The monthly traffic characteristic, that is at times also identified as bandwidth or information transfer, indicates the overall volume of information that can be uploaded to your hosting account and downloaded from it monthly. Your website traffic is produced generally by web site visits - each time somebody loads your web site, the web pages they see are downloaded from the web hosting server to their computer system or smartphone and they are shown by the internet browser. What counts towards the web site traffic produced is the overall size of these webpages, consequently the more site visitors you have for a period of time, the more web site traffic will be generated. In addition to the web site visits, file uploads are also counted towards the entire monthly transfer i.e. if you upload website content as well as other files through a file manager or an FTP program, they'll also produce some traffic. The counter resets on the first day of every month and it is not related to the date you've registered or the date you've renewed the web hosting plan.

Monthly Traffic in Hosting

Our Linux hosting are ideal for any type of small or medium-sized web site and even a larger number of sites. Considering that you can host different domain names using a single account, we have designed our plans in a way so as to provide you with all the attributes you will need. Whether you have a personal portfolio web site or an e-commerce site, the monthly site traffic allowance that your website may use will not be a problem. In this way, you will have the opportunity to broaden your worldwide web presence and acquire lots of new site visitors without worrying about reaching some limit. Our Hepsia hosting Control Panel will provide you with elaborate information related to the traffic usage to and from your account, that will enable you to take care of your websites and your account better. You are able to check monthly, daily and hourly results, the traffic generated by each domain and by the account as a whole, the most often downloaded files, etc.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting

The monthly web site traffic feature of our Linux semi-dedicated hosting is unrestricted, or as many companies define it, unmetered. Of course, we monitor the amount of uploaded and downloaded content for each and every account, yet we won't ever set a limit, therefore your web sites can grow and receive more site visitors. We only give you elaborate info what's going on in the account to give you an opportunity to control your web sites more effectively and to have an idea how they function. You will be able to see the traffic generated by each and every site as well as the most frequently downloaded web page or file. The stats are hourly, daily and monthly. In the constantly-developing online world, you are able to have many new site visitors with just a single marketing campaign, that's why by supplying a really unlimited package, we will guarantee that you will not lose customers due to the fact that your account can't handle the traffic.

Monthly Traffic in VPS Hosting

The monthly site traffic allowance for our Linux VPS hosting is proportionate to all of the other server’s system resources. When you aquire a more powerful server, it's more likely that you will run a popular site or even multiple sites, therefore you will have more visitors. By reason of this, the higher plan you obtain, the larger monthly website traffic quota you'll have. We'll notify you whenever you reach 90% of that amount, so that you will have the required time to take some action and either improve your plan or optimize your web sites and reduce the site traffic that they make before the counter resets the following month. When you decide to update, this can be done via the billing Control Panel and with no more than a few mouse-clicks. You'll also be able to view how much website traffic your server has already generated and what amount is left before you reach the monthly limit. This information will be can be found in the VPS management panel where you can also reboot your server and check the use of all other resources for example HDD storage, CPU load and physical memory usage.