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Bounce Rate data are updated every 24 + Hours in Adwords ?

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Hi Everyone,

 

It now 01:20 at the morning now and i am trying to see the bounce rate stats for "yesterday" and its 0% still.

 

I will check early at the morning again but is anyone here that have noticed when they are available after the end of each day?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

George Gemenetzis
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Community Manager

Thanks for reaching out.

I've passed along your information to one of our specialists so they can take a look at your account and provide more specific information. They'll be reaching out via email.

Re: Bounce Rate data are updated every 24 + Hours in Adwords ?

Community Manager
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Community Manager
Hi George,

It usually takes 24 hours for Analytics data like bounce rate to populate in the AdWords account. This can be even longer if you're working with a really high-traffic website.

Hope that helps!

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Cocop ,

Good morning from greece.

The account I was looking at has 7000 unik visits per month. That's about 250/day. Is this account a high-traffic from your experience.

Thank you for your replies and your attention to my post.
George Gemenetzis
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Hello,

 

I would like to share my personal experience in this issue :

 

I followed the bounce data after your message and it has 2 days delay in my particular case with a low traffic site.

 

I think a high traffic is defined by the analytics team like this :

 

http://www.google.com/analytics/premium/features.html

 

Hits processed per month

10 Million 1 Billion

 

The table also says 

 

Data Freshness

24+ Hours

 

The + can mean anything since it is a free tool, there is no contractual guarantee.