Oh the horror of it all!
My stats page looks like some sort of deadly winter scene with all these little blue icicle looking pointy arrows falling everywhere! I gotta be so careful when checking my stats or one of those blue icicles might fall and impale me! Seriously guys, falling icicles can and do kill!
Everybody is too busy getting into trouble out in the real world.
Hey Kirstenblog, you must remember last new year, wasn't that the samelol It will get better over the next few days, just stay out the way of those falling icicles.
Hey Kirsten I sympathise - mine is a sea of blue down arrows too And if my traffic falls any further I'll be into minus figures!
Listen up experts - I get blue arrows all the time. If I didn't see them I'd figure my computer had broken. We're not all mega money making big bucks heroes y'know.
My New Year hub is actually doing very well today. For my standard. One bored drunk from Glasgow has apparently visited it twice. Result!!!
I'm so distraught
I'm being crushed with hundreds of icicles.
Traffic less than half of the usual.
Maybe i'll just go into hibernation.
Me too! After good views after Christmas, today's views are dismal and I too have a sea of blue arrows.
Two days ago one of my hubs really took off and that boosted my views enormously but that too has taken a dive. It was lovely while it lasted.
Don't hibernate kirstenblog - you have too much happening!
I thought after the dismal traffic leading up to Christmas traffic is slowly picking up... it seems to be crawling back to normalcy!! Cheer up Kirsten, it will pick up in a day or two!!
I know its totally normal, people all hung over and sleeping in on this first day of a whole new year. I just have not ever seen so many red arrows at once, tho last year I didn't have as many hubs to experience traffic drops in the first place
It is encouraging to see that little lone red up arrow struggling against the tide
Poor little guy is a trooper
by Person of Interest 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 Lisa René LeClair 4 years ago
All of my articles have the "traffic falling" arrow - At what point do you let it go?I've gone in to edit/change many times; adding new information, etc., but now they're all falling, and I can't get up. Thoughts? Feelings?
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 Cindy Murdoch 7 years ago
Where do i find these arrows indicating that traffic is rising or falling?
by Frank P. Crane 6 years ago
I thought I understood the little blue and red triangles. But not so sure.Of my 36 hubs I currently have four with the nasty blue triangles alerting me that traffic is falling. Three of these show some activity today. But the other 32 hubs have no triangles at all. So what's that...
by Mark Ewbie 5 years ago
We can't keep on dropping for ever surely?Therefore there should come a time when perhap one lucky HP writer gets a red arrow.Post and feel the envy of your fellow sufferers. I mean writers.
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