At Delacon we use a simple formula to determine how many numbers are required.

This formula is: divide the number of visitors each hour by 60 minutes and then multiply by the time spent on the site.

For example, if you have 240 visitors to your site each hour, and each visitor stays on the site for less than a minute, then our call tracking solution would require four numbers (240 divided by 60 multiplied by 1).

If each visitor was staying for an average of two-and-a-half minutes, you would need 10 numbers (240 divided by 60 multiplied by 2.5).

## Launch the Rolling Numbers Calculator

Once you have the required numbers courtesy of the Rolling Number Calculator call Delacon to arrange the implementation of Call Tracking on

Rolling Number Calculator
Number of Users
Enter your average number of users:
per
Enter your maximum number of users:
per
Amount of Time on Site
Enter the average amount of time the user stays on the site in minutes:
minutes
Enter the maximum amount of time the user stays on the site in minutes:
minutes
Span of Time

Enter the number of hours that most users browse your site.

For example:

If most users arrive between 7am and 7pm, then the number of hours is 12 hours.
If most users browse your site during the day and all night, then the number of hours is 24.

hours
(24 hrs maximum) Rolling Number Calculator
Number of Users
Enter your average number of users:
per
Enter your maximum number of users:
per
Amount of Time on Site
Enter the average amount of time the user stays on the site in minutes:
minutes
Enter the maximum amount of time the user stays on the site in minutes:
minutes
Span of Time

Enter the number of hours that most users browse your site.

For example:

If most users arrive between 7am and 7pm, then the number of hours is 12 hours.
If most users browse your site during the day and all night, then the number of hours is 24.

hours
(24 hrs maximum) 