What do web hosting providers mean by stating ?monthly traffic??
The monthly traffic feature, that’s at times also called bandwidth or data transfer, indicates the full volume of information that can be uploaded to your web hosting account and downloaded from it each month. The traffic is produced generally by site visits - each time somebody visits your site, the web pages they view are downloaded from your hosting server to their computer or smartphone and they're shown by the browser. What counts for the web site traffic produced is the size of these web pages, hence the more visitors you have for some period of time, the more web site traffic will be produced. In addition to the site visits, file uploads are also counted towards the entire monthly transfer i.e. any time you upload site content as well as other files by using a file manager or an FTP program, they will also generate some traffic. The counter resets on day one of every month and it's not related to the date you have signed up and the date you've renewed your web hosting plan.
Monthly Traffic in Web Hosting
The monthly website traffic allowance for all our web hosting
packages is sufficient for any type of web site. If you have a personal blog, a discussion board or an e-commerce portal, how much info can be transferred to and from your account or getting to some modest quota restriction will never be a reason for your web sites to be inaccessible. Furthermore, we provide detailed traffic data, so that you will have the option to monitor the amount of info is being downloaded at all times. The monthly, daily and hourly results will inform you on how the websites do, what kind of files produce the most site traffic plus a lot more advantageous info to help you handle the web sites plus the account altogether. The statistics can be viewed with just a couple of clicks from your Hepsia website hosting Control Panel.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Considering that our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages
are rather powerful, we have decided not to put any kind of restriction for the monthly web site traffic that a given account can generate. We believe that if you purchase a hosting plan that features a great deal of computing power, your web sites will presumptively have numerous visitors and since each visitor produces a part of the website traffic, one can end up with inaccessible web sites in case there is some restriction for this feature. With truly unlimited site traffic, you can be sure this won't happen. For your convenience, you will be able to monitor the information being downloaded in addition to the web site traffic that is generated for each domain with hourly, daily and monthly statistics that will inform you on how popular your sites are. You will be able to even view unique pages and files that have generated most of the site traffic in your semi-dedicated account.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Hosting
The monthly website traffic allowance that comes with our dedicated server
packages is sufficient for any type of web site whatever its type. Your web apps can make terabytes of website traffic, which ensures that all your site visitors will never see any error message on your website as a result of insufficient quota the way it may happen with various forms of website hosting. In addition, we leave the option to upgrade your traffic amount open, however it is highly unlikely that you'll ever need it even if you want to operate a file sharing website or a video streaming portal. The server management Control Panel gives you accurate real-time info what amount of data has been transmitted for the month so far, and what amount of it is left until you reach the cap. We will also contact you any time you get to 90% of the allowance so as to be on the safe side and prevent any downtime of your websites. The info in our panel includes the total traffic, plus software downloads, therefore it is more accurate than the one in your current website hosting Control Panel where you will be able to see details only about the visitors developed by world wide web content.