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How can I determine what time of day I receive the most clicks

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Trying to determine what time of day I get the most clicks on my ads. How do I see this or is there a report showing the time of day with the most or least amount of clicks 

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Re: How can I determine what time of day I receive the most clicks

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Hi PD,

Welcome to the AdWords forumSmiley Happy

Yes you can see the reports on hourly basis. AdWords does not offer the each click report with exact time. It only gives you report on hourly basis..Based on this you can day parting to optimize your campaign..

Go to Segment tab>Time>select Hour of the day.

It will show you the report on hourly basis..

you can also find the same report in Dimension tab. But under the Dimension tab you will not fo.d data on hourly basis.

please follow the below article for more info:-

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2454008?hl=en

--Rakesh Kumar, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile
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Sir you can check out it "Dimensions" section.

Re: How can I determine what time of day I receive the most clicks

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Thanks Raju for correcting me

 

Yes we can see the hourly report on Dimension tab:-

 

Here is the prcocess:- Go To the Dimension Tab>View:-Hour of Day

 

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--Rakesh Kumar, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile
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