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Latency in Data Reporting

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I have a site that has almost 17,000 session per day and 2,50,000 session per month. I don't get the data reported on the same day.

 I read "" which says, 24-48 hours latency should be expected if the site has more than 200,000 hits per day. Since, my site has only 17,000 hits per day shouldn't that data be available on the same day?


But, for a similar site with less than 1000 hits per month which has different tracking code, i get the data in 10-20 minutes. Guide me if you have any solutions to get the data reported on the same day.



Thanks in Advance,



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June 2016

Re: Latency in Data Reporting

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A session can have up to 500 hits. A hit is anytime data is sent to GA; this includes pageviews, events, ecommerce, enhanced ecommerce, etc,. etc. It's also collective on the property so if you are tracking more than one site and have them broken out by views, all sites will contribute to the total.

Hope that helps!


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