Do we have any control regarding prevention of a Hub going from a red triangle to a blue triangle? Does a Hub high rating depend primarily on reader demand?
a) Keep sending the hub traffic, or...
b) Don't worry about it. Traffic can fluctuate. It's just indicators to give you some visual clues as to what's heating up and what's slowing down.
The triangles are meant to indicate short-term traffic fluctuations, and shouldn't be something you fret about.
HubScores are based on a variety of factors, but the precise formula is unknown. From my experience, high-scoring Hubs hit "all the right notes" for a lot of things, not just reader demand.
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 Missy4 years ago
I am a complete newb to HP and when checking my stats today saw a little blue triangle next to one of my hubs, so I see this means traffic has dropped, but can i get penalised for it? Or will the hub stop being...
by 2patricias7 years ago
Just checked the account and we are having a blue triangle morning. Is it something we said? Why can't the HubPages genius team think of something consoling for these down days? A little note along the...
by enlight your soul6 years ago
In my status it is showing that Traffic rising and the sentences are red in color. I don't know what it is. Pls let me know. Thank you.
by Mark Johann4 years ago
It is my first time to have seen lots of red upward triangles to indicate good traffic on my hubs. Thank you Hubpages and Google.
by arthurchappell6 years ago
I like the little triangles indicating a hub page's traffic is getting more or fewer visitors, though not clear why it gets multiple triangles - some of my pages on my stats have two red triangles rather than just one -...
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