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I am using free version of GoogleTagManager and GoogleAnalytics for getting analytics my website. The free version of Google Analytics allows for up to 10 million hits per month, per property as per TOS.

We can check under settings section in GoogleAnalytics account as to what is the hit count in last day, last 7 days, and last month.

But, since that requires manual intervention that someone has to login to check; Is there a way to get to know what my current limit is for the month? So that if I am closer to breaching the limit we can disable GTM tracing.

Is it different for GTM?

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It is fine to use Google Analytics even if your site gets more than 10 million hits per month. From Google Analytics Collection Limits and Quotas | Google Developers

If you go over this limit, the Google Analytics team might contact you and ask you upgrade to Analytics 360 or implement client sampling to reduce the amount of data being sent to Google Analytics.

One of my sites gets more than 10 million hits per month and uses Google Analytics. Google has never asked me to upgrade, but they do sample data in my reports.

Google has more information about what sampling actually means. It doesn't usually affect the default reports very much. The only time I notice it is if I apply advanced segments to look at a very small slice of traffic. Then I will notice erratic data.

There is no need to monitor the number of hits closely. Google will let you know if the number of hits is problematic for them. In any case, they won't automatically start charging you for the upgrade.

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