This is a US-based web site that gets the majority of it's traffic from the US. It's now Christmas Eve in the US. People are not surfing the Internet, and they are going to stay off the Internet in a much reduced capacity through New Years.
Exactly and there is a big storm currently going across the country and it is a whooper. Some people will not or still do not have electric, which most computers run on. We may not have electric in the coming days if we get all the freezing rain they are calling for in this area.
Maybe I am hearing what you are asking, I will try:
1. Let's say at 3 pm you have 100 views for the day. 2. Then at 4 pm you have 95 views for the day. The 24 hour period is from the 3pm day 1 to 3pm day 2. AND 24 hour period from the 4pm day 1 to 4 pm day 2. After each 24 hour period, the numbers "slide" over to the 7 day column. This can cause confusion. But it happens this way. It is not set up for a day view like a work day hours. It is a cycle. Hope this helps.
Don't panic. The numbers rise and fall. Don't focus too much on the stats, it'll drive you crazy. Like they've said above, it's the holiday season. Also, bear in mind what Ryan has said -- the traffic is based on 24 hours not per hour.
Michael Willis, thank you for your input, but i am still confused.
I've always got HP open on my mobile phone to keep an eye on traffic updates, so i could see it reducing slowly. It still is reducing, but the 7 day and ever sections are rising, which is not a problem.
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