How many visits does a hub have to get before it gets one or two of those cute little red triangles beside the title? Does anyone know?
I don't think there's a set amount - I think it's a percentage of total hits - I've had hubs with 3 hits getting a double arrow...
*wow* I answered this 40 seconds after it was posted! I'm not really sitting on my computer hitting refresh every 10 seconds honest!
Odd indeed. I get those little red guys regularly but it appears my views on those hubs haven't increased all that much. beats me????
don't have a clue but they sure are "purty", especially if ya get two or three beside the same hub at the same time. but then there are those pesky little blue ones...........
I assume they use averages over a one day period. If you had no pageviews and all of a sudden you get 4 views, you'll see them arrows start appearing.
I have one of those arrows that has just appeared on one of my hubs but the visits on mine are 35 it may be different for you I honestly dont know.
Woo-hoo I'm getting loads of the double red arrows since I started posting links on reddit.com!!!
I think you get the arrows when you have an increase in traffic flow to a hub that is not a brand new hub. I usually have 3-6 hubs with one or two arrows and they are my hubs that have been posted awhile and had the usual high amount of hits that a new hub tends to get-then the traffic begins to fall and eventually starts to stay steady with the amount of hits it receives (or goes to no views) and then; when the hub has an increase above the 'normal' amount of views for that particular hub-I get arrows. Not too sure if I am correct, but that is what I notice with mine???
I've noticed that if a hub gets more then 15 views in a week, I get a cute little red triangle :3
I do get alot of those little blue arrows pointing down though. Is that good???
yeah, they come and go... I wondered if it also has to do with getting rated up?
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