My traffic is the highest ever, red arrows abound! While I think this is awesome (if it's real), I'm wondering if it is some reporting error? How is everyone's traffic doing?
I just looked at my account page and thought "blinking heck - that picked up quickly!"
Turns out I was looking in the comments column...
Yes. I noticed that my top rated hub has 10 times the views I would normally expect, and 2 others show higher activity. The rest seem to be normal.
Whatever I'm seeing can't entirely be a glitch because I've had a bigger than average day of AdSense earnings, and that tends to happen when I have an upswing in traffic.
AW Shucks! I thought I had just hit the mother load. I guess it probably is a glitch, because the last time this happened to me it was a glitch, they fixed it and it all went away
Some of my hubs show unusually high traffic, but most are in the norm. Possibly at least some processing glitch involved. Usually the staff updates on these at some point.
I am not convinced this is a glitch, My google reports are also showing large increase in traffic, I also submitted several posts to various places promoting a few of my hubs as well as a couple others and the ones I promoted of my own are the ones seeing the giant rise in traffic.
Having second thoughts too... some parameters indeed match the surge.
I'm thinking it's a glitch. '50-things-Id-like-to-do-before-Im-50' went from 3 hits on google in 6 days to 37 hits on google in 7 days!
Now I highly doubt that I'd get that much increase even if I got a higher ranking!
While Google Analytics does seem to see a little surge in hits, I'm only seeing 7 hits in the last two days for this hub.....
Come on guys, say it aint a glitch! My traffic has been so low the past 1-2 weeks all those red arrows and double red arrows were really cheering me up
I really gotta write MORE hubs, so that I always have something increasing in traffic and decreasing too. The more hubs the wider a range of traffic trends to hit on that will compensate for drops in other trends.
Here is to there being no glitch!
I don't think it's a glitch. I've seen a rise in google traffic and my adsense and analytics corroborate that story. there's a little wishful thinking involved here to...but hey. let's keep monitoring it. maybe google likes hubs all of a sudden. a rising tide?
I was up yesterday too. I had done a little marketing and was impressed with the results.
by mommyfreelancer 8 years ago
May just be a glitch, but I'm seeing double red arrows in one of my hubs. Had me laughing for a while, thought I'd see 5 digits of traffic for this exaggerated icon. Sadly, not, but there was an increase.Does this really happen?
by Lorelei Cohen 3 years ago
I am watching a drastic drop in traffic figures across all my accounts so figure this must be another glitch. Anyone else seeing a free fall in traffic stats?
by Susana Serer 8 years ago
Wow! Something amazing has happened over night! Nearly all my hubs have red up arrows next to them. Ones that were getting 200 views a day have gone up to 700 views. My normal range of page views in a day for all my hubs is around 800, now the figure is 2,400! I'm very happy about this but is it a...
by Writer Fox 3 years ago
For the past couple of days, it's been reported that Google was on the move again.My stats (which were decent to begin with) show that my traffic just doubled! Happy days are here again. Is that happening to you as well? (Please tell me that this isn't an HP Stats glitch!!!!)Here are two...
by Emily Tack 3 years ago
Without being specific, my earnings increased tenfold, overnight. Is that a glitch in the system, or is everyone seeing that? It certainly looks like a glitch to me, but thought I would find out first, if that is happening to other Hubbers.
by Melissa Flagg OSC 5 years ago
I just checked my traffic sources page and this is what I saw:Anyone else seeing this? It's a bit unnerving lol all the numbers at the top are completely absurd and are negative.
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