Tracking time and kw searched

by Lukas 0 replies
Is there a way to find out which keyword brought a visitor to my site at 7 pm to 8 pm on a certain date?

so Google analytics (G/A) only gives me how many visitors are from 7 to 8 pm and not the keyword(s). I want to know how that $15 click came through based on keyword at specific time interval.

I am using channels already for A/S and see which channel it was but I cannot (don't want to) use 100 different channels to pinpoint it down for all the different pages.

Using AW stats I didn't find it either or I missed an area? Any insight would be appreciated.

Thanks
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