic.OK, I've been here long enough to know there are ups and downs (and I know this is a summer weekend). It will probably shake out to a better percentage later. I'm not stressing over it. I didn't join for the money in the first place, but the rewards--...
by Ryan Hupfer 10 years ago
I love seeing these...don't you?
by PaulStaley1 8 years ago
Do page hits reflect good writing or are comments a far better indicator?I get a lot of hits but I can't tell if people are really reading because feedback is low---how can I encourage comments without being pushy? And when does the hubpage duration tool kick in?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 7 years ago
Can veteran hubbers who are getting huge influx of external traffic from search engine hits suggest ways to get high searches for their hubs and more traffic? Also, please write how, how often and whether the updated hub should be shared again with followers or on the social networking sites on...
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 7 years ago
Are comments a reliable indicator of success of a hub?Do comments received represent how successful a hub is? Is it a good and reliable indicator of a successful hub? When is it a good indicator? I just think that there might be a relationship between the comments and success (as measured by level...
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