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    Can google analytics track visits by hour?
    I can only find the visits by date.

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    That is the actual report for GA, no more than that.

    Cheers!

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    Check under:

    Visitors, then click visits.

    Right above the line graph to the right are three buttons. The first one shows visits by time of day (Hour).
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    great. thank you!

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    My pleasure. That's how we roll here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    That's how we roll here
    ^^^^
    Quote of the year nominee!!!
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    Just to add, Google Analytics is not real-time or even close.

    If you are running Adwords also the cost data often does not pull into the account until the close of the day.

    But you can look at metrics like traffic per day or hour.

    You can also look at conversions at different times if you have goals enabled. Sometimes nighttime conversions are real bad. Drunk people I think

    If that is the case you might want to consider "dayparting" or pausing your ads at certain times of the day.
    Last edited by andbeyond; August 5th, 2010 at 12:48 PM.

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    Very true, Andbeyond.
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    Completely agree with beyond...if you use Adwords, Day Parting is extremely useful, look under "Traffic Sources" and select "Adwords" then select "Day Parts". Usually between 2am to 10 am are slower sales hours...

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