In my status it is showing that Traffic rising and the sentences are red in color. I don't know what it is. Pls let me know. Thank you.
"Traffic rising" is good. It means that more people are reading your hubs. It usually shows as a red triangle in your account page beside the hub that has rising traffic. But I've never seen it in sentences in red colour. Could be a new thing. I've never seen it. I even look at my hubs with these lovely red triangles. No red sentences saying my traffic is rising. hmmm
In the usual mode a red triangular mark will indicate it as "traffic rising". But there would not be any sentence in red colour.
Keep promoting a Hub with the "Traffic Rising" triangles as these could become top earners. Take steps to get them ranked on search engines and make them trend. Post links on your Twitter and Facebook pages for example, authorize comments and conversation and take other promotional steps as needed.
And of course, congratulations, you never know when a Hub with the TR triangles is going to strike gold. My hub on the greatest wrestling tag teams of all time had a traffic rising triangle in the past and it now has nearly 30,000 hits so it worked wonders for me!
If the hub name is listed in black with a red highlight around it, it's been unpublished and means that it doesn't match up with current site editorial changes. The views may be from staff moderating it.
I see that you had two hubs recently unpublished. This means that there have been issues with the hubs. You need to visit the hubs and read the warnings on them.
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 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 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 Sweetsimple16 6 years ago
Why does some of my hubs have a red triangle saying the traffic rising is this good or bad?
by nataliemarie71 8 years ago
Can someone please explain hub traffic statistics to me?I do not understand the different page views and the different triangles. I keep getting blue triangles next to 2 of my hubs and nothing on the other 2. On the one with a blue triangle it says my views are 92.
by Billy Haynes 5 years ago
Hub stats has not one, but 2 red triangles, what does this mean?Alright I know the blue triangle/arrow means traffic is dropping, and the red ones mean traffic has increased, but what does two red ? mean? Also, what is the time frame used to determine if traffic has increased or decreased?
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