Google Analytics Data Drops Off On Monday, February 9th

Feb 12, 2015 - 8:59 am 65 by
Filed Under Web Analytics

Google Analytics LogoThere are dozens of complaints in the Google Analytics Help Forums, I just linked to a few, of webmasters reporting their data for February 9th, Monday, is completely missing from the reports.

Here is a screen shot from one webmaster with the missing data, but it looks the same for all those impacted:

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So if you saw your traffic die on February 9th and then come back to life, you are in the same boat as probably hundreds, if not thousands of webmasters.

In fact, I checked my Google Analytics data this morning and only have 94 sessions reported on Monday, February 9th. So I am in the same boat as you as well.

I am waiting for a comment from a Google representative on the matter, they assured me they are looking into it.

Forum discussion at Google Analytics Help Forums.

Update: Google sent me this statement on February 13th:

"We're sorry for our unusually bad case of the Mondays. We've fixed the issue and no data was lost. Analytics users should start seeing any missed information by the end of the day."


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