Can somebody tell me why do I get a Red arrow for two clicks and Blue arrow for seven or more, then there's no arrow for 22 clicks a day. What's up with that?
Red Arrows means that the traffic has risen above your average daily visits. The Blue Arrows means that traffic has fallen below your daily average visits.
If there is no arrows at all, then you're at your average.
Clicks have nothing to do with it at all.
Always nice to see you and you're welcome. However, just in case you don't understand...
If you have a hub that gets 10 visits as an average each day, then you get 15 visits for a couple of days, you'll see a Red Arrow on your statistics page. If you averaged 10, but get 20 or 30, then you might see TWO Red Arrows, to show the traffic has increase dramatically.
And, the reverse is also true for the Blue Arrows.
If the traffic on the hub doesn't change, but stays steady, then you will not see any arrows whatsoever.
its the days when you get double red clicks for 2 that really get you
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 Dan Harmon 7 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...
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...
by Person of Interest 4 years ago
I have 26. 1:15 PM HPT, 5/11/2014.
by Demas W Jasper 7 years ago
The blue (falling) and red (rising) arrows which show on My Statistics pages seem to be overly sensitive. What does it take to cause such changes?
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.
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