I was checking my account stats where I saw 2 high traffic signs on a single article, I mean 2 red arrows heading up, what does it mean? Is it a glitch or it means something different?
The red triangle means that your traffic is increasing. The round red like a lamp with two white eyes, means a violation. If you scroll right down to the bottom, you will see all the signs and their meanings.
Yes Manatita, I know about the signs and their meanings but this sign is different there are two red triangle heading up.. like the traffic rising sign.. but why two.. does it mean something new? Or a very high traffic
I would only guess that you are moving up the ladder faster. But you should re-check that. Salaam!
Wasalam manatita, I rechecked as you asked still I can see two arrows from 3 different devices.
stay happy and blessed
I think you were away for your HBD today but I really missed your sweet thoughts.
I hope you enjoyed your day well.
Wa Rahmatullahi, wa barakatuhu!
I read your article completely! I m a God-seeker and a Disciple of Sri Chinmoy. Some articles I read, but don't comment on. I do not even like reading certain books!
Nothing wrong with them, just that after 38 years of meditating some 4 - 7 hours a day, my soul is sometimes so elevated, that I prefer hearing about devotion, or more meaning to life.
I actually like you quite a lot! But when one is used to the writings of Sri Ramana Maharshi, Sri Ramakrisna, the Buddha and of course my own Master, sometimes I hesitate with other writings.
It is not wilfull, just that the inner Pilot wants something else for food. Rest assured I read your work.
P.s My role here is really one of service. I try to share my inner realisations, my spiritual experiences, in a poetic way. I try to reach the spiritual Heart and soul this way.
A larger than normal upwards trend in traffic. There was a Google update on 8th Feb., so maybe one of your articles was lucky enough to benefit. If you haven't done so already, it would be worth setting up Google Analytics so that you can examine traffic trends and check out all the different details about where its coming from.
oh, okay thank you so much eugbug
This might help. It's a guide in the Learning Centre showing how to setup GA.
https://hubpageshelp.com/money/Learning … -analytics
Aw, thank you, eugbug, I already have activated GA, but it doesn't show stats alone for that particular article
If you select Behavior - Site Content - All Pages from "Reports" in the left side panel, you can check stats for each article and pick a date range. It's easier also to use GA on a computer than a mobile device
It's not a glitch. It's a perfectly normal indication that your traffic is increasing fast on that hub.
One red triangle is a good thing. Two red triangles is even better.
Double red triangles is the best symbol(s) possible. It is a single red triangle in numbers.
Thought the HP software that dishes out the triangles seems to measure traffic increases proportionally. So I often seem to get the triangles on articles that have maybe got gone from, say 3 views/day to 12 views/day, which is a leap proportionally, but not much actually.
Yes. That's it. You can have an article go from a low number to a slightly higher number and get a triangle/s. Yet you can have one increase by a couple of hundred and no triangles.
I don't really put much stock in triangles or hubscores. Daily earnings is how I measure how well my hubs are doing
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