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 - if the trend is that the page is still getting better, surely just leaving the same triangle on would suffice. I'd love it if a page goes viral, but it could then end up with an endless string of triangles. Am I reading this correvtly?
I think so... I however have only seen one blue or one red on each hub but I guess there would be more for better traffic and more for really dropping traffic
The most you get are two red triangles
The blue triangles depressed me when I started. All of a sudden blue triangles everywhere. I thought I was doomed.
However, by constantly revisiting my own pages I have managed to keep them at bay.
Red ones? Didn't know you could get red ones. I expect they're even worse.
Red is good! Red means raising traffic. Blue bad, blue dropping traffic. Two arrows mean a lot of raising or dropping traffic.
What about the symbol Hubpages gives you on more controversial hubs. I can't copy it, but it looks like a clenched hand with the middle finger raised?
Huh? Your kidding right?
I haven't seen that one....
I have never seen that one either! Maybe it is special to you
HP's little way of letting you know how they really feel
I do know there is a malicious links symbol, a broken links symbol as well as needs revision coloration to let you know you have a naughty boy
it is quite a complex set of codes, yes - glad to see my pages doing well though - tells me i'm doing something right - cheers folks. AC
by Melanie Palen 9 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 Mark Johann 4 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 Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
For a good number of weeks my hubber score has hovered around the 100 mark. Two days ago it started falling, and as I write this, it is down to 89! If this keeps up, it will be 0 in a week! No rhyme or reason to it, but it leaves me wondering why this is happening. I know...
by Andrew Spacey 6 years ago
Are the red and blue triangles that show up for traffic rate accurate? If there are blue ones are these pointers towards immediate hub revamp? If red, immediate pinging perhaps to get the hub out there as quickly as possible?
by Missy 5 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 featured?Im just unsure what it means?thanks
by Disillusioned 8 years ago
I felt if the "trafic rising" triangle adjacent to our articles shown in "my account" page can be changed to Green color (upward looking) and the "traffic dropping" can be changed to red color (downward triangle). Felt it would be more logical.CVR
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