I know ▲ means a raise in traffic but what is meant with ▲▲? Almost all my hubs are marked with this sign recently. I am very afraid with what is happening. I think it is a sign of overly promotional content but why with my hub? Believe me, I did nothing wrong with these hub. How can I get rid of this?
▲ means a slight increase in traffic.
▲▲ Means a big increase in traffic.
So the more arrows - the better!
Alarmed about something good as that!! I wish I had it!!
Happy for you!
for the first time having something really pleasant in HP, so happpppppy
good morning saleheensblog
I have 4 hubs with 2 arrows right now, just seems odd as they are on older hubs, and usually I get this on one maybe two at best. Wondering if there is a slight glitch, if so, it will no doubt be fixed today
In the meantime should we celebrate?
The older a hub gets, the more traffic it receives.
Also, if someone linked to your hub in a prominent place (such as forum) you may get a spike in hits.
Click the hub and click stats to see where most of your views are coming from.
thanks Wrylit, I am aware of this option from last year and have looked at the stats, unfortunately they can't tell me what I want to know. but its all good
I've seen ▲▲ on a hub that had as little as 20 hits in a day. I guess that's a big increase from 1 or even 0, but it hardly means the hub is red hot.
Yes saleheensblog always good news when you see the 2 red arrows! Increased traffic couls mean increased earnings soon, well done !
DP Cooper, it's based on a percentage scale I believe. So going from 1 hit to 20 per day basically a 2000% increase in hits to the system.
Same as going from 50 hits to 150 in a day would be seen as a large % increase by the system.
However, if you repeatedly view your own low traffic page, you'll often get the arrows as well.
by Amy Naylor 4 years ago
It plagued one. And now another hub seems to have caught it.I'm seeing significant drops in traffic to a couple of my hubs. Maybe it's just because they're not new and intriguing any more, but I don't want that little blue icon to appear all over my stats. Help! What do I do?Any tips or advice for...
by Cindy Murdoch 7 years ago
Where do i find these arrows indicating that traffic is rising or falling?
by Dan Harmon 5 years ago
Looks like the QAP is indeed going after older hubs, just as Paul said. Let me put this in perspective a little though - in 3 years I have seen a hub get a 100 score maybe 3 or 4 times. And never for more than a day or so.Now - happy day! - I have 3 of them! Three hubs, all...
by Marsha Musselman 5 years ago
I just noticed a blue arrow next to a hub I published this week. It's in the list of my hubs under my account page. What does it mean? It isn't the hub with the most views, unless it's a hub with the most views in the shortest amount of time, I do not know.
by Mark Johann 5 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 kirstenblog 9 years ago
So yesterday I spent a little time trying to backlink a few articles on blogs and xomba type sites. I am not sure that the xomba sites are what is working tho. What I did with the blogs is find some related blogs to the topic of my article and read em, then tried to write a nice quality comment for...
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