The monthly traffic characteristic, that’s sometimes also referred to as bandwidth or info transfer, indicates the full volume of info which can be uploaded to your shared hosting account and downloaded from it monthly. The traffic is produced predominantly by web site visits - each time somebody finds your website, the web pages they view are downloaded from the web hosting server to his or her computer system or mobile device and they are displayed by the web browser. What counts towards the site traffic produced is the size of these web pages, thus the more website visitors you have for a period of time, the more traffic will be produced. Along with the website visits, file uploads are also counted towards the total monthly transfer i.e. any time you upload web site content or some other files using a file manager or an FTP application, they'll also generate some site traffic. The counter resets on day one of each and every month and it's not related to the date you've signed up or the date you've renewed the web hosting plan.
Monthly Traffic in Shared Hosting
We've selected all the characteristics of our shared hosting plansin such a way, in order to help with the progress of any kind of web site hosted on our leading-edge cloud system. The site traffic that your account can generate is not an exception, as a result with a web hosting plan through our company, you will not need to worry about the volume of content being transferred to and from your account at any moment. You can host a number of small and medium-sized websites and be sure that the monthly traffic allowance will not be a problem for their progress. In addition, we provide you with detailed hourly, daily and monthly statistics which will give you additional details for the website traffic that a given site generates or what type of page/file is being downloaded the most and produces most of the traffic. This info can help you organize the management of your web sites along with your marketing techniques better.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Since our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages are very efficient, we have made the decision not to set any type of restriction for the monthly website traffic that an account can produce. We believe that if you purchase a web hosting package that features a lot of processing power, your sites will most probably have lots of visitors and since each visitor produces certain website traffic, you could end up having unavailable sites in case there was some restriction for this characteristic. With truly unrestricted website traffic, you will be sure this will never happen. For your benefit, you'll be able to keep track of the information being downloaded as well as the site traffic that is generated for every single domain with monthly, daily and hourly stats that will give you an idea how popular your websites are. You can even view particular web pages and files that have made most of the site traffic in the semi-dedicated account.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers Hosting
The Linux dedicated servers hosting packages that we provide come with enormous site traffic allowances which are sufficient for any type of web site, even a video streaming portal or a popular online community. Terabytes of traffic will be available to you every month and the control panel that is included with each and every dedicated server will give you information what amount of data has been transferred already and what amount is available for the current month. In order to avoid service interruptions, we will notify you when you reach 90% of the quota and you're able to either decrease the site traffic generated by your web sites by optimizing their data, or you will be able to increase the quota for your account. It is very unlikely that you'll ever need such an enhancement, still we decided to leave this option open. The stats in that panel contain the full traffic, compared to the statistics from your hosting Control Panel where you can see just the traffic from web sites, but not from server-side software downloads & updates.