Mine tends to be Night-time, but considering the amount of traffic from the US I get it must be Daytime over there!
How do you know what time you get clicks? I have no idea.
How do we find out what time of day we get clicks? Is there any way to find out? Very interesting.
Evening time UK. That is probably when a) Americans and Canadian are awake. And b) When UK people are winding down by having a surf.
That is when I get the most traffic too, naturally!
Usually after 11 pm EST (that's GMT -4) and most of the clicks are from the US and really peaks around 5 am when UK is hitting mid-morning.
As I live in oz we are 8 hours ahead of us and After I go to bed they come in during the night the majority or late evening then again it just depends who wants to click click
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