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Ecom Question: Sales drop off in the afternoons
RVSam



 
Msg#: 4639297 posted 3:02 pm on Jan 22, 2014 (gmt 0)


I am in Canada with hosting in the US. 99% of sales come from the US. My time zone is EST so there are still 2 more time zones to get across the country.
My Question.
I seldom get any orders after 1 PM. It is as if my site goes off line in the afternoon and evening. Of course it is not. Any ideas guys ? Thanks.

 

aakk9999

WebmasterWorld Administrator 5+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 4639297 posted 3:13 pm on Jan 22, 2014 (gmt 0)

Have you got any analytics on the site and if so, have you checked if you are getting traffic from US past 1pm and how this traffic compares with US traffic received before 1pm?

Awarn



 
Msg#: 4639297 posted 3:39 pm on Jan 22, 2014 (gmt 0)

Are there Adwords ads that start running at that time frame? Your sector might have no relevant ads and then they kick in at 1pm and take away a lot of your organic traffic. I know I had my Adwords start in that time because then you get the east coast and the west coast in the morning.

RVSam



 
Msg#: 4639297 posted 3:52 pm on Jan 22, 2014 (gmt 0)

aakk9999. I have WMT and I can see just about everything except the actual time the people visit. Will look again to see if I can find it, thanks.

Awarn. I did not look to see this, good thought though. If I had to guess I bet you're right on.

One thought, less then 50% of orders come from google, funny that everything comes to a stop.
And before someone asks, no I do not sell breakfast, lol...

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