Know it is not a big deal but whos bright idea was it to make the red arrow symbolize rising traffic and blue arrow to symbolize falling traffic. Seems like the red is generally considered bad and should be down and blue up. Also should change blue to green and make green up and red down seems to make a lot more sense.
Another silly thing is when the red arrows are there I see hub scores falling, they are steadily rising when there is nothing... I am confused!
The color doesn't matter, I just like to see my hubs going up.
And why do unpublished Hubs in progress have a higher score than some published ones?
As a famous redhead once said... "please explain?!?!?"
by paradigmsearch 8 years ago
Oh, well…Anyone else?Edit: I probaly put this in the wrong forum.Am serious. Anyone else a blue arrow day today?
by Cynthia 6 years ago
Anyone else have lots of downward pointing blue arrows for your hubs on the account page?My hits have drastically taken a dive this past weekend.
by Holle Abee 5 years ago
I'll bet I have the most blue arrows of any hubber!Of 1,064 hubs, I have 174 blue arrows and just 20 red arrows. C'mon', play along and have some fun! (What? You don't think this is FUN??)
by CASE1WORKER 7 years ago
Logged on this morning, stats are up and the blue arrows are gone, lots of little red arrowsLet's just see how this pans out, good stuff always floats to the top, and HP are on the case.
by aniketgore 9 years ago
I am getting 14 down blue arrows for my 33 hubs. What about you?
by Dan Harmon 6 years ago
I don't get it. Every day, every single day, I have a virtual sea of blue arrows on my hubs. Right now, I show 22 blue arrows and 2 red ones. Almost all on the bottom hubs - those hubs getting 5 or less views per day.This has been going on for months now - every day nearly 20% of...
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